Ausgabe auf Band, JVC DVL20 Camcorder

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Dirk
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Das Problem bestand schon bei der DV-Master und nun ist es wieder da... Obwohl Dazzle so argumentiert hatte, das die DV-Master ihrer Zeit vorraus war und nur ein Hardwarehandschake machte... Nun bei der DV.now AV ist es auch wieder da... Kaum möchte ich das Projekt auf Band ausgeben, schaltet sich der Camcorder nach 2-3 Sekunden einfach aus... Das passiert aber nur bei der Aufnahme an sich... Wenn er einfach nur Bildsignale bekommt, werde die auch ganz normal dargestellt...
Wenn ich den Camcorder ueber einen anderen Camcorder versorge, nimmt er ohne Probleme auf. Ich kann es mir leider nicht erklaeren und habe auch noch keine Lösung in aussicht.

Dirk
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And the same in english....
The Problem is, when i want to copy the movie back to the Camcorder, he shuts off after 2-3 seconds... When I connect the JVC Camcorder to another Camcorder, it works...
So the Problem must be between the dv.now av an the camcorder... ???

DW
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Joined: Apr 4 2002

Hello Dirk,

I would need to know if a simple capture in FAST can immediately be played back to the Firewire (DV Camcorder) or the analog output.

The FAST program is used to "play" the finished movie to either a DV camcorder or to
the Analog output. Premiere will not directly "export" to the DV-Now-AV hardware.
However, the FAST installation has set up the protocol for transferring the required files from FAST to Adobe and for creating the required files in Adobe that FAST will understand.

When a movie is passed from FAST to Premiere and back again to FAST,
FOUR or more files are passed:
The movie: file.dif
(Yes, .DIF is just a DV-AVI movie file; it can be renamed to .avi to use it in other programs).
The project file:
The beginning thumbnail bmp file: file.bmp1
The ending thumbnail bmp file: file.bmp2
Any sound track files: file.wav
They can be seen in the FAST workspace. After the FAST installation, Premiere is set to use the same workspace. To transfer the movie files from FAST, just click the Adobe icon in FAST.
Adobe will start with the proper project definition and receive the files.

Rather than export the movie in Premiere, just render the movie using the FAST DV codec.
The protocol that was established at installation time will cause Premiere to
create the four required files.
Then just open FAST to browse or drag the the movie filename to the FAST workspace.
The AV Control window is used to link the Hard Disk to the AV output.
lick on each and the window draws a green wire between the selected input and output.
Click the AV Output Settings icon to select DV output or analog output.

NOTE:
The DV data rate can exceed 50MBits/second!
Do not select both DV and Analog outputs; most computers are not fast enough to stream to the firewire port and stream video/sound to the analog decoder chip at the same time. You will risk dropping frames on playback which causes choppy video and poor lip sync.
It is OK to try to see if your computer is up to the task, then you can connect a video monitor to the analog output while you make a DV tape on a DV deck or DV camcorder...

Try to enable your DMA setting this will allow your hard drive to run a little smoother.

Enable DMA on your hard drive if available!
1. Go to Device Manager (Start Menu > Settings > Control Panel > Systems).
2. Open your drive settings (Generic IDE Disk > Settings).
3. Select the DMA check box.
4. Click Apply and O.K.
5. Restart the computer.

Also close all programs running in the background.

In the DV FAST output selector, do not run Digital and Analog output at the same time. Most computers are not fast enough to support both activities at the same time.

In other words, select DV output (for your camcorder) or Analog output (for sending video and sound to a VCR or a TV monitor).

DW