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#21 cdanteek


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Posted 21 June 2016 - 06:39 AM

I have been using Roxio Creation 2010 Special Edition for a long time on my Win 7 computer.  When I built a new machine using Windows 10, I opted not to install Roxio since I now have other programs that do the same thing.  However, the Special Edition came with the Roxio USB capture device, and I wanted to continue using it with my other video editing/creating software.  I had no hope that the driver would work with Win 10, but thought I would give it a try.  On the Creator 2010 SE installation DVD the driver directory is fairly easy to find:  there is a 32 bit and a 64 bit driver.  I ran the installation program located in the driver directory, and the driver installed and works perfectly with Win 10.


You didn't install Roxio Creation 2010 Special Edition on your W-10 installation just the USB Capture device driver?


What software are you using to capture video with the Roxio USB Capture device?

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Posted 24 June 2016 - 06:18 PM

I use Corel Video Studio Pro X4.  Once you install the driver it will accept input from the Roxio USB capture device.  About all I use it for is to capture science shows off TV. 


I finally did install Creator 2010 SE onto Win 10 just to see what happened.  It installed without error; I also installed the SP2 update.  I burned a data DVD with no problems at all.  When I used the Cineplayer, the sound was fine and the video played without hanging but there was green pixilation to varying degrees on both commercial and burned DVD movies.  I didn't test out anything else since I have other programs that do what Creator does.  I really like the AVS suite of audio and video programs. 

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