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Final Cut does not recognize DVM600

Via firewire interface, I cannot capture mini-dv into Final Cut.
Has JVC resolved this problem? They don't answer my emails.

Thank you.

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  • cinema Aug 22, 2008

    Yes, I have the same problem, not only with Final Cut, also with Adobe Premiere Pro CS3, using both Windows XP and Windows Vista.

    I think JVC should refund our money or fix the problem.

  • PatH56uwar6h Nov 13, 2008

    We made the mistake of buying at least thirty of these decks for our broadcasting schools. They do not work with Mac, FCP or Adobe.

    I see everybody else is having the same problem as well.

    What a big JOKE!

    I have yet to read an answer or solution from JVC.


  • Anonymous Jan 26, 2009

    I have the same problem, final cut doesnt recognize the player, who has an answer out there?

  • Anonymous Feb 17, 2009

    Same thing here.

  • tloehr Mar 02, 2009

    We have 3 such decks and now two are not recognizing the JVC SR-DVM600.  They had been working; now, all of a sudden, they are not.  The third one seems to be working fine and has done so for several months.

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This is supposedly the formula to fix the problem of getting Final Cut to communicate with the DVM600: http://usjvc.com/faq/index.php?action=artikel&cat=6&id=26&artlang=en
My friend had to do this on his machine, but now that I'm borrowing his DVM600, I can't get it to work on either of my Macs.

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