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Thread: VEGAS not seeing my camera when i try to save it to your HDV

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    Default VEGAS not seeing my camera when i try to save it to your HDV

    Appreciate any help, Im just getting to grips with Vegas and editing some HD footage, all that seems to be going fine, until i realised i will need some way showing iot a small film meet, to show it i think i may have to put it back on to the camera, and play from there.

    The problem, when i try make movie - save it to your HDV camera.
    It reports DEvice unavailable.


    The camera has connected fine and I can use the sony software to browse and pull off footage, i have connected with USB and i can see the camera and browse it from explorer.

    I am using Vegas 8.0b, Windows Vista

    any thoughts appreciated, hopefully i am doing something silly.


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    Check the camera is set to HDV in, and not DV

    I am assuming your camera allows DV-In ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crawbag View Post
    I am using Vegas 8.0b,
    No you're not. You're using Vegas Movie Studio 8.0b, Vegas Movie Studio Platinum 8.0b or Vegas Pro 8.0a

    It might make a difference?
    Tim

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    Thanks for the input guys - its Vegas Movie Studio Platimum 8.0b
    I will look at the camera to see if it has an HDV in setting, its a Sony HDR SR7e

    Cheers

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