- Jun 4, 2009
So I have been trying to export HD footage to my Canon HV30 camera Through IEEE 1394. This is the first time I have done so under Windows 7 and what ever I try it will not work. Windows recognizes and installs the device as "Canon HV30 DV camera" even though it is and HDV camera. I have the latest drivers for my computers IEEE 1394, the latest updates for the Adobe CS4 collection I have, the latest Windows Updates, and Canon doesn't have any drivers for the camera. I have tried uninstalling the camera driver and used the compatible "AV/C device" driver and it didn't work either. Premire Pro supports the camera and recognizes it as a Canon HDV camcorder. After clicking render and record it trascodes the video just fine and when it tries to send the video to the camera the tape shuttles around a bit then says "check HDV/DV input", or it will record and no video or audio will actually be recorded. Is it my IEEE 1394 driver that may not be compatible with Windows 7? I can import just fine so I wouldn't think that is the case. Could it be that there is not a truly compatible Windows 7 driver out for the camera yet? or could it be that Premire Pro and WIndows 7 just aren't yet updated enough to work properly together? My computer specs are on my profile. Thanks for any help.