[Cin] Capturing DV/HDV via Firewire
Terje J. Hanssen
terjejhanssen at gmail.com
Sun Feb 19 17:47:51 CET 2023
Den 19.02.2023 17:15, skrev Terje J. Hanssen:
> Den 19.02.2023 16:54, skrev Phyllis Smith:
>> I can say with 100% certainty that here we have never tested FIREWIRE
>> but I did notice that the CV contributors did add "ifdef FIREWIRE" in
>> a few of the .C programs which conceivably means that it can be built
>> with the capability. However, I guess I do not understand why you
>> would want this option since you stated:
>> "The reason is my 10 years old FireWire based DV/HDV recorder
>> seemingly is dead."
> Sony FX7/HDV tape Playback/i.LINK -> Datavideo DN-300 DV/HDV HDD
> recorder -> FireWire/Linux WS
> Now when the M2T and DV recorder in the middle is dead, I have to
> transfer the files directly from the camcorder/player to the Linux WS.
>> Recently I successfully was able to do: "Transfer VHS/DVD Media or
>> Video8/Hi8 Tapes into CINELERRA-GG" though.
I forgot to comment the latter. In my case the DN-300 recorder above
also had a built-in ADC and ecorded the digitized Hi8 S-video as SD DV
And then DV files burned to Blu-ray data discs as backup. Thereafter
making mpeg2 Blu-ray Video discs.
Regarding digitizing the rest of 30 analog S-video tapes, I'll also will
try out (when arrived) an ADC adapter+ HDMI-USB3 capture card qualities.
>>> Does this mean that Firewire/dv capture already is supported
>>> or optional can be configured?
>>> it was not tested in ages .....
>>> guess try to install all -dev version of libraries and look at
>>> output of cingg's configure .... then connect device and try to
>>> set capture device to iec* ....
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