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    Okay, anyone know how to get camera control when capturing HDMI through the HDStorm?

  • #2
    Camera control is not possible through HDMI. The only device control I am aware of, is more along the lines of interactivity between A/V devices (TVs, players, receivers)

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    • #3
      I suspected that. Just though that connecting firewire at the same time might do the trick with camera control.

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      • #4
        Think I will wait for the spark, no camera control doesn't sound good, A lot of money for a codec when you really think about it, and just to capture through HDMI.
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        • #5
          I don't think HDMI was meant to replace FireWire...that is the companies planned to add VTR control to HDMI camcorders so you can capture with clip splitting and control a VTR.

          I know that my Bravia does support HDMI control, but don't even know what it would be used for.

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          • #6
            It must be easy to fix. The Intensity Pro (HDMI card) can capture with camera control by hooking up the firewire in tandem.

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