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    Drivers for a Digi Blue Movie Maker 3.0

    Hi Folks,

    I have trawled and trawled the net, other schools and a rather nice LAs software database but am drawing a total blank on this one. We have the cameras but the disks have of course been misplaced. Any ideas anybody? I have found a retailler who will "sell" a cd for 20

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    We had version 2 a while ago, the ISO was lost when the CD server died.

    However I might be able to lay my hands on a CD if it will help.

    Can't promise anything, the CD's were handed back to the department that purchased the cams so they could be anywhere now - but if it will help I will try to track one down.

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    Sadly, v2 doesnt work with the v3 camera.

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    Good luck with the search.

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    id look for 3.1 if you can find it anyway as you can redirect the files to a network share rather than locally

    if worst comes to worst i can upload it but its a large file and currently by the looks in the car

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    Does anyone else the makers had a serious case of shooting themselves in the foot when they named that product?

    "So what did you do in school today?"

    " We used 'Blue movie maker' mum!"

    "Shreik!"

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    Don't bother, honestly - use Windows Movie Maker. Kids being kids will automatically know how to use it better than you or I and it's generally far better and not susceptible to the crashes/errors/general rubbish you get with the Digital Blue creator.

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    @pyrott - I think i have a copy here... will have a look and let you know tomorrow? if thats ok?


    Ross

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    I would use movie maker but xp wont recognise it without the drivers off the mythical disk. Yes please Gonk

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    @pyrott - I've found the CD. PM me your email addy and I'll get the drivers over to you

    If anyone else wants the drivers, let me know and I'll send them over

    Ross

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    Little late, but I think if you plug it in to the usb and hold the record button down until the logo vanishes, it might recognise it as a removable media disk which you can then just copy the videos off. The new ones do anyway.

    Edit: sorry, it's the ok button: http://digiblue.com/customer-service...e/dmc3/13.html
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    Thanks Gonk, dropbox is a belting piece of kit

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    No worries. If anyone else wants the drivers, PM me your email and I'll share the dropbox with you

    Ross

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