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  • TonR
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    OK,

    I will remove the ADVC from my computer, and work a few days without it!
    We will see if that solves the problem.

    I will let you know.

    For now, thank you!

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  • GrassValley_KH
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    As Brandon said.

    I'd go a step further and (if you can) physically remove the ADVC1394 board, and work without it for a few days to genuinely make sure the crashes are gone. Your next step is going to have to be that you contact technical support to take things further. (but be aware that the ADVC1394 is getting on in age, and may be out of warranty)

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  • GrassValley_BH
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    Sorry, I got you confused with another thread.

    I want you to ignore the ADVC1394 entirely for now, enable FireWire on your motherboard, and connect the camera to your motherboard's FireWire.

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  • TonR
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    OK,

    But my ADVC (1394) is a PCI connected device!

    So how can I connect it to the onboard firewire bus??

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  • GrassValley_BH
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    You said your onboard FireWire is disabled in the BIOS... Try enabling it and connect the ADVC to the onboard FireWire bus.

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  • TonR
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    BH,

    I am sorry, but I don't really understand what you mean bye

    re-enabling your motherboard's FireWire bus and try the ADVC on there

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  • GrassValley_BH
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    Originally posted by TonR View Post
    But I can't find any power connection on the board!
    I looked in the manual, and also there they don't speak about any power connection.
    Then you definitely have an ADVC1394, which you already said though. :)
    The later ACEDVio has a power connector - people often get them confused.

    You may want to try re-enabling your motherboard's FireWire bus and try the ADVC on there, just to make sure it's not something to do with the ADVC itself.

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  • TonR
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    BH,

    I did check as you said .

    [But something else comes to mind... Do you have the 4-pin power connection on the board?]

    But I can't find any power connection on the board!
    I looked in the manual, and also there they don't speak about any power connection.

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  • TonR
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    KH, BH,

    It certainly is a ADVC1394.
    My camera is connected by firewire and than analog out to monitor.

    The onboard firewire is disabled from the Bios, and when I disable the ADVC1394 under 'IEEE 1394 Bus host controllers' .

    BH, I wil check tonight if the power connector is on the board or has come loss.

    Ton

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  • GrassValley_BH
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    OP said they're getting output through their camera so I assumed it was FireWire out to camera, then analog out from camera.

    But something else comes to mind... Do you have the 4-pin power connection on the board?

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  • GrassValley_KH
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    You say you're using the board for analog output right? ADVC1394 was analog input only..

    Sure it's not an ACEDVio? In any event, I'm not sure what could be triggering a fault directly related to the board, without it being a physical problem with the board itself (since it's intermittent and only happening as you say, when the board is enabled in device manager).

    When you disable the board, are you disabling the entry under 'IEEE 1394 Bus host controllers' in Win XP's device manager? Or the one under 'Imaging Devices' ('AVC Compliant DV Tape Recorder/Player')?

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  • TonR
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    It happens random, It goes well for a hunderd times, and than bang!
    Another times it happens immedaitely after restarting Edius!

    Type of clips doesn't matter.
    On this moment I have only AVI & Stills in the BIN.

    I can created a colourbar direct on timeline, or in the BIN without any problems.

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  • GrassValley_KH
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    Does this crash happen with any type of clip you put on the timeline? Can you at least create a colourbar clip on the timeline?

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  • TonR
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    Dear KH,

    1. Yes, my MB has onboard firewire, but these are disabled.

    2. hardware settings are:
    -RTbuffers* 128MB
    -DV format* DV
    (enable realtime DV output)
    -Analog audiomonitor*channel 1/2
    -Setup level*0IRE

    DV devicesettings: Default

    Video overlay settings:
    -DirectDraw overlay
    -Field

    Ton

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  • GrassValley_KH
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    Ok. Two things to check:

    1. Do you have any onboard FireWire ports and/or devices attached to them

    2. What are the current OHCI settings for EDIUS? (Settings > Hardware Settings)

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