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lillianfidlerMon Mar-30-09 11:28 PM
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#1071, "dvgrab"


          

I'm very new to ubuntu and am attempting to use cinelerra as my editing program. I have an hdv camera and want to import my footage into cinelerra. After some searching around it seems that dvgrab 3.0 or higher is the program to do this. I just can't quite figure out how it works. I have it installed (I think it's o.k.)

I'm wondering if the program should show up under applications or is it under kino? If it's under kino, what should I be looking for? I do not see anything called dvgrab under kino and nothing under capture for capturing in HDV. Also I believe I have to do something with IE 1394? Under kino it says that the 1394 subsystem is not responding. I did a search in the synaptic software manager and installed anything to do with 1394 and also dvgrab. I'm really struggling with this and any instructions and insight would be greatly appreciated.

  

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ddennedySat Apr-11-09 05:50 AM
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#1072, "RE: dvgrab"
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It can be as easy as:

Open a terminal window.
$ sudo modprobe -a ohci1394 raw1394
$ sudo dvgrab -f hdv

But sometimes a bunch of little things can get in the way.

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