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  1. I just bought this product (Easy VHS to DVD 3 Plus) and am in the process of converting some VHS tapes and saving the MPEG files to an external hard drive. I'm doing this for some different friends so I need to make sure they'll be able to watch their videos. Is MPEG the right format for viewing on a TV, assuming it has a USB port? Thanks for any help.
  2. I apologize if this is a "no brainier" question. I am going to begin burning my VHS tapes and 2 camcorder tapes/discs. Do I HAVE to have a tv to do this? May I use my laptop screen to watch and burn the disc? Thanks!
  3. Please help my picture on my ps4 doesnt fit the tv screen properly even though i've attempted to change the resolution in (Sound and Screen,Video Output Settings,Resolution) . I'm not sure whats wrong with it any help?
  4. Hello, and thanks for reading this.... I just purchased NXT 3 and have tried 3 times to burn a dvd for a client. None of the dvd's will play on my tv. I'm using Memorex 'Printable' dvd's that I KNOW work on my tv, I've used them before. I'm using Premiere Pro CC 2014 to create the video, and Encore CC 2014 to make the .mov file. I then load that into NXT 3 and try to burn a dvd. There ate no instructions, so I just guess at what to do, but it all seems to work just fine. It burns a dvd fine, but the dvd only plays on my computer. It will not play on my tv. The Sony blue ray player jsut says "bad disk". Can anyone please tell me if there are basic instructions on the site nor newbees. It's NOT that tivial to use for the first time. Thanks a million.... Richard
  5. Hi, I've just gotten Roxio Gamecap HD Pro, and I've been try to see it up so I can play my PS3 on my TV screen while capturing on my computer. My TV only has one HDMI socket, so I got a HDMI splitter cable plug so I could capture from my TV while my PS3 is connected to the TV via HDMI cable, but the plug won't let me have more than one device (a.k.a. my PS3 and Gamecap) on at once. My PS3 connects straight to Roxio Gamecapture fine, but I can't handle the 2 second delay in playback. I've tried various things like connecting the splitter cable plug from the gamecap and the PS3 instead of the TV but nothing works. And my monitor doesn't have a HDMI input, otherwise I'd be playing it on there. Please, is there anyway around this problem? I'm beginning to think I should have just gotten the SD gamecap.
  6. Before I begin, I understand this isn't the best subforum for this topic, but all others are software-specific - none of which help. My apologies to the admins, please move this topic to the appropriate subforum if necessary. This is what I'm trying to do: What: Play XBOX & PS2 on laptop Why: Broke student with no physical TV Using: Roxio VidCap USB UB315-E v3 Running: Win7 64-bit Got my hands on a retail copy of Roxio Creator 2011 Special Edition from a family member who never opened it. I installed the entire software package only to realize there's no "Viewing" software. Software that would allow me to simply view the analog signal hooked up to the S-video/Composite plug. It doesn't exist. However, using VHS to DVD I was able to see a preview of what I wanted - so that was proof-of-concept. I uninstalled everything, restarted, and manually installed the drivers (extract contents of "D:\VIDEOCAP_USB_X64\Data1.cab", point Windows to extracted folder). I then switched to VLC Media Player and opened the Roxio USB as a Capturing Device: "C:\Program Files (x86)\VideoLAN\VLC\vlc.exe" -vvv --video-filter="deinterlace" dshow:// --dshow-vdev="Roxio Video Capture USB" --dshow-adev="Line (USB 2861 Device)" --dshow-chroma=YUY2 --dshow-size=640x480 --dshow-aspect-ratio=4\:3 --dshow-caching=0 Everything seams to work, audio & video, but there is a bit of controller-input lag. The audio & video are in-sync with themselves, but if I push a button on the PlayStation controller, there is a slight delay until VLC shows the change/action. I have tried disabling the deinterlace option and set both live-caching and dshow-caching to zero - nothing makes it 100% perfect. I remember the image quality inside VHS to DVD being much worse, but I couldn't recall if the controller-input lag was present. So, I re-installed everything. Long behold, there's no lag inside VHS to DVD. So something, either Windows or VLC, is causing this lag. It's most likely a setting inside VLC - something isn't perfectly ideal for this capture card. I have tried all the capture input settings: VideoChroma: YUY2, VidStandard: NTSC_M, ect. Has anyone encountered this problem, and/or has any ideas how to approach a fix? Thank you!
  7. Hi, I need a little bit of help again. I just went and bought an HDTV so I can actually play and record my games in HD, instead of using the yellow standard Def cable. But now I'm having an issue. I have an HDMI cable going from my 360 to my Roxio, and from my Roxio to my TV's HDMI input port. If I hook the 360 directly to the TV, it displays perfectly fine. But when I hook it up through the Roxio, the TV says No Signal. In the Roxio program, I have the input method set to HDMI, and despite the fact that it displays the video preview, (though it's broken, see below), the program also says No Signal. So I'm not entirely sure what the problem is, and any help would be greatly appreciated. Note: The attached image shows that the screen is broken in half, the bottom of the video is on top, and is only showing the left side of the screen. The top of the video is on the bottom, and I believe is also only showing the left side of the screen.
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