I have a DV Camera (Panasonic PV_GS31) and a firewire, on windows I use MS Movie maker to read the contents of the DV to my Disk, and then Acrobat encore to compress on a DVD
I have a Sony DV Camera and fire wire and on Windows I use the Movie maker and Nero to make DVD
I need to do the same on Fedora, I have now FC6 and trying to upgrade on 7, there is a builtin firewire there,
I'm trying on a Fedora 7 whit KINO but with
BAD result .
On fedora 7 to activate the fire wire I must , as root in a shell use this command :
then connect the camera
run kino as root
and then start the capture , but praying because crash is normal.
In the better cases KINO crash and I can't rerun it (only afther
In the tremendous case my machine go frozen and when I can ( not always) open a text shell (CTRL+ALT+F2) and login as root I receive message that say jornaling is disabled for an error and I can't reboot or power off (only hardware reset
) because the shell became frozen too .
In past I had tried also on a fedora core 6 with less problem but Kino go in crash too.
So the question for the GEEK is :
In Fedora 7 is possible put in work (stable) fire wire ?
I must recompile the kernel or there is a specific kernel for fire wire ?
I have tryed the ELIVE distro (a live distro) and KINO work fine so why not on Fedora .
But which distro I can use in order to make video assembly?
Thanks to all