Thx Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - You need a firewire card. would that be hardware for my PC plus a IEEE cable to connect the camcorder to my PC? try going to control panel/device manager/ieee1394 ..select your 1394 card, update driver and choose browse computer for software. Unfortunately, I just hooked up the camera and the MacBook Pro (and iMovie '11) does not recognize the camera.
Turn on camcorder, make sure it's working 4. When I try to open the file i recieve the following message: … First PC Build 5 replies Hello Daniweb Community, I thinking about upgrading from my laptop to a desktop Here is the step-by-step guide to convert Sony HDR-SR10 videos to Flash on Mac. thanks. click resources
Apple may provide or recommend responses as a possible solution based on the information provided; every potential issue may involve several factors not detailed in the conversations captured in an electronic Make sure the digital camcorder is set up to output a signal through the i.LINK (aka Apple® FireWire® port) prior to being connected to the computer. You have'nt mentioned a user manual, why not do a search for ,say, http://www.nodevice.com/user_manual/canon/camcorders/elura_60.html and read the pages about connecting to a computer. As far as i know, my Camcorder is "plug&play" no need to activate DV out, can at least not find anything about it in the manual.
Keep it clean. No spam. My new camcorder is a Panasonic PV-GS300. Windows 10 Firewire Driver Since this new 2013 MacBook Pro only has a Thunderbolt port, I bought the Apple Thunderbolt to FireWire Adapter and then a FireWire 800 9-Pin to 4-Pin Cable (Brand Rocketfish from
Here's What to Do: Truckload of Free Video Editing Software Ten Ways for Churches to Use Video Right Now Tilt Shift Video: The Dirty Details Recording Great Audio with your Smartphone My Computer Doesnt Recognize My Camcorder Forum Video Camcorders (DV/HDV/AVCHD) Mini DV not detected (New to Firewire) + Reply to Thread Results 1 to 21 of 21 Mini DV not detected (New to Firewire) Thread Tools Show Under System Tools select "Device Manager", the "Computer Management" window will open. 3. https://www.avforums.com/threads/firewire-does-it-wreck-a-camcorder.476761/ For these transfers in the past, I used a cable that had a 4-Pin i.Link/1394 fitting on one side (that went into my Sony camcorder) and a 6-Pin FireWire fitting on
Now the end that goes into the camcorder looks like firewire to me. Sony Ilink Cable Yes, I do have the camcorder set to the correct setting to transfer video to PC. Old used DV camcorders cost very little on eBay. Step 2.
Name (required) Mail (will not be published) (required) Website (optional) The dvshow.com is Gravatar-enabled. https://www.daniweb.com/hardware-and-software/hardware/threads/52471/pc-won-t-recognize-camcorder-connection-via-firewire-help-please I have the Sony MiniDV DCR-TRV19 (which also has ilink) running XP with USB 2.0.can anyone verify this so that I can drop $10 on a firewire PCi card and be Windows 7 Firewire Driver Inspect the camcorder firewire connector in strong light and see if anything is broken. Computer Not Recognizing Firewire Camcorder All Rights Reserved.
I installed the software and drivers that came with the new camcorder. I took the camcorder to a friend's house, and tried connecting the camcorder to their PC. Member Login Username Password Remember me Forgot Password? Type of Lens Since most TVs are high definition, it is recommended that you get an HD camcorder that can still shoot in standard definition. 1394 Ohci Compliant Host Controller (legacy) Windows 7 Driver Download
I'm using Windows 7, I found out that the onboard firewire ieee 1394 port does not work with Windows 7, I bought a VIA PCI card and installed it. I'm not sure if this will work for everyone but it worked for me. Your camera will not appear as a drive in My Computer. I suspected that the camcorder was limited to USB 1.0 and that was why I was getting a choppy video capture.
Finally some Canon DV cameras have a mechanical switch for "tape" or SD "card" mode - make sure yours is in tape mode or the tape deck side will appear dead. Canon Camera Not Recognized By Windows 10 Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. Also go unto the camcorder manufactures web side and see if you camcorder is listed for computers and software.
Thank you in advance for your time! Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. TonyC Top Login or register to post comments June 26, 2013 - 02:55 #19 dn1000 Offline Joined: Jun 22 2013 Re: I can not get Computer to recognize my camcorder via 1394 Ohci Compliant Host Controller (legacy) Windows 10 The device drivers that allow i.LINK connectivity should be provided with the video capture software.
No FireWire connections, only USB and Thunderbolt. Use the other camcorder. Since canon does not offer any Firelink accessories, and that my PC does not have firelink capabiliteis either...what do I need to buy to be able to download video to my Every time you run ur USB connection it will eat up valuable processor cycles, making for decreased performance, and if ur unlucky, dropped frames.
Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: USB 2.0 vs, Firewire for Camcorder to PC transfers? The alternative of trying another camcorder in your machine is probably best avoided if the problem is 'hot swapping'. If you cannot see the FireWire controller (probably listed under "IEEE1394 Bus host controllers") in the list, then it is not properly installed. Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: USB 2.0 vs, Firewire for Camcorder to PC transfers?
Hi there..I have a question. For outdoor shooting, look for a viewfinder that is easy to use even when it is sunny. But the quality of the picture was never satisfactory. This is not as simple or as casual as plugging in a USB device.
Some PC cases had a socket but that doesn't mean the motherboard has the connector or that it's hooked up internally. You also cannot run most high bandwidth USB2 devices (hard drives & camcorders) through a hub because of substantial lag (your performance will suffer). Yes, I do have the camcorder set to the correct setting to transfer video to PC. Others get recognized by windoze when they connected while in STOP mode; others are not seen unless they are deliberately plugged in while camcorder is playing a tape.
For the nth time, with the possible exception of certain Intel processors, I don't have/ever owned anything whose name starts with "i". Camcorders forum About This ForumCNET's Forum on camcorders is the best source for finding help, troubleshooting, or buying advice from a community of experts. After hours of mind-numbing aggravation and dozens of different experiments, I stared in disbelief as your steps worked for me. the connector on the camera motherboard is only lightly soldiered on and they break off easily and the 27e was about as cheap as they made them. -- "a lot of
Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and usb-peripherals This article has been dead for over six months. She offered to do a buy back where they would credit me a set amount towards a refurbish camera. use the one that works.I take no sides that either is better.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - My Win XP Pro has both, and they both work without
Last edited by zerowalker; 13th Jul 2014 at 16:19. However, before making a purchase, be sure to also consider lens and zoom capabilities, storage size, stability features, and ease of use. http://www.manchestervideo.com Top Login or register to post comments June 23, 2013 - 22:56 #18 Tony Carter Offline Joined: Oct 15 2000 Re: I can not get Computer to recognize my camcorder