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Data xfer rate: camera to disk using Pinnacle

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Under XP-SP2, we used Pinnacle Studio Plus 9.4 and 10.6 to transfer video from a DV camera to the pc through a Pinnacle Studio Movieboard Plus PCI card. Camera connected to pc through the 1394 plug. The transfer works fine although quite slow as is usually the case with all Pinnacle software versions.

However, if we choose a USB hard disk as destination for the transfer, we’re kicked out (or the test just hangs) because apparently the transfer data rate is insufficient. Again, everything works fine when an IDE disk is used.

Is there any way to get the software to adjust to a particular data rate so that the USB disk can be used (Western Digital 500 GB) ?
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