Re: JVC GR-DVL9200 + Premiere 6.0: problems exporting to tape

Re: JVC GR-DVL9200 + Premiere 6.0: problems exporting to tape


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Posted by Glam man on January 28, 2002 at 13:49:24:

In Reply to: JVC GR-DVL9200 + Premiere 6.0: problems exporting to tape posted by Paulo Roberto Falcao on November 14, 2001 at 06:30:02:

With the release of Adobe Premiere 6.0, Adobe has focused on making digital video editing as simple as possible. All you need is an IEEE-1394 card, a DV camera and a fast enough hard drive with enough space to store your footage, and you are on your way to creating rich media content for the Internet. Well, almost….

In the current release of Adobe Premiere 6.0 for Windows, the software will only work with IEEE-1394 cards that support the Microsoft DV Class driver. I spent a great deal of the last weekend trying to find an IEEE-1394 that used the Microsoft driver. Guess what? Ninety percent of the third-party IEEE-1394 cards use the native Texas Instruments driver, thus making the card unrecognizable in Premiere. There is a workaround that MAY work in your system. This is the solution that worked for me, and MAY also work for many of you who have been asking how to solve the problem on the Adobe forum.

Note: If you use Sony's iLink, there is a patch available on the Adobe site that will let you switch between the Sony driver and Microsoft. Of course, if you are on a Mac, you should have no troubles with Apple FireWire. Also note that I have had no problems capturing audio/video with analog capture cards like the Osprey 500 from Viewcast.com.

For Windows 2000 and Win98
It might be helpful to uninstall Adobe Premiere first so when you reload, it recognizes the IEEE-1394 card.

Under the Device Manager, find your IEEE-1394 card. On Win98, it might show up under Sounds/Video/Game Controllers. On Windows 2000, it showed up on my systems as Texas Instruments IEEE-1394 Controller located on the root.
Delete the card and drivers. If you see DV Camera under Sounds/Video Game Controller, delete it as well. Windows should tell you it is uninstalling the card and the drivers.
To be sure that the drivers are gone, do a search and delete the following files from your system
DVCam.inf
DVCam.sys
DVCam.pnf
This will definitely remove the offending TI drivers from your system.
The computer will need to be rebooted. Instead of doing a restart, shut the computer down completely.
Connect your DV Camera to the IEEE-1394 card and turn it on in VCR mode.
Restart your computer
After booting, Windows should find new hardware and try to install it. For me the first thing it found was an OHCI Compliant IEEE-1394 card (the Microsoft drivers). The second thing it found was the Texas Instruments IEEE-1394 card. Curses!
Go ahead and let it reinstall the TI drivers at this time even though it seems it defeats the purpose of the previous uninstall. What has happened here is Windows has installed the Microsoft drivers before the Texas Instruments drivers.
If you have Windows 2000 and your IEEE-1394 card shows up on the root level, open it, right click on the driver and open the properties window. For Win98, look for the driver in the Sounds/Video/Game Controller directory.
Update the Driver. Windows should then do a search of your computer and say the current driver works, but it has found others which may also work for this device.
Go ahead and choose to install another driver. You should see the OHCI Compliant driver in the list. Install this one instead. This is the driver we need.
You will need to reboot your system, but when it comes back up, you will see an OHCI Compliant IEEE-1394 card in the place of the Texas Instruments one.
Reinstall Adobe Premiere 6.0 (if you uninstalled it) and you should be good to go.
Like I said, this is the method that worked for me, and hopefully will work for you too. If you are using Pinnacle Systems' line of capture cards, you should contact Pinnacle directly if you are having problems. There is a patch available for the DC1000/2000 line, but it still may not resolve problems.




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