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By your suggestion I found that "Texas Instruments OHCI Compliant IEEE1394 Host controller" is only appeared when RTX-100 Card patched in system. Answer questions, earn points and help others Answer questions Manuals & User Guides PDF Manual . You should also check their integrity regularly. Why do my flash shots have a blue cast?

Here are some of my favorites: My own Pekka Saarinen's Galleries at Studio-on-the.net Floren Oropilla's Galleries Digital Photo Contest Thomas Shieh's Galleries Joel Seguin's galleries How do I make my own It's worth a thousand words. Step by step: 0)Connect the camera to the firewire port 01)Open iMovie 10)click the import tab 11)Click import/play and watch your disk space meter turn from green to red. The really stupid thing is it works fine with Roxio EMC 6, 7 and 8 but now not 9! https://forums.techguy.org/threads/win-xp-doesnt-see-my-sony-dcr-pc100.302108/

I tested it however with the sony supplied software - movieshaker - on the hardware and this uses the 1394 port on the matrox card perfectly. Check their ratings at pricegrabber. Note that the 35mm equivalent focal length of a lens is simply a way of relating field of view of a lens attached to a new camera, to the field of How much resolution is enough? (When should I stop caring if they add more resolution to new models?) Why does my camera rattle when I shake it?

Top May 27, 2002 - 17:55 #87 c_jae Offline Joined: May 13 2002 Well, it turns out my problem is a bad firewire port on my camera (Sony TRV30). That it can be done on a different platform is, well, totally irrelevant. But, end result was same (No communication was established) Is there any option that I can send you the picture of my Device Manager Window? It would be wonderful if the same Firewire interface could be used to stream real time video to your PC for cool machine vision applications or for direct capturing of video

They all just worked out of the box. What's the relationship between focal length, subject distance, aperture, image size, and depth of field (DOF)? Check out the new SourceForge HTML5 internet speed test! × 1416813 story Real Time Video Stream over Firewire? 63 Posted by Cliff on Wednesday March 24, 2004 @03:46AM from the high-quality-webcams this website Close this window and log in.

Thanks, Mike Top May 2, 2002 - 01:58 #69 bcrabtree Offline Joined: Mar 7 1999 Mike, Thanks VERY much for that. Instead of producing a bright, clear image on the other side, it produces a blurry, disc shaped image. (Click here for a more detailed description of the physics behind this.) Diffraction Yes, I've reported the problems to the Linux IEEE1394 project; the problems remain even two years later. The most widely cited place appears to be photodo, which is sadly out of date.

Please contact the application's support team for more information." Any idea what this means?I sure hope somone can help me. page Yes I know PC's can do similar things, but having worked with digital video for around 8 years now, I have to say that the Mac kicks the arse of everything I have three PCs with Firewire (all running Linux -- Fedora Core). Generic Card with a Ti chip, OHCI compliant and listed in device manager with Microsoft driver installed.

http://www.datavision.co.uk/support.shtml It seems that this file is required for most JVC models, Canon MV200, and any other model that is recognised as an NTSC device, and was original supplied with Win98, Mick Mick

Top May 9, 2002 - 14:57 #77 Sparkey Offline Joined: May 9 2002 Cam - Panasonic DS27B (J serial no) Format - PAL XP ver - Pro (clean install) TIA Bob C quote:Originally posted by chrisabruce: Well, IT WORKS!!! sortof off topic but if you haven't tried media player classic, I recommend doing a google on it.

One person's Powerbook 1Ghz is exactly the same as anothers meaning that the software authors have less disparate hardware to worry about. Win XP Pro (with directx 8.1) and the same hardware still does not work! Before iSight... (Score:1) by ghopson ( 110540 ) writes: I used a Canon firewire-enabled camera as my video hook into iChatAV. A breeze and a joy to work with.

No need for 100 solutions that don't do shit, when the free one that came with the box is better than 99% of what you find on the PC -- and Some other programs: Paint Shop Pro (free trial available) Qimage Pro (free trial available) Picture Window (free trial) irfanview (free!) There is also a large variety of programs and plug-ins that I think the solution is to get Microsoft to look into it, however I have had no luck yet.

He's a PC user.

Obviously, this won't work. John Price http://www.johnpr98.com johnpr98 If you have any Forum Suggestions please post them here http://www.dvforums.com/forums/forum-suggestions Top December 21, 2001 - 20:50 #20 bluesman Offline Joined: Oct 19 2000 Panasonic NVDS150 so that might be usefull to under-stand my sytem configuration Zia Back to top Artvisions.tvJoined: 17 Nov 2002Posts: 872 Posted: Thu May 29, 2003 7:54 pm Post subject: DV 1394 (i-LINK) Tried to use one of the above cams in Windows Messenger but no chance - took the coward's way out and bought a webcam!

The Olympus E-10 and E-20 achieve a similar effect with a combination of prisms. Your experiences may differ, your mileage may vary, etc. i'd really appreciate some help. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Pinterest Share by Email × Question about Sony Handycam DCR-PC100 Mini DV Digital Camcorder 1 Answer Using Windows 7 virtual

I also noticed that "Texas Instruments OHCI Compliant IEEE1394 Host controller" was being installing during RTX-100's hardware installation One Idea that came in mind is "Unknown Device,61883 device Class" error can Are you using XP? (better for firewire) I know how frustrating it can get, I've been there. DOF increases with distance to the subject. Refuse to actually sell you the camera at the advertised price unless you buy many overpriced accessories.

I got the impression that Sony was not going to do > anything and Microsoft was not going to do anything to fix the > problem. > > Microsoft says it's If powered up when XP is running, they are not recognised in "My computer" - analogue device is not recognised at all but able to capture in Prem6.01. Probably, but depending upon your camera's support for standard external flashes, it may require some persistence and some workarounds: Using a Vivitar ringflash (as slave) with a Sony DSC-F707 (More coming; With the lens you currently have, you can reduce CA by stopping down.

This depends upon a number of factors including the focal length, the steadiness of your hands, and vibrations caused by the mechanical parts of your camera, e.g., mirror slap in SLRs. SLRs typically use phase detection autofocus. A very large number of them (but not all) can be downloaded from Henry's. Contrast detection will hunt around until it finds the point that maximizes contrast.

The problems people are experiencing here tends to be with older camcorders, not new. It seems to do everything just like it did under Win 98 ... Top March 21, 2002 - 13:02 #55 Alan Roberts at work Offline Joined: May 6 1999 Does Windows Movie Maker work with your setup?