Can you capture with Scenalyzer?
I just tried Nero Vision, Windows Movie maker and Scenalyzer. They can show some video but it has large "pixels" in wrong positions.
I checked some data of the capture files and it looks like all those programs above are somehow messing with PAL and NTSC. It should be PAL but programs are showing it like NTSC / 29.xxxfps / 720x480.
Gspot shows resolution 720x576 (=PAL) but Windows explorer and VLC show 720x480.
I think I solved problem.
I had DV IN enabled in my MV1. Looks like that "feature" is doing also something else. I disabled DV IN and after that capturing started to work.
Maybe Canopus had some kind of software patch in drivers because capture was working when DV IN was enabled.
I am having a similar issue with trial ver. PPR CS4 but with a Panasonic AG DV2000.
Where did you find the MV1 setting or was that something to do with your cannon settings?
I have the trial ver. loaded on a windows 7 64 box.
I get message to reset my VTR.
No video in capture window.
I currently use the same VTR with Premiere 6 with no issue.
Any ideas ?
When I used Scenalyzer, it was complaining something like "PAL data inside NTSC frames" (I don't remember exactly). I was wondering how it is possible. Camera is PAL, I bought it from Canon dealer in PAL country. There should not be anything related to NTSC.
Then I remember that I have DV IN enabled. Enabling will be done using external device which is connected to LANC connector. I suppose this device does some patching of camera memory to enable DV IN.(At that time most of the cameras in Europe did not have DV IN because of higher taxes....)
Now I assume that it does patch also something which will activate something related to NTSC.....
Because my camera was working with Premiere 6.5 + Canopus DVraptor-RT, I assume Canopus had some fix in DVraptor drivers to make it work.