I have a microcassette tape with some video on it that I'd like to digitize, but the camera I have that can play microcassette tapes is so old its drivers come on a floppy disk, which I can't read with any of my computers.
However, I can use a firewire cable to transfer the video, but none of my computers have a firewire port, so I bought a firewire-to-usb cable.
I've tried using
dvgrab to capture the tape, however both
VideoDub suffer from the problem that Windows has no drivers for the camera, and
dvgrab can't find the camera in Arch Linux, probably for the same reason.
Is there a way of using the equipment I have to read the video, or will I have to purchase a floppy disk reader to get the drivers?