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#1 yuan ding

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Posted 13 April 2011 - 06:54 PM

hey everyone:
i am new to here. and with a question that took me whole day still unsolved.
here is it.
i transfer data from mini dv tape through FCP to my hard drive using a deck. i have 2 tapes shot on 24p, another 15 on 60i.
when i put 24p tape into the deck, it runs but not showing capture, then i switch to 60i tape, it runs on at the deck, but not capture.
could anybody help me with it?
i had done ever thing i could. and i tried go through Avid also, but according what i have, Avid doesn't work neither.
Please give me a hand ~~~

thank you ~~~~
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#2 Adrian Sierkowski

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Posted 13 April 2011 - 10:00 PM

Was the 24P clip from a Canon camera, in 24f mode? If so, I don't know of a deck which can read that format, you'd need to capture off of the camera. We'd need more information on the recoding camer and the deck you're using to really help.
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#3 yuan ding

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Posted 14 April 2011 - 12:24 AM

the 24p is shot on panasonic/sony, i can't remember quite clear, in 24p mode
and i tried 2 different decks they are both sony
do you need more detail, like model?
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