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Old 29-04-2007
LIZ
 
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CAPTURE DEVICE NOT DETECTED

I am using a JVC GR-D271U (digital video camera).
My video is recorded on a tape in the camcorder, and I'm trying to tranfer
it to my PC using Windows Movie Maker. I have only a USB cord, and when I try
to capture the video from the device, Windows Movie Maker says

"A video capture device was not detected. Verify that a device is turned on
and connected properly, and then try again."

I made sure both sides of the USB were plugged in and the video camera was
turned on, but I'm still not able to put the video on my PC.


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Old 02-05-2007
Newtechie
 
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Re: CAPTURE DEVICE NOT DETECTED

You need a Firewire cable. The USB cable is used mostly for transferring
pictures.

"LIZ" <LIZ@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:B97732F6-1EFD-4E6D-AD9C-2C1F7E63CD6B@microsoft.com...
>I am using a JVC GR-D271U (digital video camera).
> My video is recorded on a tape in the camcorder, and I'm trying to tranfer
> it to my PC using Windows Movie Maker. I have only a USB cord, and when I
> try
> to capture the video from the device, Windows Movie Maker says
>
> "A video capture device was not detected. Verify that a device is turned
> on
> and connected properly, and then try again."
>
> I made sure both sides of the USB were plugged in and the video camera was
> turned on, but I'm still not able to put the video on my PC.
>



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  #3  
Old 29-05-2007
photogeek
 
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Re: CAPTURE DEVICE NOT DETECTED

I am having the same problem (see my post "Captured video is grainy" 4/29/07)
and have installed an IEEE 1394 card and am using a firewire cable. I still
get the error message. Maybe someone can help both of us?

Thanks!
--
Photogeek :)


"Newtechie" wrote:

> You need a Firewire cable. The USB cable is used mostly for transferring
> pictures.
>
> "LIZ" <LIZ@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:B97732F6-1EFD-4E6D-AD9C-2C1F7E63CD6B@microsoft.com...
> >I am using a JVC GR-D271U (digital video camera).
> > My video is recorded on a tape in the camcorder, and I'm trying to tranfer
> > it to my PC using Windows Movie Maker. I have only a USB cord, and when I
> > try
> > to capture the video from the device, Windows Movie Maker says
> >
> > "A video capture device was not detected. Verify that a device is turned
> > on
> > and connected properly, and then try again."
> >
> > I made sure both sides of the USB were plugged in and the video camera was
> > turned on, but I'm still not able to put the video on my PC.
> >

>
>
>

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  #4  
Old 29-05-2007
Wojo
 
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Re: CAPTURE DEVICE NOT DETECTED

Did you check Device Manager to make sure there isn't a problem with the
card?
Did you check the manufacturers website for an updated driver?

Also you could try a different cable if you or a friend have another one to
make sure the cable isn't the problem. Even new cables can be defective from
time to time.
--
-Wojo
MVP - Digital Media
Wojo's Web:
http://www.wojos-web.co.nr/


"photogeek" <photogeek@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:A6CED7D5-1DD6-429C-9E18-B4C07D0C6523@microsoft.com...
>I am having the same problem (see my post "Captured video is grainy"
>4/29/07)
> and have installed an IEEE 1394 card and am using a firewire cable. I
> still
> get the error message. Maybe someone can help both of us?
>
> Thanks!
> --
> Photogeek :)
>
>
> "Newtechie" wrote:
>
>> You need a Firewire cable. The USB cable is used mostly for transferring
>> pictures.
>>
>> "LIZ" <LIZ@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:B97732F6-1EFD-4E6D-AD9C-2C1F7E63CD6B@microsoft.com...
>> >I am using a JVC GR-D271U (digital video camera).
>> > My video is recorded on a tape in the camcorder, and I'm trying to
>> > tranfer
>> > it to my PC using Windows Movie Maker. I have only a USB cord, and when
>> > I
>> > try
>> > to capture the video from the device, Windows Movie Maker says
>> >
>> > "A video capture device was not detected. Verify that a device is
>> > turned
>> > on
>> > and connected properly, and then try again."
>> >
>> > I made sure both sides of the USB were plugged in and the video camera
>> > was
>> > turned on, but I'm still not able to put the video on my PC.
>> >

