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Firewire is better for video, because firewire is a more sophisticated interface. Firewire provides for device to device communication, DMA transfers and other performance features that USB does not. Therefore Firewire does not rely on the host computer's CPU. USB does not provide DMA transfers. All data on the USB bus must be managed by the CPU loading it ...
For the best quality and/or High Definition you want to use the fastest computer input you have that your streaming app will accept. That would normally be Firewire. Most online streaming sites will accept both USB or Firewire. Take a look at http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDxTalks/search?query=tedxsanantonio+2011. These are TEDx Talks we shot using a SONY ...
No, but if you have another computer entirely that it works on, then you know that the cable is good. This means it must be the firewire card or drivers on the PC that isn't working that is messed up. I'd first try uninstalling/reinstalling the firewire card and drivers and if that doesn't work, I'd try a new card.
HighPoint RocketStor RS5212 is a Thunderbolt Dock that will accept two hard drives or SSDs. I would not use FireWire for SSDs, unless you don't have USB 3.0 and you're on a budget. USB 3.0 is often fast enough to get the maximum out of your SSD, FireWire not.
I know one solution, but it's not cheap as webcams. Same time full hd quality is something that webcams usually doesn't deliver. Device especially interesting for live shows recording and streaming. http://zoom.co.jp/products/q2hd Webcam driver is provider by Zoom, so you still can use it as regular webcam delivering high quality video and audio to Skype ...
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