I've recently had a tricaster set up for work and I've hooked it up so I can capture the streams into Premiere Pro CS5..
However it only allows me to capture effectively for about a minute...after that a message comes up saying Video Data Rate too high...and the vision is jerky and the audio is mashed up...kind of like it been sped up.
I've made sure the output of the tricaster matches the sequence in Premiere..but it only can capture for the first minute or so before it mucks up.
Anyone have any ideas? Any help would be appreciated.
Need a bit more info. Are you connecting the video output of the TriCaster into Premier? Or are you taking captured files from the TriCaster to Premier?
It sounds like you are taking video output from TriCaster and trying to capture in Premier. If that is the case, it appears that your system can't keep up with the video input. Perhaps your storage is too slow? Is this SD or HD that you are trying to capture?