>>
>>
>>



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  #5  
Old 29-05-2007
photogeek
 
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Re: CAPTURE DEVICE NOT DETECTED

I checked that already BUT did not know about checking the driver. I'll do
that and let you know what happens. Thanks!!!!!
--
Photogeek :)


"photogeek" wrote:

> I am having the same problem (see my post "Captured video is grainy" 4/29/07)
> and have installed an IEEE 1394 card and am using a firewire cable. I still
> get the error message. Maybe someone can help both of us?
>
> Thanks!
> --
> Photogeek :)
>
>
> "Newtechie" wrote:
>
> > You need a Firewire cable. The USB cable is used mostly for transferring
> > pictures.
> >
> > "LIZ" <LIZ@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > news:B97732F6-1EFD-4E6D-AD9C-2C1F7E63CD6B@microsoft.com...
> > >I am using a JVC GR-D271U (digital video camera).
> > > My video is recorded on a tape in the camcorder, and I'm trying to tranfer
> > > it to my PC using Windows Movie Maker. I have only a USB cord, and when I
> > > try
> > > to capture the video from the device, Windows Movie Maker says
> > >
> > > "A video capture device was not detected. Verify that a device is turned
> > > on
> > > and connected properly, and then try again."
> > >
> > > I made sure both sides of the USB were plugged in and the video camera was
> > > turned on, but I'm still not able to put the video on my PC.
> > >

> >
> >
> >

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  #6  
Old 30-05-2007
photogeek
 
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Re: CAPTURE DEVICE NOT DETECTED

I checked Panasonic.com and the driver update says it won't work with my
computer system (?) and could not complete. The manual for the dv camera
says that "...it being OHCI compliant should have no problem working with any
OHCI compliant firewire card/video-editing software package." The card I
installed and the new cable I have are firewire. It IS ok for a 4pin
connector on the camcorder side and a 6pin connector to the IEEE1394, right?

I just don't get it! Any other ideas? Thanks in advance!!!
--
Photogeek :)


"Wojo" wrote:

> Did you check Device Manager to make sure there isn't a problem with the
> card?
> Did you check the manufacturers website for an updated driver?
>
> Also you could try a different cable if you or a friend have another one to
> make sure the cable isn't the problem. Even new cables can be defective from
> time to time.
> --
> -Wojo
> MVP - Digital Media
> Wojo's Web:
> http://www.wojos-web.co.nr/
>
>
> "photogeek" <photogeek@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:A6CED7D5-1DD6-429C-9E18-B4C07D0C6523@microsoft.com...
> >I am having the same problem (see my post "Captured video is grainy"
> >4/29/07)
> > and have installed an IEEE 1394 card and am using a firewire cable. I
> > still
> > get the error message. Maybe someone can help both of us?
> >
> > Thanks!
> > --
> > Photogeek :)
> >
> >
> > "Newtechie" wrote:
> >
> >> You need a Firewire cable. The USB cable is used mostly for transferring
> >> pictures.
> >>
> >> "LIZ" <LIZ@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> news:B97732F6-1EFD-4E6D-AD9C-2C1F7E63CD6B@microsoft.com...
> >> >I am using a JVC GR-D271U (digital video camera).
> >> > My video is recorded on a tape in the camcorder, and I'm trying to
> >> > tranfer
> >> > it to my PC using Windows Movie Maker. I have only a USB cord, and when
> >> > I
> >> > try
> >> > to capture the video from the device, Windows Movie Maker says
> >> >
> >> > "A video capture device was not detected. Verify that a device is
> >> > turned
> >> > on
> >> > and connected properly, and then try again."
> >> >
> >> > I made sure both sides of the USB were plugged in and the video camera
> >> > was
> >> > turned on, but I'm still not able to put the video on my PC.
> >> >
> >>
> >>
> >>

>
>
>

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  #7  
Old 21-07-2007
Bobs
 
Posts: n/a
Re: CAPTURE DEVICE NOT DETECTED

I have the same problem with a canon HV10 on my windows XP. It runs great on
my Vista system w/same firewire cable. Canon says it should run on XP w/WMM.
Driver seems OK no new ones at HP. WMM for XP is quite different then on
Vista.

