I'm sure this sounds strange but I might have a time when I need to use two firewire connections if I want to record audio and video without an external mic attached to the camera. Can I connect the fire cable from my Firebox to a firewire-usb adapter into my Macbook? Thanks.
I thought I hadn't seen any adapter like that in my near constant surfing. Even if you can still find it, it could very well be a hoax product. Even if it were not, I would seriously doubt you could ever get it to work. Any such solution would need some kind of buffering that would almost certainly add additional latency, too. I don't think I would spend any energy or money on it. If there was something workable in this area, it would be much more well known.
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No I'm not a freaking pilot!! The Air Force won't let me have a suit with a zipper...or sometimes shoestrings.
My advice and suggestions should never be considered advice or suggestions. These are mostly insane ramblings of a poor aircraft mechanic who can, strangely enough, still hear.
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