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  • ADVC 110 and Adobe Premiere CS3

    I have bought ADVC 110 a few days ago and i have problems with
    capturing video from my miniDV (Sony DCR-HC27) camera.
    There is no problem in capturing video through analog inputs.
    I also have no problem with capturing video from my miniDV camera
    if i connect it directly to my pc
    (Intellistation Z PRO, 3,4 Xeon, 73gb SCSi 10000, WD500gb 7200,
    Nvidia Quadro FX 3400, 2gb RAM)
    I have downloaded and installed Edius Neo trial-everything is ok there.

    If i connect my camera (4pin-4pin) to ADVC 110 and try to capture video:
    When i press play in Premiere Pro CS 3 ADVC 110 goes to analog, and when
    i press stop it goes back to digital.

    I am in PAL, my DIP Switch Settings are:
    1,6-ON
    2,3,4,5-OFF

    Help
    Last edited by bojan; 04-26-2008, 07:33 PM.

  • #2
    anybody???

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    • #3
      I don't understand why you are trying to capture DV stream from your camera through the ADVC110. You said it works if you connect the camera directly to the computer. The ADVC110 will only convert analog to DV, or DV to analog. It is not meant to act as a "DV passthrough" device. Or am I misunderstanding what you are trying to do?

      Ken.

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      • #4
        You undestand what im trying to do.
        But why is it working in Edius and not in Premiere. It says on the box that its compatible with leading editing applications, and it is also a
        "DV passthrough" device. Are my DIP Switch Settings (PAL) ok ?
        Thanks

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        • #5
          DV Passthrough was only ever really endorsed when using a Sony DV camera/deck and an old Canopus editing board (EZDV, DVRaptor RT, etc).

          In any other situation, it's most advisable to plug in directly.

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          • #6
            Well ok, i will plug it directly then but its working in Edius like a charm and i
            think it can work in premiere too. I hope that my video preview will work through
            s-video out while editing.
            thanks

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            • #7
              Are my DIP Switch Settings ok? (PAL)

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              • #8
                I guess that your reason for doing it this way is because you have only one firewire port and you want to be able to capture from your DV camera and then while editing preview the video on an external monitor without unplugging and reconnecting everything? Fair enough. One suggestion which I haven't tested is to turn OFF device control in CS3 and then to switch the ADVC110 manually from input to output mode. You would also have to press play manually on the camera to start capturing. Not sure if this will work and it requires you to press an extra button or two, but it should still be faster than reconnecting!

                Ken.

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                • #9
                  "switch the ADVC110 manually from input to output mode" ???
                  My problems:
                  1. I can't get preview on a tv monitor while capturing from dv (edius)
                  2. I must unplug my camera if i want preview from timeline (edius)
                  3. Software does not recognize dv (premiere 1.5, CS3)
                  4. "You would also have to press play manually on the camera to start
                  capturing"
                  I really like my remote controls. Will scene detect in premiere work?

                  thanks

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                  • #10
                    Oh yeah and if i connect
                    my camera directly to workstation
                    and ADVC-110
                    directly to workstation
                    preview doesnt work anyway.

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                    • #11
                      Having more than one DV device connected to the same computer makes DV communication unreliable because the system can't determine which DV device to talk to or listen to. Make sure you have only one DV device connected to the system at any time.

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