"photogeek" wrote:

> I checked that already BUT did not know about checking the driver. I'll do
> that and let you know what happens. Thanks!!!!!
> --
> Photogeek :)
>
>
> "photogeek" wrote:
>
> > I am having the same problem (see my post "Captured video is grainy" 4/29/07)
> > and have installed an IEEE 1394 card and am using a firewire cable. I still
> > get the error message. Maybe someone can help both of us?
> >
> > Thanks!
> > --
> > Photogeek :)
> >
> >
> > "Newtechie" wrote:
> >
> > > You need a Firewire cable. The USB cable is used mostly for transferring
> > > pictures.
> > >
> > > "LIZ" <LIZ@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > > news:B97732F6-1EFD-4E6D-AD9C-2C1F7E63CD6B@microsoft.com...
> > > >I am using a JVC GR-D271U (digital video camera).
> > > > My video is recorded on a tape in the camcorder, and I'm trying to tranfer
> > > > it to my PC using Windows Movie Maker. I have only a USB cord, and when I
> > > > try
> > > > to capture the video from the device, Windows Movie Maker says
> > > >
> > > > "A video capture device was not detected. Verify that a device is turned
> > > > on
> > > > and connected properly, and then try again."
> > > >
> > > > I made sure both sides of the USB were plugged in and the video camera was
> > > > turned on, but I'm still not able to put the video on my PC.
> > > >
> > >
> > >
> > >

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  #8  
Old 23-07-2007
Graham Hughes
 
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Re: CAPTURE DEVICE NOT DETECTED

MM on XP does not work with hdv camcorders

--

Graham Hughes
MVP Digital Media
www.myvideoproblems.com


"Bobs" <Bobs@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:49E6F720-A9E2-433F-8505-194319740D24@microsoft.com...
>I have the same problem with a canon HV10 on my windows XP. It runs great
>on
> my Vista system w/same firewire cable. Canon says it should run on XP
> w/WMM.
> Driver seems OK no new ones at HP. WMM for XP is quite different then on
> Vista.
>
> "photogeek" wrote:
>
>> I checked that already BUT did not know about checking the driver. I'll
>> do
>> that and let you know what happens. Thanks!!!!!
>> --
>> Photogeek :)
>>
>>
>> "photogeek" wrote:
>>
>> > I am having the same problem (see my post "Captured video is grainy"
>> > 4/29/07)
>> > and have installed an IEEE 1394 card and am using a firewire cable. I
>> > still
>> > get the error message. Maybe someone can help both of us?
>> >
>> > Thanks!
>> > --
>> > Photogeek :)
>> >
>> >
>> > "Newtechie" wrote:
>> >
>> > > You need a Firewire cable. The USB cable is used mostly for
>> > > transferring
>> > > pictures.
>> > >
>> > > "LIZ" <LIZ@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> > > news:B97732F6-1EFD-4E6D-AD9C-2C1F7E63CD6B@microsoft.com...
>> > > >I am using a JVC GR-D271U (digital video camera).
>> > > > My video is recorded on a tape in the camcorder, and I'm trying to
>> > > > tranfer
>> > > > it to my PC using Windows Movie Maker. I have only a USB cord, and
>> > > > when I
>> > > > try
>> > > > to capture the video from the device, Windows Movie Maker says
>> > > >
>> > > > "A video capture device was not detected. Verify that a device is
>> > > > turned
>> > > > on
>> > > > and connected properly, and then try again."
>> > > >
>> > > > I made sure both sides of the USB were plugged in and the video
>> > > > camera was
>> > > > turned on, but I'm still not able to put the video on my PC.
>> > > >
>> > >
>> > >
>> > >



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