Sat, Jun 20 7: If it’s the same problem then you should be all set. After using movie maker, it seems to be working fine, though. Newscutter Nitris DX 9. The time now is
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The version might not be compliant with V64, there is an version that is said to be, the version works excellent, I use it myself. I can be emailed at lenearharris llrh.
Good call, this is a second-hand Canopus device, so I never considered that maybe the analog signal simply wasn’t getting through. Make sure it’s set to Analog the source.
All times are GMT Could be either a bad port or cable or both. Canipus anyone experienced this and come up with a solution? Duplicate the existing one and open the duplicate.
Cannot Import VHS Using Canopus ADVC – Avid Community
I would still try a combination of different fw cables and fw ports. Don’t worry about controlling the deck for this test. Do you know what codec is canous in the video? Are you seeing it as a device in your windows device manager To test it, I suppose that you have windows moviemaker, do a test capture to check if you have any input signals, no need to go through all the steps in Avid first.
Sat, Jun 20 1: Hello AJG I am having the same issue. Newscutter Nitris DX 9.
Double click on the left button and select channel type Firewire and port OHCI on the popup option box. Can you capture on the fly?
It should be found by going here: I’ve visat a few different tapes. Those were my exact steps. There are some other pitfalls of working with the Canopus but if you’ve checked everything else out then this will hopefully do it.
Canopus ADVC-100 – VideoHelp Capture Card
Here is what we need in the way of system specifications. Find all posts by LLRH. Sat, Jun 20 9: The ADVC has a panel on the bottom with 6 or so dipswitches.
Thank you in advance! Find all posts by BiggiT. Fri, Jun 19 My system specs are as follows: Then, click on your name, then “edit my profile”, then “profile options” and you’ll find a text field for entering specs so they show up automatically every time you post.
And Randall, yes we are in analog mode. To test it, I suppose that you have windows moviemaker, do a test capture to check if you have any input signals, no need to go through all the steps in Avid first.
Could I be missing a specific driver maybe? You can fix almost anything if you throw enough money at it. So, it would appear that the Canopus device does work with the Avid.