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JVC SR-DVM600 not recognized by Adobe Premiere Elements 4.0...

I've connected it via a firewire cable... it shows up on Windows XP as an AVC Compliant DV Tape Recorder/Player, but when I go to capture in Premiere, it either says the device is stopped or offline, even though the device is playing. Ideally, I want to be able to control the capture process from the computer, converting directly to digital from mini DV tapes via the JVC deck... any help would be great.... if it were my choice, we'd be using FCP on a Mac, but that's not an option...

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