No; doesn't capture the video; although I see the video in the capture screen.....
When I delete the USB 2861 line; it tells me I don't have enough controller USB resources....
So I checked regedit. While there are numerous Roxio Video Capture USB entries; there's ALSO numerous USB 2861 Device entries.....
Under "Sound, video and game controllers" I've got two entries: Roxio Video Capture USB and USB 2861 Device.
I've un-installed both lines, unplugged the Roxio device, ran Roxio repair, booted computer, and plugged in the Roxio device; and the same thing comes up.
Turns out the printer was (&()& software or something; I put 'new' ink cartridges in -- the software read them as full. As a last straw i changed out the 'new' ink cartridges with another set of 'new' ink cartridges - all is well.....go fi(n)gure........ripped out and installed all software; ripped out and installed the printer; and the whole problem was the printer couldn't/wouldn't report status of 'new' ink cartridges.....that was *fun*...........*ANYWAY* -- it works................
It's in the printer, or Label Creator (I think....=) I'm using printable disk in the HP-C309-A which has a disk print drawer. Label creator prints correctly on standard paper; but not correctly onto the printable disk loaded into the disk print drawer; the 'black' is changed to almost sky blue.
Coincidentally; label creator displays some updated *.dll and *.ax on Sep 16 - about when I noticed this. Maybe coincidence.
Roxio 2011 Pro; Label Creator
Just started happening a week ago.
All of a sudden all my *black* (text, background) is now a light blue -- ONLY on the cd/dvd labeler (using printable dvd;) the label prints out fine on standard apaper.
weird. Worked fine 2 weeks ago; haven't changed anything (as far as I know....=)
I have a large avi file; contains the transport / tape noise from an old Hi-8 tape video recorder.
In Sound soap SE 2.2 (came with Roxio Pro); When I "Open Media File" (*.avi) I get an Invalid File error message "Failure on avi splitter pin enumerator".......
Hmmm, I really don't want to use the Roxio sound editor as it removes too much real sound (high school choir concert)
Windows 7 64 bit
AMD Athlon II x 4 (620) 2.6G
4 gb super talent
1 tb sata
250 gb sata
sata dvd writer (x2)
BFO video card (512Mb ddr2) - Nvidia GeForce 8400 GS driver
Windows media player -- latest version (11?).....DirectX is at version 11.
hopefully a flash drive video recorder in the near future to ( likely) get rid of the doggone problem in the first place........
Jeff Schroeder replied to unsatisfied customer's topic in General Chat
2010 works great; haven't found anything better or easier. The thing about running side-by-side. Maybe with some systems, others not.
I was running creator 2010 - and did not have any capture device for VHS. Bought VHStoDVD (with the usb adapter) knowing the usb would allow VHS capture, and thinking the software *may* provide some additional tools. Installation of VHS-DVD forced removal of creator 2010. When I reinstalled creator 2010 it forced the removal of VHS-DVD. So those two programs (at least in this instance) won't run on the same computer. I kept the usb adapter, am running creator 2010 as it has the more overall capabilities.