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IEEE 1394 I've just purchased a PCIMCA firewire card for my laptop to use for capturing DV from my panasonic DV cam. XP recognises the card, then recognises the cam when I plug it in and according to device manager is "working properly". When I then try to capture in one of 4 video editing programs I've tried, I capture one frame and the programme freezes. Have tried the windows movie, video dub, + others. Any ideas? Thanks

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Have you checked your graphis memory size? sound like the computer is not enough mem. Also check your graphisc settings

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