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Recently tried recording a new video with the game capture and all of a sudden it isnt recording audio anymore ( it always worked fine before without any problems ) so i uninstalled the Roxio Game Capture program and it's drivers, unhooked all cables, and basically installed and hooked up everything like the 1st time. Still the same problem, everything works fine except it isnt recording any audio. Both drivers are installed, both audio and video. Though i did notice that i cant change the audio device and input. Audio line from the gamecap is working. I'm really stuck at the moment so any help would be very welcome
My dad recently purchased Easy Roxio's Video Capture, when I was using the program to record everything worked great. I want to know when the videos that have been recorded move to iMovie on MAC all the videos except for two out of fourteen videos actually work the way they're suppose to. Here's the list of problems I have encountered: 1. Out of sync audio 2. No audio although there's still video 3. The sound whistles (this could be because of an old recording and old system but I'm putting it down anyway) I have experienced some video corruption but that's because it's and old system. I'm first recording everything from my parents Video 8 player first and then going into VHS however I have not been able to solve this problem. I'm not very computer savvy so forgive me if I don't understand what's wrong.
I have used Roxio 2009 with a Panasonic HDC SD60. Capture no problem, but after an import some tracks have NO sound. There is sound on these tracks on the camera. There is sound on these tracks after capturing them. On a capture of approx 200 about 4 will have no sound after being imported. (indiscriminately ie. no particular order etc). If I upgrade to the 2012 will this still be a problem? Anyone out there using 2012 with this video camera?