You say you didn't have this problem with CS4, but CS4 didn't offer scene detect with HDV. CS5 is the first that can do it.
JVC GY-HD device?
Yes, gy hd 201e
I was able because I use Matrox card, and with RT.X2 card it worked, but with CS5 the Matrox card doesn't do the capture any more but left it to Adobe Native format...
I was able because I use Matrox card
Got it. As a point of interest, you should always mention third party hardware and software in the original post. It really helps.
The interesting part is that under the same Windows7, with the same legacy drivers, same camcorder, the DV material is captured with perfect scene detection, but HDV isn't... So, I think, there's not a Windows problem, but Adobe's... Could anybody of Adobe's stuff find a way to test capturing from a JVC gy hd.... camcorder, because, as I see, I'm not the only one having this kind of problem and exactly with JVC equipment... please...
I tried to write there, but I saw that the last presence was in October, so I felt crying in a desert... nobody hears and nobody's responding...
There seems to be a problem with the JVC GY-HD devices not working correctly in Premiere when they're in HDV 24p mode.
I have not yet found a reason or a solution for this, but I'm still looking. I have noticed that Windows often does not recognize those devices when I plug them in.
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I'm going to bring up something I said earlier in the original thread; there are lots of posts on other fora from people with these JVC GY- devices who are also complaining about not being able to use them in HDV mode -- with any software at all, not just Premiere. Windows 7 does not seem to recognize the device while it is in HDV mode -- which is of course completely separate from the DV mode. It seems to be the case with Vista 64 as well. Mac is apparently unaffected by whatever is happening.
I have heard of issues with drivers, and with blown firewire circuits due to the bus power carried by the 6-pin cable. I have read various workarounds which seem to work for some people, like powering the device and switching it to HDV VTR mode before booting Windows (this stemming from a behavior of the device itself -- it defaults to Camera mode when powered up, and it is necessary to switch to VTR every time). The common theme is not Premiere (nor any other app, as far as I can tell), but the communication between the device itself and the computer.
Until I find a way around that, I have no way to troubleshoot the Premiere end of it, which I would like to do very much.
You should know that I am here at work on a Sunday night -- while I am also on vacation -- because I want some resolution here.
You should know that I am here at work on a Sunday night -- while I am also on vacation --
That doesn't surprise me at all.
while I am also on vacation
I wonder how long THAT will last, with all that new snow in the high-country...
Good luck in your quest. We WILL "watch this space."
Thanks a lot, at least now I understand
where the problem is, or seems to be, and I
don't have to do milions of tests which at the end leave me frustrated, and angry... Again, thanks for your time... By the way, should the JVC guys be responsable to find a solution to this problem?...
By the way, should the JVC guys be responsable to find a solution to this problem?...
That I cannot answer -- I don't know. I cannot find any drivers for these devices on the JVC site (maybe I'm just missing it), and the only place online seems to be a third-party site which I don't know is legit or not. Maybe they haven't yet made a driver that supports the 64bit-ness of the Win7 and Vista 64 systems, or maybe the driver is on a CD which comes with the cameras.
I will keep looking.
The only strange aspect that I don't uderstand
is that I can capture HDV video,
that means that the camcorder
is recognized by the OS but it doesn't do
the cuts(csene detection)
I was seeing the same behavior when I started looking at this, back in October or whenever it was, but eventually the cameras weren't being recognized at all as HDV devices. Different machines, clean systems, different builds of Premiere, assorted GY devices...
It occurs to me that there might also be a situation where the camera is recognized by Windows as some sort of HDV device, but not specifically as a JVC. That would give some control, but not fully.
It could also be, of course, that Premiere is having the issues, maybe with the current driver versions.
The problem is that I don't know where to dig. By caracter, I can spend hours, days, etc.. digging in, trying to resolve problems, and if I succeed, it's my best reward, but now I don't know where to look for an answer...
One detail, why under HDV different settings of Adobe there is no HDV 50p... which is exactly the format of JVC JY camcorder.
By the way, I tried swithching into VTR mode and start the operating system - does not work... and I also tried to capture with in/out points and after a few seconds (once at 13, the other aot 28) it pauses, with no evident reason, there is no cut, or anything else...