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Topic # 56809 24-Jan-2010 20:34
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I recently bought an EasyCAP USB 2.0 video capture adapter, wanting to record some old VHS tapes to digital. The adapter came with Ulead Video Editor 8 SE editing software. I installed the drivers, connected the adapter to my VCR, and to my USB port on my PC. I installed the software, and started to capture a tape. However, I got no video on the preview window, and when I played it back, all I got was the audio from the tape. There's not much in the way of help documentation that comes with this product. Anyone who ahs an idea of what I might be missing or needing, help!!!

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  Reply # 292756 24-Jan-2010 21:59
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Try using AMcap to see if you get any preview of the incoming video and audio.

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  Reply # 292766 24-Jan-2010 22:23
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Check what device you are capturing from. one of the USB devices I tried made 2 devices, one worked, the other did nothing. It was a 4 input one for CCTV however so this one may be different.

also check that it is on the right input if there is a choise between several.


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