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RE: Video recording/editing
I use FRAPS to record my games from the PC and it does the job very well. It does require a lot of the CPU and GPU though, so you need a good graphics car dand good processor to record games in max settings in the case that they're already intensive hardware demanding.

For editing I use Adobe Premiere, which, I pirated it (since it's too freaking expensive) but it has to be one of the most versatile editors out there making it possible for you to do anything with your video (except heavy speciall effects, that's fo After Effects). It's really a handful.
07-12-2012 04:28 AM
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(07-11-2012 07:26 PM)Nuudoru Wrote:  I figured it might be the device. It looks really cheap.. I guess we have to go back to the first thing he bought. He has a dazzle device, but his computer won't recognize it as a "webcam" device so we couldn't try it out in any other software.Undecided Kind of sucks since that one was pretty expensive. Even worse is that we lost the package we got it in so now we don't know which model he bought.

It is more than likely a DVC150 or DVC100. If it's matte gray/silver then you more than likely have the DVC150 (and it came with Pinnacle Studio 11). If it's black then it's the DVC100 (and it came with Pinnacle Studio 15). There is a white model floating around, I believe that is the "DVD" capture device. Not sure on the number.

At http://www.pinnaclesys.com you can download updated drivers for any device they sell. Try updating the drivers and see if that makes a difference.

Also, speaking of drivers, I noticed there was a compatibility error with Windows 7 and the DVC150, it took some additional installation of drivers and stuff to get it to work. It also would not work on my Windows 7 laptop at all (it would just mess up the CD drive).
07-12-2012 06:28 AM
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I just took at look at it and it was a gray/silver one so I guess we probably have the DVC150. We're going to take a closer look to the drivers and see if there might be a driver problem.

Compatibility problem with Win7 might be hassle though.. I'll see what we can do to fix that.

Did you get DVC150 to work with Win7? What software did you use?
07-12-2012 08:07 AM
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(07-12-2012 08:07 AM)Nuudoru Wrote:  I just took at look at it and it was a gray/silver one so I guess we probably have the DVC150. We're going to take a closer look to the drivers and see if there might be a driver problem.

Compatibility problem with Win7 might be hassle though.. I'll see what we can do to fix that.

Did you get DVC150 to work with Win7? What software did you use?

I eventually got mine to work by updating the drivers. Install them as you normally would with the CD, then go here to this website and download the Windows 7 update for the DVC150:
http://cdn.pinnaclesys.com/SupportFiles/...meHW10.htm

Then plug in the Dazzle and start up the Studio program. Theoretically, it SHOULD now detect the Dazzle input on your Windows 7 computer.
07-14-2012 11:29 AM
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(07-14-2012 11:29 AM)CFMM Wrote:  
(07-12-2012 08:07 AM)Nuudoru Wrote:  I just took at look at it and it was a gray/silver one so I guess we probably have the DVC150. We're going to take a closer look to the drivers and see if there might be a driver problem.

Compatibility problem with Win7 might be hassle though.. I'll see what we can do to fix that.

Did you get DVC150 to work with Win7? What software did you use?

I eventually got mine to work by updating the drivers. Install them as you normally would with the CD, then go here to this website and download the Windows 7 update for the DVC150:
http://cdn.pinnaclesys.com/SupportFiles/...meHW10.htm

Then plug in the Dazzle and start up the Studio program. Theoretically, it SHOULD now detect the Dazzle input on your Windows 7 computer.

You're an angel. Thanks. Big Grin
07-14-2012 07:57 PM
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For editing, I personally use Sony Vegas 9 and After Effects CS4 (can't go up to 5 because I have a 32-bit system).
Should probably switch to Premiere Pro because I expect it ties into after effects nicely
07-15-2012 04:34 AM
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