Cannot import video using 1394A Firewire Card with Windows 10 PRO OS

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Feb 08, 2022 Feb 08, 2022

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I have Adobe Premier Elements 2021 version. I am trying to download video from my Sony TRV14 Camcorder uisng the Cameras iLink DV output connection to the 1394A port on my LinksTek card in my PCIe slot in my Asus Z170A Motherboard. Device Manager sees bothe the added 1394A card, and, the Sony TRV17 Camera. I have bothe Legacy driver and the card Driver installed, and neither one works to allow me to input video to Adobe. NO eror messages either. Windows 10 and Adobe are not speaking to each other. Others on Utube have stated that the 1394A card does work with their video software, so why doesn't Adobe Premier Elements work? I have tried TWO different IEEE 1394A cards, a three Firewire cables, every Driver listed for windows 10 IEEE card and still no video capture. Frustration is too mild a word for how I feel right now, is there ANYONE out there that knows how to fix this? 

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 08, 2022 Feb 08, 2022
Elements does not support firewire anymore. Feature went out the door with version 13. Use WinDV instead. Capture footage and import into Elements 2021. A bit of lingo: you dont download but capture footage from camera to pc.

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Elements does not support firewire anymore. Feature went out the door with version 13.

Use WinDV instead. Capture footage and import into Elements 2021.

 

A bit of lingo: you dont download but capture footage from camera to pc.

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Good evening Ann, I successfully downloaded WinDV and I was happy to see that I was able to capture my first of many DV tapes to my desktop PC. The next step will be to import them to Adobe Premier Elements. I want to thank you very much for answering my call for help. It has been four weeks of frustration trying to figure out WHY some people could download to PC running Win10 with no problems while I could not using the very same camera and IEEE 1394A Controller card. God Bless you Ann!

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