- First try another FireWire cable.
- When using your TV card is the green bar an addition to the video or obscuring a part of it?
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We have tried 2 firewire cables, each plugging into a "Dynex FireWire 800 ExpressCard Adapter" and both do not work. They just worked for me for the same process a few weeks ago.
It could be the cable, the card adapter, or the camera's dv output...we'd like to avoid purchasing any new equipment (we will be ordering a different firewire cable, but until that comes, we can't do anything).
At first, I thought the green bar was just showing up in the capture video, so I captured it as-is anyway...but yes, the video file that Premiere creates from that capture has the green bar as part of the file. I tried to add the crop effect to the video, but the image is still distorted (squished down) with the bar.
each plugging into a "Dynex FireWire 800 ExpressCard Adapter"
Does that adapter also have an IEEE-1394a (FireWire400) connector on it? PrE will not be able to Captrue over IEEE-1394b.
If so, does that connector work with another IEEE-1394a device?
Can you Capture through your Hauppauge card via Windows Movie Maker, on some other such software?
Yes, we have been using DV to 1394a, because that is the cord we have (don't have anything that plugs from the camera into the 1394b port).
I will try & see if it works with another software, depending on what we have...
Thank you, I will try selecting the Legacy driver too.