Video isn't as easy as is made out and does require a bit of understanding. I would suggest it's your camcorder, you may have to change something in the menu but generally it's plug and play. Top June 23, 2013 - 09:39 #14 rogs Offline Joined: Jun 16 2006 Re: I can not get Computer to recognize my camcorder via ... My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Home built OS Win7 Pro 64 CPU 2 X5670 2.93 Westmere processors Motherboard SuperMicro X8DTI-F Memory 48GB Graphics Card Ati 6950 Monitor(s) my review here
BTW, is your external drive USB and FireWire or just USB? I took the camcorder to a friend's house, and tried connecting the camcorder to their PC. It can drop the transfer rate of data to/from the hard drive. OS on??
or software problem. CPU speed and memory aren't that important. Ideally, for transferring DV video (or video using any method really) you want 2 hard drives in a computer. After many hours of fooling with the thing, I remembered that, quite some time ago, I let one of the driver update utilities update my FireWire Drivers because it said they
Talk of "200" frame drops in 10 min. I have tried the USB option, but that is only for the card contents, not the DV tape. If you do have two controllers active it's usually not a problem provided the one intended for use with DV cameras is set to legacy mode. 1394 Ohci Compliant Host Controller (legacy) Windows 7 Driver Download My camera is a Canon Elura 60.
At this point, I am at a loss as to what the issue could be. Visit the Apple Web site at http://store.apple.com/us/product/TW748LL/A for information. 4. James Quote 19th Sep 200711:41 #5 JohnnyMalaria View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Member Join DateMay 2006 LocationUnited States Whenever I read a post about a possible Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - There is no "VDR-D150" by boya84 / July 11, 2007 11:13 PM PDT In reply to: Thanks - some answers manual at Panasonic.com
If bought from a maunfacturer, what brand and model is it? Windows 10 Firewire Driver Turn off computer and camcorder 2. JVC's site told me that my camcorder compatible with windows 7. If the issue is still not resolved, try closing and reopening the video capture software. 7.
install needed drivers and software, etc.)3) What are the specs of your system? https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-hardware/my-computer-doesnt-find-my-dv-camera-when-i-plug/82a4f17c-bd4e-e011-8dfc-68b599b31bf5 I do not have any other computer with a firewire port to try it on... My Computer Doesnt Recognize My Camcorder James Quote 20th Sep 200706:57 #7 Cornucopia View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateOct 2001 LocationDeep in the Heart of Texas Originally Posted by jbitakis Heavily fragmented?? Computer Not Recognizing Firewire Camcorder DV capture doesn't require much from the PC.
Aunsoft MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac is the recommended Mac sony camcorder software for you. this page Check the documentation that came with your camera or consult the manufacturer for information on connecting and setting up the camera for use with a computer. Yes, I do have the camcorder set to the correct setting to transfer video to PC. Also read there is an option for USB. Canon Camera Not Recognized By Windows 10
The only thing I can think of now is the SD card. James ps sorry for cross posting Quote 13th Sep 200718:55 #3 Richard_G View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateMay 2003 LocationPeterborough, England I've always done it the If your camera unexpectedly shuts off during import or export, connect the camera's AC power adapter. get redirected here If I had photos on the memory card, I had to unload them first, then delete them before the software would recognize the video using FireWire.
I installed the software and drivers that came with the new camcorder. 1394 Ohci Compliant Host Controller (legacy) Windows 10 Comments or additional questions? Start a new discussion instead.
Install the hardware from the Control Panel by selecting "Add Hardware" and let it do a hardware scan. Your answers tell me you aren't versed enough with the requirements involved in DV/MPEG capture/edit/conversion... 1st, your "PC" couldn't be defragmented--it's your HARD DRIVES that would be fragmented. It will probably be in PDF format so you can open it with pdf vista. Windv turn on camcorder 2.
The DV transfer rate is very slow anyway compared to modern hard drives, external or internal. My computer is only 1 year old and it works fine. search for flash pro epesager in google.. useful reference At this point, I am at a loss as to what the issue could be.