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  1. I must start saying that I'm not an expert in video stuff, just a guy who wants/needs to save some old Hi8 tapes to a digital format before they go bad. For the last month or so I've been waging a loosing battle with Creator NXT 8. I came from Creator 2009 SE which was, at least to me, pretty easy to work with. There are three main issues right now with NXT 8 in my case: 1) it does not recognize the new video capture device (EasyCap DC60-008) that I bought after finding that the one that came with my old Creator 2009 SE (purchased at Costco) was not working after upgrading to NXT 8 2) there is sound issue of an "echo" or "stuttering" that happens frequently during video capture 3) any video captured (.AVI format) or produced (.MPG) by VideoWave has a horrible background/crackling noise no matter what I try when played in any PC/laptop/TV that I've tried, except the PC that I used for capturing/producing the videos After a month or so of back and forth emails (providing useless input, I'd say, and not answering direct questions like which device works with NXT 8), I gave up and have asked for a refund (three times already). Corel's support keeps providing un-useful support instead, the last email interaction called for me to access a dead Microsoft URL(https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/instantanswers/5de907f1-f8ba-4fd9-a89d-efd23fee918c/create-a-local-user-account-in-windows-10) and to re-install NXT 8 as a local user on the PC! I was able somehow to make NXT 8 recognize the signal from my old Roxio device on my own but, the sound quality is awful with the noise described above. I attached the specs for the PC where NXT 8 is installed (after a clean Win 10 installation) for reference. Also a couple of screenshots of what happens when I try to use the EasyCap device, hoping that my sound issues are solved by using it instead of the Roxio one that came with Creator 2009 SE. Any directions would be very much appreciated... Thanks. HP and Compaq Desktop PCs - motherboard specifications, Odense.pdf HP ENVY 750-177c Desktop PC Product Specifications.pdf
  2. Hi there. I received my Game Capture HD Pro today and it's providing a great picture so far however I am also receiving an annoying buzzing noise in the background. I have tried swapping cables around and have even recorded footage of my Laptop using it which also has the background noise. It's a similar sound to feedback given from guitar amps, etc. I am running the capture card from an Xbox 360 into a regular LCD TV via two HDMI cables. I am also using the provided USB cable running into my Toshiba Laptop and the provided Roxio Game Capture program to record. Here's an example of the noise I am getting when recording. I can hear the noise too coming from my TV/Laptop when I'm running my Xbox which I never hear when I am normally playing. Also I'm not sure if there's any relation between the two but I was recording Black Ops 2 footage earlier and there was a 2 second delay between the picture and audio. Thanks for any help I'd really appreciate it if you had any solutions.
  3. Dear Toast Friends, I am a new user to to Toast, but have considerable experience with DVD studio. I transferred some 8mm movies to HD and burned them to bluray (I'll get to my workflow in a sec) 8mm resolves as 4:3, and in the black area outside the 4:3 I get intermitent noise that gets bad enough to form horizontal lines. It becomes very distracting although it's not ruining the 4:3 movie area. However, like I said it is intermitent. Sometimes it's completely fine; sometime a little noise like grain, and then boom big noise in horizontal lines. (makes me think there's an 'auto' setting I don't know about) Here's what I did: I projected 8mm onto foam core and shot the foam core with an HPX-3700; creating a 10-bit analog to digital conversion. (awesome so far) Took to final cut. Added two layers of a very tiny amount of sharpening (great refocusing trick); and then added a 3-way color correction filter. Note, the dark area outside the 4:3 image is the underexposed foam core. I then output a full prores 422 master; then use Compressor to create a m2v file for Toast. I turned re-ecode off in toast. The RUB: When I look at the M2V file in VLC, I can see a tiny, but acceptable, amount of noise in the outside black area; but it is greatly increased between that and the final bluray burn. Again, it is intermitent. Sometimes it's fine, sometime light, sometime so dense to create horizintal lines. The noise is mostly noticable in the black area, though you can see it in the actual 4:3 frame area... Any idea what is causing this? Why is it intermitent? Thanks a billion, Matthew Alcorn www.imageriverfilms.com
  4. HI I just bought ROXIO GAMECAP for consoles but I notices some slight distortion in the display on my TV, still very playable. However on my PC end it was far worse. Can anyone suggst any fixes? I've attached a screenshot of what it looks like below. Thanks in advanced.
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