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This will only work with a dvd player, PS3, XBOX 360, and other gaming consoles
You need: - 3 AV Splitters (2 Female 1 Male sides cord) - 1 Double sided Video and Audio Cables (Red, white, yellow cables)
Connect your consoles Video and Audio cables to the female sides of the splitters, next attach the Video and audio cables you bought to the splitters as well. Now plug in the video/audio cables you bought into your TV. If you did this everything properly this should work.
This is the latest hardware device that can used for Studio 14.
Check the list.
DVC-130 (There are no 64-bit drivers for this product.)
DVC-170 (There are no 64-bit drivers for this product.)
700-PCI (a.k.a. Pinnacle Studio Deluxe 2)
500-PCI (a.k.a. Pinnacle AV/DV)
Any 1394 cards.
Are you using vista 32 or 64 bit system? If Vista 64 bit there is no driver for your device and the only available is 32 bit only. Aside from that you can check also the video cable you were trying to used. If firewire under import/capture tab of Studio 14 you need to select the name of your camcorder or dv camcorder. Check that out and try.
What exactly do you mean doesnt recognize? Is windows not detecting the camera, or is it just pinnacle?
1: Check your camera, some have options that need to be enabled to be able to be detected by a pc, like a "PC mode".
2: Check your firewire cable. Try replacing it with another one.
3: Is your firewire connecting to your mainboard directly or do you have a seperate firewire card? If its a seperate card, try checking its connection to the mainboard.
Go into menu and look for AV/DV out, and turn on. this should be under menu under camera or video settings. I assume your output from your camera has not been established. I have to establish mine with my camcorder. hope this helps.
I have tried several versions of Pinnacle products over the years, and have had serious problems with ALL of them. Constant crashes, re-boots, glitches, dropped frames, etc. Sound lagging behind the picture is one of many problems, and can be avoided only be capturing short clips and editing them together. A real pain. i finally gave up on Pinnacle and bought Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum. It has a longer learing curve than Pinnacle, but in the long run it has more features and is very stable. Sony Vegas also works with Vista. Pinnacle 10 does NOT, depsite what Pinnacle and the salespeople tell you.