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Re: Using a Canon Vixia HF21 with Blackmagic Intensity Pro

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Craig SeemanRe: Using a Canon Vixia HF21 with Blackmagic Intensity Pro
by on Jan 10, 2012 at 6:28:08 pm

[Dirk Pepperd] "From reading blogs & forum posts here, at Telestream forums I see that people are using the Vixia HV40"

You're not reading in great detail then.
Actually the only reason to use the HV40 is for Firewire fallback.
All Canon Vixia's are working. There are MANY mentions of other Vixia (and many other HDMI) cameras being used.

There's something wrong with your setup but I have no way of knowing with the information provided.
All I can do is give you formulaic response as a result.

Update Wirecast to 4.1.2
Update OS using Combo Updater (NOT software update) to 10.6.8 or 10.7.2
Update Blackmagic Intensity Pro drivers to 9.0
Check the camera in Blackmagic Media Express.
Kill ALL other programs that might use video or impact video in any way.
Reboot the computer.
Restart Wirecast.
Create a New User Admin account and delete all login items from that account and boot into that account and test.

The problem is somewhere in your system because Canon Vixia HDMI to Blackmagic Intensity Pro works in Wirecast and, in fact one can use multiple Intensity Pros and all the video sources will be recognized.



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