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Mitch GatesReading DPS and PVD files without hardware?
by on Sep 22, 2012 at 2:05:06 pm

I have a large collection of old Velocity DPS and Perception PVD media files but no longer have the associated hardware anymore. There used to be a software codec available for download that would allow you to read these formats in windows via an AVI layer, but I can't find anything recent that would work under Windows 7. Eyeon Fusion (which I own) still lists these formats as supported types so I was wondering if there is a way to enable support for them without having a Velocity or Perception card installed.

Thanks,
Mitch



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Roberto CastellanoRe: Reading DPS and PVD files without hardware?
by on Sep 23, 2012 at 9:38:31 pm

Hello Mitch,

IVS sells DPS I/O plugins to continte to work with DPS and DVA files in Fusion (32/64bit), After Effects CS (4/5/6) and Windows Media Player also under Windows 8. Please visit http://www.ivs.it for any additional detail.

best regards
Roberto Castellano

Interactive Video Systems srl
Centro Direzionale Is.G1/C - 80143 Napoli, Italy
Phone:+39-081-7879046 | FAX: +39-081-19318005 | http://www.ivs.it
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TV Software Developers
ivsEdits Creators
Product specialist: Velocity, VelocityQ and VelocityHD.


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Radu PopoviciRe: Reading DPS and PVD files without hardware?
by on Sep 24, 2012 at 1:31:57 pm

There is a software from Leitch, included in their distribution.


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Mitch GatesRe: Reading DPS and PVD files without hardware?
by on Sep 24, 2012 at 3:39:55 pm

Roberto,

This software is $90, correct? How long does it take to receive the dongle for customers in the US? What are the limitations? Is there a refund available if it doesn't work on my system? Does it support Premiere Pro CS6?

Radu,

I've been searching the Harris support site but cannot find any drivers that mention anything later than Windows XP. Do you have a direct link by chance?

Thanks,
Mitch



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Radu PopoviciRe: Reading DPS and PVD files without hardware?
by on Sep 25, 2012 at 5:03:38 am

I'll send you a link, on e-mail. Regards


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Radu PopoviciRe: Reading DPS and PVD files without hardware?
by on Sep 25, 2012 at 4:00:25 pm

Try download the software from here. Enjoy.


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Mitch GatesRe: Reading DPS and PVD files without hardware?
by on Sep 25, 2012 at 4:01:05 pm

I don't see a link.



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Radu PopoviciRe: Reading DPS and PVD files without hardware?
by on Sep 25, 2012 at 4:03:28 pm

Sorry... http://dl.transfer.ro/DPS_Software_Player16-transfer_ro-25sep-6ab8ca.zip


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Mitch GatesRe: Reading DPS and PVD files without hardware?
by on Sep 27, 2012 at 2:41:31 pm

Radu,

I keep getting a download fail error about 20% in every time. Do you have a direct link to the file on Harris site?

Thanks,
Mitch



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Mitch GatesRe: Reading DPS and PVD files without hardware?
by on Sep 27, 2012 at 6:35:01 pm

Nevermind, got it to work on 3rd try. BTW, has anyone tried this under Windows 8? The driver looks pretty old and dates match the one I used back in XP days.

Thanks,
m



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Roberto CastellanoRe: Reading DPS and PVD files without hardware?
by on Sep 25, 2012 at 8:25:46 pm

Hi Mitch,
I think shipping is not a problem, there is a reseller in the United States, hdnle.com that could provide you with a dongle. I think the refund is possible (but you'd have to talk with Bill) but I see no reason why it should not work on your system.
The plugins are designed to support After Effects (CS6 too) and Fusion 6.x, and although Premiere Pro is not supported, if you need an NLE for dps/dva files you can ask to your reseller to get a free ivsEdits trial (up to 90 days) on that dongle. The trial has no limitations of any kind, you can use it for your business too.

Hope it helps,

Roberto


[Mitch Gates] "Roberto,

This software is $90, correct? How long does it take to receive the dongle for customers in the US? What are the limitations? Is there a refund available if it doesn't work on my system? Does it support Premiere Pro CS6?"


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Mitch GatesRe: Reading DPS and PVD files without hardware?
by on Oct 1, 2012 at 10:23:20 am

Radu,

Have you actually tried these drivers under Windows 7 64bit? They look pretty old and probably the same ones I used under XP years ago.

Thanks,
Mitch



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Radu PopoviciRe: Reading DPS and PVD files without hardware?
by on Oct 16, 2012 at 4:22:29 pm

Sorry for delay, but I was out of office. I have this drivers intalled on Win7, for preview only (in Media Player). Clips are imported in Velocity ESX for editing.


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Emile SmithRe: Reading DPS and PVD files without hardware?
by on Oct 17, 2012 at 8:29:07 pm

Robert, I have a really old system with perception video recorder in it. I haven't tried booting it in about 10 years and of course the system fails to even start up.

Do you have a product that I can just pull the drive connected to the DPS out and plug it in so I can copy off and convert the files?

The PVR itself is probably fine, but is so old I don't have a system to put it in that would work, much less the drivers for it anymore. I just want the data off of it, even if it is just copying all the TGA files as frame sequences.

If you have any ideas let me know, thanks!


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Roberto CastellanoRe: Reading DPS and PVD files without hardware?
by on Oct 19, 2012 at 12:26:24 pm

Emile,

there are not sw solutions to read PVD files without a working PVR system. It is still more difficult specially if the files are still on a P: drive.

Best Regards
Roberto

Interactive Video Systems srl
Centro Direzionale Is.G1/C - 80143 Napoli, Italy
Phone:+39-081-7879046 | FAX: +39-081-19318005 | http://www.ivs.it
--------------------------------------------
TV Software Developers
ivsEdits Creators
Product specialist: Velocity, VelocityQ and VelocityHD.


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Mike PinsoneaultRe: Reading DPS and PVD files without hardware?
by on Feb 5, 2013 at 7:57:10 pm

Radu,

I just stumbled upon this thread and could use the DPS AVI codec too. However, it appears that your link is dead. Could you repost it please?

- Mike


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jason rowellsRe: Reading DPS and PVD files without hardware?
by on Mar 15, 2013 at 5:31:34 am

I'm in the same situation and also getting 'VLC does not support the audio or video format "CFCC". Unfortunately there is no way for you to fix this.' Please help!


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Radu PopoviciRe: Reading DPS and PVD files without hardware?
by on Mar 15, 2013 at 4:25:32 pm

Try download th DPS Player from here: http://we.tl/a2y21UGgOA


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