Two possibilities to try:
1. Turn off hardware MPE.
2. Try without Matrox.
I agree with Harm. Though I can't remember the details right now, I do know for a fact that there is something that prevents export to tape with MPE enabled. You also cannot export HDV content with Matrox hardware--you have to go straight from PrPro. You mentioned DV, though, so that may not be an issue for you. Turn of MPE and you should be fine...
Matrox has no bearing on this - RTX2 just passes video through. It uses Adobe settings for capture and export.
Make sure your playback settings reflect what you are trying to export. Try this:
1. External Device set to DV, etc.
2. Audio button set to "External Device Audio"
3. External Device set to your DV device, not None.
4. MPE set to software only in the Project panel.
Setting MPE hardware off it's work!! great !!!
Glad it worked for you!
I use adobe premiere cs 5.0.3 without any MATROX card and it' s impossible to EXPORT ANY DV-TAPE ( Canon GL2 and PANASONIC AGDV-2000) .The procedure listed here doesn't correct this problem.What can I do...??????????
Premiere cs5.0.3 can control on camera or VCR functions as STOP, PAUSE, REC but without film. I can't see the film on my camera/VCR
One thing to try is to hook up to your computer the DV device with firewire (using legacy device setting) prior to starting Premiere. Then open PrPro and see if it copies, ensuring that all proper settings are maintained.