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Canon XL1, firewire capture stopped working after a year. Running Sony Vegas Pro 8, WinXP Pro, HP workstation. Changed firewire card, re-installed Vegas to no avail. Also tested capture on a Mac and it didn't recognize camcorder either.

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  • 1000voices Feb 07, 2011

    I have this EXACT problem with the Canon XH A1S on Vista 64-bit, using Vegas 7.0, and mine too worked fine for a year or so, then stopped cold. I changed card

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Believe it or not, with the Canon XH A1S, the HDMI cable can EASILY fit into the camera whether placed in correctly with the straight edge at the top, or with the straight edge at the bottom. If you insert it the latter way, the camera's internal motherboard will blow when power is applied. DON'T GUESS! Always look carefully to make sure you are inserting it properly. BTW, Canon does NOT mention this anomaly either in their manual or at their website. Learn from my experience!

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