897 Views 9 Replies Latest reply: Nov 4, 2007 6:48 PM by Kjell-o
You meant print to video right?
Check the link below, different HDV camera but I think ithe thread can be of help:
check the one below too and use the search tool of the forum:
Come back if you don't find a solution,
Thanks for the response and the links. I however had already been to both of those links. I spent about 2 hrs searching in the various forums (dvinfo.net, creativecow, apple, etc) but could not for the life of me find anything that works. While I noticed the problem when I went to try to "print to video," the problem was that FCP isn't recognizing my camera at all in HDV. I can't even get log and capture to initialize it as a source. I have more video I need to capture for a project, but at this point, I can't.
hang on in your posts you say that you can't print to video and now you can't even capture?
Alright! A lot going on...
Do you have MPEG streamclip?
Use it to convert your HDV (probably m2t streems) footage into a compatible format for FCP. Your problem is occurring to many HDV (various flavours) users.
Thanks, I guess I should have been a little more specific. I noticed the recognizing problem when I went to print. I decided to try troubleshooting, making sure that the camera was still being recognized by the computer. Thats when I realized that I couldn't even capture any HDV source either. I know it's a problem with FCP. I guess I may just have to uninstall and reinstall fcs2, but it takes so long to do. Arg. So yea . . . fcp is not recognizing either of my HDV camcorders AT ALL. No printing, no capturing, nothing. Both cameras work just fine in iMovie.
What is streamclip supposed to do for me if I can't capture the video at all?