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Video capturing Hi, I've just installed a firewire to capture video and it does not work. My camera's manual says I should see a DV indicator mode on my camera's LCD screen when capturing video and this I do not see. Also, I get a memory error when trying to capture video but my computer has more than what my camera recommends for RAM. I don't know what to do. The cable seems to have been installed correctly as confirmed by Window's device manager, and when plugged into the camera, Ulead recognizes the brand of my camera. I'm stumped...Thanks for any help!

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You might need a specific driver for this camera. Do you know if you've installed a driver specific for this camera?

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