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No Video Signal!

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Hello,

I have had the Easy VHS to DVD3 program for a while. I wasnt getting a video signal and I thought something was maybe wrong with my coords, so like a dummy I went and bought the program all over again!
​I still get no video signal to my computer but if i place the plugs into my television I can see the video playing from the VCR just fine. I have installed, reinstalled, tried to fogure out everything i possibly can be doing wrong. I am far from being an idiot but I HAVE to have this dine by tomorrow and I think I might cry, someone please please help!! :(

 

 

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and yes Roxio Video Capture USB is showing up on my device manager in the correct place

 

Someone PLEASE come on line!!! llol

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Version EVEREST v2.20.405
Homepage http://www.lavalys.com/
Report Type Report Wizard
Computer DESKTOP-6VR1JC6
Generator Michael
Operating System Windows 10 Home Home Edition 6.3.14393
Date 2016-12-15
Time 21:05

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Computer:
Operating System Windows 10 Home Home Edition
OS Service Pack -
DirectX 4.09.00.0904 (DirectX 9.0c)
Computer Name DESKTOP-6VR1JC6
User Name Michael
Motherboard:
CPU Type 2x , 3300 MHz
Motherboard Name Unknown
Motherboard Chipset Unknown
System Memory 8137 MB
BIOS Type Unknown
Communication Port Communications Port (COM1)
Communication Port Printer Port (LPT1)
Display:
Video Adapter AMD Radeon R7 240 Series
Video Adapter AMD Radeon R7 240 Series
Monitor Acer H233H (HDMI) [NoDB] (LFS0W0104300)
Multimedia:
Audio Adapter High Definition Audio Controller [NoDB]
Storage:
IDE Controller Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller
IDE Controller Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller
SCSI/RAID Controller Microsoft Storage Spaces Controller
Disk Drive ST1000DM003-1ER162 ATA Device (931 GB, IDE)
Optical Drive TSSTcorp CDDVDW SH-224BB ATA Device
SMART Hard Disks Status OK

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Edited by ogdens

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It looks as though the hookup is right...

 

It sounds as though you did not get the Driver properly installed.

 

Unplug the EVD capature device and place in another room.

 

Turn off any Anti Virus and Firewall

 

Insert the software disc and run Install. It will reach a point where Repair is offered. Choose that!

 

At the end, reboot and go get the Capture Device.

 

Let us know ;)

 

(note - this is a bit of a shortcut based on a hunch due to your time constraints. I would prefer to troubleshoot a little deeper before offering a "solution")

Edited by Jim_Hardin

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I'm using Roxio's VHS to DVD 3 Plus. And I too am getting VCR Audio on my laptop but no Video. Please reference the attached pictures.

 

My Roxio video capture device is connected to my laptop via a USB 2.0 port.

 

Red & White Audio cables, and an S-Video adaptor connect the Roxio device to my VCR.

 

I installed from the CD, hooked everything up, then ran the software.

 

I've also reinstalled/repaired the software several times with no improvement.

 

I've tried all the USB ports and that didn't help.

 

I followed Jim's advice but that did not resolve the issue.

 

Unplug the EVD capature device and place in another room.

Turn off any Anti Virus and Firewall

Insert the software disc and run Install. It will reach a point where Repair is offered. Choose that!

At the end, reboot and go get the Capture Device.

 

 

Can anyone help?

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Have you verified that the VCR is outputting a good signal. Hook the VCR directly to your TV. If your TV does not have a S-Video connection use a regular Composite cable (Yellow/Red/White).

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Yes the VCR has a good signal. I was able to watch/hear the VHS tape on my TV just fine. My TV doesn't have an S-Video connection, so I had to use the composite cables to the TV.

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Try another source, DVD/Camcorder .

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I just changed out the S-Video adaptor and used the yellow video cable instead and it worked. Unfortunately the video was much worse than watching it on my TV.

 

Any ideas why it's not working using the S-Video adaptor?

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Since your TV did not have an S-Video input, that part of your problem has never been tested... It is possible the S-Video output of your VCR isn't working. Not probable, but possible.

 

To test the output of your VCR you must find a device that accepts S-Video. One the other hand find another device that outputs S-Video so you can test your your Roxio Capture device.

 

A different approach is to figure out why your Composite video is so bad...

 

First, WHERE is it bad? The preview pane of the software is reduced quality so if it looks bad there, it doesn't matter! Dose the captured file itself look bad when you play it? (Record - Edit - Save)

 

Or is it bad after you output it to ~ Computer, DVD, et al?

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