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Re: How do i import video
Here's a few thoughts.
1. Did the Samsung come with video transfer software? Hint: Use it.
2. Some machines need motherboard drivers to make USB/Firewire cards work. Noted many times at http://www.usbman.com Your post left out details that could find if such is needed.
3. Your camera may not be supported by Windows Movie Maker or other software. YOU need to sort that out.
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I think you have to install the "Pinnacle Studio" Video Editing Software BEFORE you attach the USB Cable to the Pinnacle MovieBox. After the Studio software is installed on your PC, your PC should automatically recognize the MovieBox. You shouldn't really need a Manual for the MovieBox, it should just be a "Plug and Play" device once you install Studio. The MovieBox just translates the Analog Video signal (like the Output from a VCR- the yellow red and white cables) to a Digital signal into your PC via a USB Input. At that point on the Studio software, the "Capture" tab should recognize the signal from your "Source" (VCR, Videocamera, etc.) Then you can edit your captured video. If your PC still doesn't "see" the Moviebox, there is a dropdown box in the "Capture" settings with selections for "Capture Device". It may have a couple of choices besides "Pinnacle MovieBox" such as a "webcam" or some other video capture device. Just select the "Moviebox". The one other problem you may encounter is that some older versions of "Pinnacle Studio" don't work on Windows 10. If so, your only easy option may be to try it on an old Windows XP machine. I like the older versions of "Studio" more than the newer versions, so I still use an old off-line XP computer. Hope that works.
Imake sure the lead/s that attach to pinnacle are securely seated t could be a problem with the driver click start control panel administrive tools ,computer management ,device manager look through all of your devices if you see a yellow question mark?or exclamation mark ! or red x right click to reinstall drivers or if you can see your usb but its not working
I had a problem similar to this. I could not import from an analog camcorder. I tried the many solutions offered by Pinnacle and none of them worked. I have Windows 7, 64bit and Pinnacle 14 with a Dazzle capture device purchased December 2010. The solution for me was to reinstall Windows.
To reinstall Windows 7 ,first save all of your data files on an external hard drive. Then go to Control Panel/System & Security/Action Center/Restore Your Computer to an Earlier Version/Advanced Recovery Methods and select Reinstall Windows. After Reinstalling Windows restore all your data files and reinstall all of your applications. Then, update your application via the internet.
For next time, make a system Image under Advanced Recovery Methods and use it if the problem happens again.
hello, my name is Adam, i am going to try and solve your problem, to do this all you need to do is start recording with your dazzle through pinnacle studio, then open up amcap, here I might be a little sketchy as I do not have the best memory, but at the top I think it sais something like capture, click on that, then at the bottom it should say like options or something, then when you click on that there should be a little drop down menu with different things such as NTSC and Secam, you want to choose the one saying Secam_B, once you have done that minimize amcap and then you should be recording in colour in pinnacle studio. Although you have to do this everytime you start recording which is the down side, need any more help? send me a message on msn, my msn is [email protected]
donwload amcap on amcap click options video capture filter video image tick the boxes ext audio and usb audio then go back to video capture filter on video decoder change the video to ntsc _433 then you will have audio and black n white picture then change ntsc_433 to secam_B than load pinnacle then capture/import
Open your Studio 12 and then click on capture tab and then go ahead and click on setup capture source under video click and choose your dazzle device. Connect your yellow red and white cable to your dazzle and then end part to your HI 8 camcorder. Open your camcorder and when the video showing to your preview windows of Studio 12 then hit start capture
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.
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.