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Old 01-02-2012, 02:57 AM   #1
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Default Capture Problem with Edius 6

I recently updated to version 6 and have not been able to capture video from my Sony Z1U... I had no problems with version 5 in capturing video from this camera. In setting up the device presets in System Setting - Hardware, this is the only setting I've been able to set up that Edius recognizes under the Capture Settings. However, when I go to capture, it starts my camera but no video appears although it's acting like it's capturing. When I press stop no files are created in the folder assigned.


Here are the details for the input selection that I've selected:

Name:Z1

Input H/W:Generic HDV
Stream:Input
Stream Format:1440x1080 50i
Codec:Canopus HQ
File Format:AVI
Audio:SDI/HDMI/1394 embedded
Audio Format:48000Hz/2ch/16bit
Proxy File:No

Output H/W:Generic OHCI
Stream:Output
Stream Format:[DVCPRO HD] 1280x1080 59.94i
Audio:This item cannot be selected
Audio Format:48000Hz/8ch/16bit

PS - I tried to paste some screen grabs into this post but wasn't able to... what's the trick to attach a screen grab.

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Old 01-02-2012, 03:09 AM   #2
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to attach, scroll down when replying and look for a manage attachment button

png is the best file to attach, the forum engine won't resize or recompress png as long as they are below 480kb

can you make sure your camera is set to output "HDV" and not "Auto" or Down converted DV

also, make sure the actual camera recording is 1440x1080 50i

also, if using Win7, you may need to select the legacy firewire driver
http://www.videoproductions.com.au/h...re-driver.html
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Are you sure it's 50i source? You live in Arizona, I think you shoot 60i likely?
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Old 01-02-2012, 05:53 AM   #4
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Thanks for the help. I did change to the legacy firewire driver... and changed my preset. What the main problem was, I think, that I had the i.Link Conversion capabilities turned on in the camera... once changed the preset, turned off the i.Link Conv, Edius recognized my signal right away.
I do love this forum... thanks again
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Old 01-02-2012, 06:06 AM   #5
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That could have been one issue. The fact that you changed from 50i to 59.94i also so.
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Had to say TY also! Borrowing an HD camera to input HD from a one-time client (Still uses HD tapes) and could not get the signal thru - iLink issue! This forum is awesome :)
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