Those instructions for a much older version of Premiere (and Windows). Do this instead:
- Click Windows Start orb; type "device manager" into the Search box and select Device Manager (or launch Device Manager anyway you like)
- Swivel open the "IEEE 1394 Bus host controllers" item
- Right-click on your listed 1394 controller; select "Update Driver Software"
- Click the "Browse my computer for driver software" button, followed by the "Let me pick from a list" button
- Select the option that has "(Legacy)" at the end of the name; click Next and let the driver be installed
- Close out of dialogs and retry capture
Bullseye! That was it. Thanks for easy to follow instructions.
Thanks Colin that worked for me too. I had even called Panasonic and they did not have a solution.
Any idea why I can control the DV2000 in Premier Pro capture but not in On Location?
In On Location I have to press the buttons on the deck to start and stop the tape.