coaxial cable to a IEEE 1394 port?

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  1. JustinGrimball

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    Is it possible to make a coaxial cable to a IEEE 1394 port?

    Justin
     
  2. JamesHl

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    No. Why would you need to?
     
  3. Scott Merryfield

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  4. Jeff Kleist

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    If you are looking to adapt for DV capture from TV

    Coax to VCR
    VCR to RCA cables
    RCA to something like the Dazzle Hollywood DV Bridge
    DV Bridge to firewire (1394)

    If you're looking to do HD, there's a board that can take component and turn it to 1394, runs about $1500-$2000
     
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    MacGyver could. Hahah LOL . Good one Scott...
     

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