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Capturing video from camera

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Nov 24, 2019

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It seems to me it is impossible to capture video from a Sony HDV camera into Premiere Rush. Is that correct?

I used to have Adobe Elements 11, but it doesn't work anymore (crashes on capture pause), so I installed Rush. Is the only alternative in Adobe world to buy Premiere Pro?

 

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Heidi

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Correct answer by Steve Grisetti | Adobe Community Professional

Adobe's current video editors do not support capture from tape-based camcorders.

The easiest solution (assuming your computer has a FireWire connection) is to capture your video using a free program like WinDV (standard resolution) or HDVSplit for HDV high-def. Video captured by either of these programs over a FireWire connection will edit easily in Rush.

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Capturing video from camera

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It seems to me it is impossible to capture video from a Sony HDV camera into Premiere Rush. Is that correct?

I used to have Adobe Elements 11, but it doesn't work anymore (crashes on capture pause), so I installed Rush. Is the only alternative in Adobe world to buy Premiere Pro?

 

Best regards,

Heidi

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Steve Grisetti | Adobe Community Professional

Adobe's current video editors do not support capture from tape-based camcorders.

The easiest solution (assuming your computer has a FireWire connection) is to capture your video using a free program like WinDV (standard resolution) or HDVSplit for HDV high-def. Video captured by either of these programs over a FireWire connection will edit easily in Rush.

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Adobe's current video editors do not support capture from tape-based camcorders.

The easiest solution (assuming your computer has a FireWire connection) is to capture your video using a free program like WinDV (standard resolution) or HDVSplit for HDV high-def. Video captured by either of these programs over a FireWire connection will edit easily in Rush.

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Thanks a lot! I will try that.

 

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Hi! 

 

It worked fine. Now I can capture using HDVSplit, add the clip(s) in Adobe Premiere Rush and edit them there.

Thank you very much.

 

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Heidi

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