So far I am not too impressed with NXT Pro 3. I was using Creator 2009 and find that a whole lot easier to use than this latest version. I'm glad that I can boot in XP or 8.1 allowing me the two different versions to use.
I thought the USB capture device I purchased with Roxio Creator 2009 Ultimate would work to capture audio from a cassette deck. I upgraded to Creator NXT Pro 3 but seem to get no signal to record. Do I now have to purchase another USB converter for LP/tape?
I've tried a few times to burn a dual density disc and it seems like when the program indicates the project is at 100% the system hangs and will stay at 100%. The disc appears to have been completely burned (physical appearance) but when trying to play back it is not recognized in the player.
I'm not very computer savy so I'm probably missing something in this description.
I have spent a day searching through this on-line community so if this has been discussed please point me to the thread that will help.
I am using Creator 2009 Ultimate and have downloaded the driver for the USB device as instructed in the "do not install" card included with the VHS to DVD software. I have successfully copied one of my VHS tapes using "Creator>Input>Cature Video" which appears to play as expected when observed in the small monitor screen during the recording process. When I play this file back using Copy and Convert DVD-Video all appears to work well except every few minutes it seems there is a huge slowdown in playback which then gradually speeds back up to normal playback speed. This variability occurs throughtout the playback.
Any help will be appreciated.
Core I7 920 @ 2.67 GHz
Windows XP SP3
1000 GB hard drive (defrag has been run)
SB XF-i Extreme sound
ATI Radeon HD4800 video