capture stops on one droped frame

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howard black
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Joined: Aug 24 1999

having tried every thing i can think of i still get capture stoping after one droped frame, my hard drive is fast enough i think
i have no irq conflicts i switch all un wanted programs off during captue ijust dont know what to do
i get on aveage of 1min to 5 mins of captue before it stops
regards to all howard

John Disdle
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Joined: Dec 28 2000

quote:Originally posted by howard black:
having tried every thing i can think of i still get capture stoping after one droped frame, my hard drive is fast enough i think
i have no irq conflicts i switch all un wanted programs off during captue ijust dont know what to do
i get on aveage of 1min to 5 mins of captue before it stops
regards to all howard

You don`t say what vers. fast forward you are using or if you use an AV drive and how fast it is. More info would help.
Have you read other postings and checked what should be turned on.

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TRON2K1
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Joined: May 17 2001

I could of sworn I saw a box you coulf check to stop capture if any frames were dropped.

Likewise you can continue capture with dropped frames. I could be wrong. Would be easier than reinstalling everything.

If your lucky maybe the site moderator will make a rare appearance and add a response to your problem.

Maybe dazzle can split his/her paycheck amoung all the kind people that answer tech problems for free. :)

(or at least attempt to answer tech problems)

jeeff
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Joined: Aug 12 2001

I have same problem, have Win 2000 Pro + Premiere 6 + 1.5 drivers + SP1

Today i will try to install new 1.6 (build 0240) drivers, hope it help.

dpalomaki
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Joined: Jan 2 2001

Assuming sufficient horsepower inthe PC and drives, dropped frame might indicate an excessive error in the IEEE1394 stream. If this is the case, try capture from the analog output of the camcorder.