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After searching and searching for almost a year, i've finally got my hands on a Panasonic NV-VZ10!

Now I need a way to capture footage off it :bone:

Is there anything out there that'll work both on my Powermac and my Powerbook? Thanks.

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Does that camera not have firewire out? Can u give a link to the camera specs?
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IIRC iMovie will ONLY work with a FireWire capable video camera.


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It's an analog VHS-C Camcorder circa...1997. I'm not intending to use iMovie.

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Then I'm not sure what you need to do. I'm not even sure you CAN hook it up...


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see link.. that would be how you can hook it up to your powerbook..

you could also use a black magic card for the powermac.

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see link.. that would be how you can hook it up to your powerbook..

you could also use a black magic card for the powermac.
Mmm. That's exactly what I need, but unfortunantly i'm on the other side of the world (Australia) neye:

The picture from the VZ10 is amazing. Being VHS the quality isn't anywhere up to par with some of the newer cams, but it has a certain...retro aspect to it that (I think) looks absolutely awesome.

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I think you could use any of the products from elgato designed for analog input. Check out the EyeTV 250.
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