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capture error: PAL images as NTSC

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Anonymous
December 9, 2004 9:52:13 PM

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Hi

When I capture DV video from my Canon mv20i (PAL) camcorder on Windows
XP, I get an error message, that the driver sends PAL images in NTSC.
The images are blurred. What kind of problem can this be - driver,
camera? I did not use my camera for a couple of months and all
individual settings were lost (time zone, time, ...)

Thanks,

Ostap

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Anonymous
December 9, 2004 10:58:20 PM

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What are you using as your capture software and capture device? There are
plenty to choose from and no one can answer your question without knowing
what you are using.

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"Ostap" <ostap.bender@gmx.net> wrote in message
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> Hi
>
> When I capture DV video from my Canon mv20i (PAL) camcorder on Windows
> XP, I get an error message, that the driver sends PAL images in NTSC.
> The images are blurred. What kind of problem can this be - driver,
> camera? I did not use my camera for a couple of months and all
> individual settings were lost (time zone, time, ...)
>
> Thanks,
>
> Ostap
Anonymous
December 10, 2004 12:17:18 AM

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I have a "PCI IEEE 1394 Host Adapter" (no name, running with the
standard windows xp driver). I get the blurred image with both capture
softwares I tried, Scenalyzer Live and Adobe Premiere 6.0. Scenalyzer
tells me the error message "driver sends pal images in NTSC". I got
Windows XP Home Edition. I used the same configuration a few months ago
and it worked then.


> What are you using as your capture software and capture device? There
> are plenty to choose from and no one can answer your question without
> knowing what you are using.
>
Anonymous
December 10, 2004 2:30:28 AM

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If it worked before then there is something you have added since then which
is creating this problem. Think. What have you updated that is video
related? The 1394 card driver should not have anything to do with it since
it is not really a capture device but a simple input output card. There must
have been some change in the capture driver/codec you are using.

"Ostap" <ostap.bender@gmx.net> wrote in message
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> I have a "PCI IEEE 1394 Host Adapter" (no name, running with the
> standard windows xp driver). I get the blurred image with both capture
> softwares I tried, Scenalyzer Live and Adobe Premiere 6.0. Scenalyzer
> tells me the error message "driver sends pal images in NTSC". I got
> Windows XP Home Edition. I used the same configuration a few months ago
> and it worked then.
>
>
> > What are you using as your capture software and capture device? There
> > are plenty to choose from and no one can answer your question without
> > knowing what you are using.
> >
>