ADS Tech PYRO 1394DV Driver
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ADS Tech PYRO 1394DV Driver
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You can do your tracking and control any number of tracks without even looking at the computer monitor. Since we were using a Sony camcorder, the documentation noted that we needed to get into the IEEE drivers to select the proper setting. A small adjustment to make, but one that less-computer-literate people might run into trouble with. At first, everything went ADS Tech PYRO 1394DV.
After capturing a few clips, trimming them and moving them into VideoStudio for editing, it was time to output back to the camcorder. But then things went awry. On the next attempt to capture, the PYRO started spitting out nasty error messages.
How it was capturing correctly one moment, and then not at all the next, is still a mystery. After a futile check of the Web site for new drivers, we reinstalled the old drivers and the card worked again, for awhile.
But soon it was spitting out error messages again.