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Can't Capture Video With Roxio Premier 9 from my Panasonic DV Camera


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I have Roxio MyDVD 9 Studio Premiere, and when I go to Capture Video, and Transfer to your PC, it recognizes the Pansonic Camera, and it shows the tape on the screen, but the buttons for Capture Now, or Capture Entire Tape are not lit up, and you can click on them, but nothing happens. You can see the tape, rewind it, forward frames, but you can't capture it. Any information anyone could offer would be appreciated. Thanks much. Robin

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I have Roxio MyDVD 9 Studio Premiere, and when I go to Capture Video, and Transfer to your PC, it recognizes the Pansonic Camera, and it shows the tape on the screen, but the buttons for Capture Now, or Capture Entire Tape are not lit up, and you can click on them, but nothing happens. You can see the tape, rewind it, forward frames, but you can't capture it. Any information anyone could offer would be appreciated. Thanks much. Robin

 

If you are using a USB port, it won't work. Which camcorder do you have?

 

You will either use the Firewire port on the camcorder, use an A/D converter like the Roxio USB device or use the software that came with the camcorder (CD Writer 2.5E?).

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If you are using a USB port, it won't work. Which camcorder do you have?

 

You will either use the Firewire port on the camcorder, use an A/D converter like the Roxio USB device or use the software that came with the camcorder (CD Writer 2.5E?).

 

 

I am using a Firewire, and have a Pansonic DVC PV-GS90P digital camera with the DV tapes. I can see the video, and do everything except capture it. I've been using Windows Movie Maker which works fine, but I thought I could get better quality with an AVI, or MPEG file. Would there be a difference in the A/D converter like the Roxio USB device? I am using a Firewire USB device now. Thanks for the answer, and do you have any more solutions? Thanks much. Robin

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I am using a Firewire, and have a Pansonic DVC PV-GS90P digital camera with the DV tapes. I can see the video, and do everything except capture it. I've been using Windows Movie Maker which works fine, but I thought I could get better quality with an AVI, or MPEG file. Would there be a difference in the A/D converter like the Roxio USB device? I am using a Firewire USB device now. Thanks for the answer, and do you have any more solutions? Thanks much. Robin

 

WMM is not a bad way to capture. I've never used it. I don't know what format it captures.

 

Firewire USB device? Two completely different things. Do you have the camcorder plugged into your Firewire port of your computer?

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