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  1. If I use composite, I can't get any video signal. The only way I've been able to get a signal is by using S-Video.
  2. When I play my 8mm tape on my camcorder and record it on Roxio, it has good video and audio output, but an hour or so into the tape, the video output shown on the Roxio changes to a blue screen and I can only hear audio. If you're looking at the tape through the tiny screen attached to the camcorder, the video is still playing fine with no blue screen. I've tried using multiple different tapes and I get the same issue every time. Mid way into recording, video changes to blue screen. I am capturing video by using an S-Video cable so I was thinking it might be a poor cable connection which is making it lose video signal? The S-Video cable is brand new so it cant be a faulty cable.
  3. I saw this but it was $10 shipping. I was able to get it in store at Canada Computers for $4.49.
  4. It worked! I bought a 3 conductor 3.5mm jack to 2 RCA male audio. When I plug the red audio in it buzzes but if I have just white in it plays with no buzzing. Thank you for the help!
  5. Ahhh I see what you're saying. I'll go to the shop tomorrow. Thank you.
  6. I'm not using a cord with a black sound cable. My cord looks like this https://imgur.com/a/8wa2ItL I don't connect the yellow, I just connect the red and white and I still get buzzing. I also tried using just red or just white and neither worked.
  7. Yeah that's what I do. I connect the A/V audio cables to the Roxio while the S-Video is plugged in and it just plays a buzzing noise.
  8. I have a Sony Handycam CCD-TRV98 and I'm trying to digitze my 8mm tapes using the Roxio Easy VHS to DVD 3 Plus. These are the slots on my camcorder (https://imgur.com/9gRtQ6M) As you can see, it doesn't have all of the yellow, red, and white a/v out slots so I bought this cable (https://imgur.com/a/8wa2ItL) When I connected the 3.5mm jack to the A/V out slot on my camcorder and put the red, white, and yellow cords into the Roxio Adapter, I wasn't able to get a video signal but I could hear the audio from the 8mm tape and it had a loud buzzing noise. I went to my device manager and saw that one of the 2 Roxio drives was corrupted. I found the source of the problem, and both Roxio drives were working. I clean uninstalled the Roxio Easy VHS to DVD 3 Plus to be sure, reinstalled, loaded everything up, and the same problem still persisted. No video signal with working audio but buzzing in background. To fix the video signal problem, I purchased an S-Video cable and connected it through the camcorder and the Roxio adapter. It worked, I could now see the video on the Roxio program but now there was no audio and a loud buzzing noise. When I unplug the S-Video cable, the audio comes back but with a loud buzz and no video signal. I've tried EVERYTHING related to troubleshooting a buzzing noise. Updating audio drivers, doing a clean uninstall + reinstall of the Roxio program, switching to the generic audio driver, disabling audio enhancments, etc. None got rid of the buzzing noise. The second I plug in a S-Video cable I can't hear audio and there's just a buzzing noise but I can't get video without the S-Video cable because the yellow video cord wont work so I can't go without it. I need to find a way to get audio while using the S-VIdeo cable and have clean audio with no buzzing. If this is of any use, here's the manual of my camcorder (https://imgur.com/Z2dCRxJ) As you can see on the camcorder manual, it looks like the A/V inputs are just a yellow and black cord but I'm using an A/V cable with yellow, white, and red cords. Does this matter? Somebody please help, this is driving me crazy. If you need clarification or have any questions, please just ask me. Thank you.