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Hello, I have a working broadcaster and receiver swf app that works fine using a USB logitech web camera. HOWEVER, I need to use a DV camera instead for a higher res image. *I have my sony DCR-PC1 connected to the pc with firewire. *The video DOES show in the windows explorer when I click on the DV cam device. *The selection for the DV camera DOES appear in the settings panel in broadcaster.swf * It CAN be selected but the video will NOT show, when I switch it from the USB cam Please Help with your knowlege Regards...

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    Default Using DV Camera not USB

    Hello,
    I have a working broadcaster and receiver swf app that works fine using a USB
    logitech web camera.
    HOWEVER, I need to use a DV camera instead for a higher res image.
    *I have my sony DCR-PC1 connected to the pc with firewire.
    *The video DOES show in the windows explorer when I click on the DV cam device.
    *The selection for the DV camera DOES appear in the settings panel in
    broadcaster.swf
    * It CAN be selected but the video will NOT show, when I switch it from the
    USB cam

    Please Help with your knowlege
    Regards



    NORIHIRO01 Guest

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    Default Re: Using DV Camera not USB

    I have the same problem. There seem to be some issues with windows xp service
    pack 2 but i also tried it with win xp service pack 1, windows 2000 and fedora
    core 3. And on all systems the usb camera works just fine but the firewire
    connected camera (jvc) did not. The firewire cams works great with other
    applications besides flash (at this moment).

    Hope there is someone out there who can assist.



    SanderWS Guest

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    Default Re: Using DV Camera not USB

    I would also like to see this resolved as I am looking for a D.V cam for Live Remotes via FlashCom.
    vrtmedia Guest

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    Default Re: Using DV Camera not USB

    Ok , Here is What I did To Make My Sony Dv Cam Work with Service Pack 2....
    1 Before You Install Service pack 2, Copy from
    Windows\system_32\Drivers\Ks.sys and Stream.sys and Msdv.sys
    Save to Tempory Directory
    2 Install Service Pack 2
    3 Turn Off System File Protection
    4 Copy The Files You save to tempory Directory to Windows/System_32\Drivers
    Overwriting the Service Pack 2 Ones
    5 Turn Back On System File Protection
    This Worked For Me .....
    Tom Posted By: tryniski | Posts: 10 | Joined: 08/11/2004

    tryniski Guest

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    Also Macromedia Is Aware of this problem... They Decided to not fix it until
    the new Flash Player 8.0 is released .. This information was from Macromedia
    To me during a phone Conversation... I Have asked to become a beta Test site
    for the new Flash 8.0 player witch should be released late summer and will be
    sure to check for they problem !!!
    Tom

    tryniski Guest

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