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  • Canopus to Studio 21.5

    Can anyone help me with my problem? When importing a video using Canopus ADVC 300 converter the Studio 15 recognises my VCR but doing it with Studio 21.5 it won't work. Anyone who knows how to solve this problem?
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    Originally posted by Erlany View Post
    Can anyone help me with my problem? When importing a video using Canopus ADVC 300 converter the Studio 15 recognises my VCR but doing it with Studio 21.5 it won't work. Anyone who knows how to solve this problem?
    The ADVC 300 uses native windows firewire drivers. You may need to change the driver from standard to legacy or the other way around for Pinnacle Studio 21.5, or you may need a different firewire chip. (if yours is a VIA chip you may need a Ti. Ti is normally a better firewire chip)

    These may be questions better asked of Pinnacle since the same hardware is not usable in both versions, and points more toward the software than the hardware. Your hardware is a Canopus product that was discontinues a long time ago, your software is Pinnacle.
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    • #3
      Sound advice on the T.I. chipset, VIA chipsets often caused dropouts in the data stream.
      I suppose that if you can't connect at all is should be you'll need legacy drivers for you firewire device.

      If you can't get it to work with win 10 drivers you can try force win7 legacy drivers and force compatibily, just be persistent it should work
      Tony D.

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      • #4
        What is your VCR?

        What is your OS?

        As noted above Win7 and newer often need the so called "legacy" IEEE1394 (aka:Firewire and iLink) driver. It was shipped with Win7 as an option, but may need to be downloaded from MS for Win 8 and Win10.

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