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A/V DV capture goes checkers!!!

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Bust_A_Cap, 16 Jan 2005.

  1. Bust_A_Cap

    Bust_A_Cap What's a Dremel?

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    Aight well i FINALLy got my computer up and running, and now it is a sort of video editing/playing station. I'm using a Firewire IEEE 1394A card to interface between the camera and the computer. I'm using Adobe Premier to edit the videos. So first off i just took some random footage of some stuff and tried to capture it. I ran into a problem though. When i captured the video and played it back the video would have a checkerboard effect sometimes. Like certain pixels were glitching or something. Any ideas on what caused this or how i could fix it?

    Thank you!!!
     
  2. djtitan

    djtitan What's a Dremel?

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    sounds like droped frames in the feed. How fast is your system, mainly, how fast can you write to your hard-drives?
     
  3. ou7blaze

    ou7blaze sensational.

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    Sorry I have no idea about this but just a stab in the dark ...

    Signal Degradeability ?
     
  4. djtitan

    djtitan What's a Dremel?

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    I have done some checking and it seems that sometimes premiere can have some capture problems. Try using a different capture program. My personal favorite is WINDV.
     
  5. Mortus

    Mortus What's a Dremel?

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    I use pinnacle studio 9 and its pretty cool, i use adobe at work and its not that great at capturing the files :(

    :)
     

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