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  1. Thanks for the information. I'll give it a try to see if I can figure that out. Do you think this would be available in the version I have or would I need to move up to the latest for this.
  2. I currently own Roxio Creator NXT Pro version 14 trying to use VideoWave. I was wondering for something that I haven't been able to figure out how to do it in this version I was wondering if this was possible in NXT Pro 4. And if so can you tell me how to do it so if I do decide on moving up to 4, I'll know how to do it. Or if you know how to do it on my current version of NXT Pro VideoWave, I would like to know that also. What I'm trying to do is that I film a group presentation using two video cameras. One camera is focused on the presenter and the other camera is focused on the projector screen. I've basically created two separate full length videos from these two cameras. What I would like to do in creating a final video is to have the presenter full screen at the beginning of the video, then when the projector screen becomes more important, I would basically like to shrink (fly) the main video down to the corner of the full screen (and trim/crop the video display so I can get just the presenter and eliminate unneeded parts of the display.) At the same time, bring in the projector screen to full size. If I can do the resizing of the initial screen with animation it would be great but not a deal breaker if not possible. So can anyone tell me how I can do this with either of the versions of NXT? I appreciate any help possible. Mike,
  3. Ok, Attached are some screen shots following CD's comments. #1: When I started up my computer today, the Video Capture was again in a Failed status. Screen shot shows what the CM was displaying. #2: After I unplugged it and plugged it back in, it then showed back up again. Screen shot shows this. #3: Shows the settings I normally use for trying to do a video capture. At least this is what I've always used before. I did a test video capture. If I can upload it, it should show what I'm seeing. It's just a short video but at about 18-19 seconds you will see the first jitter and about 36-37 seconds is another jitter. {couldn't upload it, too big} I connect to the Video capture device directly from a DVR output using the Video and Audio jacks. I performed the repair action (with my firewall and anti virus off and device disconnected). After the repair completed I reconnected the capture device. After trying repeatedly (and different USB jacks on computer) it would not get recognized (kept reporting the failed status). I then tried running the driver RoxioVideoCaptureUSBDriver_KM00EXD0SQA program (with the device disconnected). Several attempts again and it still would not be recognized. Ran the driver RoxioVideoCaptureUSBDriver_KM00EXD0SQA again this time with it connected. Wasn't recognized after program finished but after disconnecting it and connecting it back in, this time it finally got recognized. I ran another test capture and I'm still seeing these occasional jitters in it. Mike...
  4. Here you go, thank you, Mike...
  5. Attached is my Device Manager results for USB controllers. Yesterday, after I had gotten it working but very jittery, I tried moving the USB plug to one of my USB 3.0 ports. It actually seemed to do a better but still had an occasional jitter in the video. Today after turnning on my computer, the connection is showing it failed again like I had originally found it (which is what was originally keeping it from showing up in the Video Capture selection.) I had to unplug it and plug it back in again which then it showed up correctly (this is a pain if I have to do this every time I want to use it). Attached another picture of it when it's showing connected. I also attached what the current driver details are showing for it now. And I have ran the RoxioVideoCaptureUSBDriver_KM00EXD0SQA.exe program a couple different times. Computer Specs: OS: Windows 8 Pro with Media Center Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-3570 CPU @ 3.40GHz 3.39GHz Memory: 16.0 GB System Type: 64-bit Operating System, x64-based processor Mother Board: MSI H77MA-G43 http://www.msi.com/p...ml#/?div=Detail Video: NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT Let me know if you need any additional information. I appreciate any help with this. Thank you, Mike...
  6. Actually a followup to this. I did find that I was getting a USB port error that it was connected into. I got that corrected and now it comes up but the video is still very choppy. Looks like it keeps jumping or something. Really unusable as it is. The computer I have this installed on is a brand new mother board with 16GB ram. So I don't know why it's running so much worse now than it did on my older mother board with only 4GB of ram.
  7. I don't know if I should post in this thread or start a new one but I'll start here. I'm using the Video Capture USB device (older one). I had just installed Windows 8 and did a previous test with Roxio Creator 2011 Pro. The capture was a little jumpy (flickered ever so often) but the sound was like using a tin can for speakers. So I decided to move up to Roxio Creator NXT Pro. But now the Roxio Media Import does not see my Video Capture USB device. I even tried to reinstall the driver for the device but still not found. Can anyone help me with this issue?
  8. Roxio Video Capture Usb

    Thanks, that is what I was wanting to know.
  9. I've been searching the forum but so far I haven't been able to find any discussion on weather the Roxio Video Capture USB is supported on a Vista 64bit computer. I just recently purchased Creator 2009 but a Video Capture unit I had from another company does not have drivers to support the Vista 64 bit OS yet. So I'm in desperate need of finding another method of capturing my video input from an external source. I would appreciate on hearing from anyone that has successfully used the Video Capture USB device (the one listed on the Roxio web site for $49.99) on a Vista 64bit OS, or hear that it definitely does not work. Thanks,
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