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  1. Hi, all! I hope I don't get yelled at by one of the moderators but haven't really found the answer to the question around errors when trying to split a long captured file. I have one that's over 2 hours long and know it won't fit on a single DVD. I've tried to split it but get the same errors that have been reported by others. I tried using two different batches of blank DVDs (the -R variety) and still get errors. Attached are a few screen shots to help illustrate the situation. As a side note, I have successfully burned single DVDs (as recently as this morning) from source material that doesn't exceed about 1-1/2 hours; it was only today when I was 'instructed' by the application to split the larger file that I had problems. Thanks in advance for the assist! Terry Wall
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    Video And Audio Captures Ok...but...

    Hi, Walt! I played the clip from the flash drive on another computer--my wife's laptop--and it worked just fine. Not sure why it won't play on my friend's computer, though it's an older Core 2 Duo machine. Maybe the sound drivers aren't up to par. I did check the mute and volume on his computer...still "no joy." But at least I know the clip has a solid audio track and that's what I wanted to make sure of before converting all of my friend's old tapes! Thanks again! Terry
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    Video And Audio Captures Ok...but...

    Yes, video and audio play back fine on my computer!
  4. Hi, Gang! Please forgive me if this has been addressed, but I looked and don't think I saw it anywhere. In using EVD Plus, I successfully captured both video and audio from a Video8 source to my computer's hard drive. However, I transferred the captured file to a flash drive to show a friend what I did (before he gave me 20 other Video8 cassettes to convert), and when we tried to play back the file on his laptop, there was no audio. I'm sure there's a simple answer...what say you on the forum, any thoughts? Thx! ~TRW
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    Single Line Audio Feed

    Took Steve's idea and bought a 1-to-2 "y" splitter. Thanks, everyone!
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    Single Line Audio Feed

    Greetings! I am trying to convert Video8 tapes from a Sony Handycam CCD-TRV37 which only has a single audio out channel. The Roxio supplied adapter allows for two channels. Which of the two channels should I use; white or red, or does it matter? Thanks! Terry
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    Hey, Walt... Split From Digital Files

    Thanks, Jim and "sknis"! Actually, I do have the program...just hadn't installed it yet, and because I work with Premiere Pro, I was merely alluding to formats I'm familiar with. I was mostly concerned about "editability" (not sure that's really a word ) of the converted files in Premiere. Thanks again to you both! Cheers, Terry
  8. Hey, Walt...looks like you're the man with all the answers! So here's a question for you: Since you point out that it is actually preferred to capture onto a hard drive first--and then move to a DVD (if that's the desired destination), what format does the program capture in? AVI? MOV? Some other format? What say you? Thx! Terry
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