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Just installed the VHS to DVD3 plus. Managed to load on video onto computer. Then couldn't get it to launch again. FINALLY for whatever reason, today it did. I'm now able to find the one video I uploaded. But I have NO IDEA what to do next! I've looked everywhere online for any sort of directions as to how to edit, or use any of the other features, but have found nothing but the questions here. Has anyone found someplace to get online instructions beyond the very few in the book? What am I missing here??! Thanks!

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Just installed the VHS to DVD3 plus. Managed to load on video onto computer. Then couldn't get it to launch again. FINALLY for whatever reason, today it did. I'm now able to find the one video I uploaded. But I have NO IDEA what to do next! I've looked everywhere online for any sort of directions as to how to edit, or use any of the other features, but have found nothing but the questions here. Has anyone found someplace to get online instructions beyond the very few in the book? What am I missing here??! Thanks!

 

Did you click on all the little question marks?

 

Is this the book you are talking about (link)?

 

Are there any particular questions that you would like addressed?

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Yes, I've looked at the online link but it doesn't say much more than the manual that comes with the product. I've read many of the posts here, but I was hoping there was something more out there as far as instructions to follow for specific features of the program. It says it can do XYZ, but I can't find how to do it! What I would like to know first is how to edit, and what kind of editing can actually be done. For ex., on the video I transferred, I didn't realize there was a humming noise in part of the tape. So I would like to cut out that portion, go back in and retransfer that part and mute the sound out (I see where I can mute the sound). But where do I see if I can do this, and how??

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What you are asking may be beyond the capabilities of the program. If you really want to do a lot of video editing, you may need to upgrade to Creator.

 

IF you captured your video to your computer, then in the edit, you can cut out some of the video and make two separate video files. You would then recapture the part that is bad and make a video file from that. You would then add the three together with the new one in the middle.

 

Have you looked at some of the other Q and A in this part of the forum? Also have you looked at the screen shots here (link). I think the one that shows "Trim and Cut Video Clips" will give you a lot of information.

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What you are asking cut out and replace a portion cannot effectively be done...

 

You would be better served by recapturing the entire recording OR recapturing everything from the 'hum' to the end.

 

There is a way but it is really more work than you realize! It would actually be easy with a full editor like the NXT family...

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Thank you for directing me to the post I need and for your help. I just wish the company had more complete directions with the program. I had to hunt and peck to figure out how I would even get to use the features the program offers. Thankfully, there's this site, or I'd be lost!

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And yet the vast majority of included manuals reside in land fills :(

 

The majority insert a disc click everything they can see and curse :lol:

 

The little arrows Steve was referring to are these and they bring up specific help subjects:

 

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And as you have found, we have a pretty good handle on the product and are happy to try to help you out!

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I understand about the manuals ending up in the landfill! Ive just never used a product like this where one had to hunt for every piece of info! But I appreciate your assistance. I do have a couple other questions if I may:

1. When I'm ready to close out the program, if I hit "X', I get a message that says, "this program has stopped working, click "close" to close program, or..." This is what I get anytime I'm on some site that stops working on it's own...like an error message. Is there some way I should be exiting the program when I'm done besides closing my clicking on the "X" like you'd close out of any program?

 

2. Regarding the editing process where I can fix sound, color, grain etc. I see where I can go in and click the options as to what I want it 'fix', and I can see the preview button. But, how do I go about actually fixing it? The project is already recorded. Do I click a button and all of my selections will just automatically repair the entire project? Do I have to run the entire program again? Please explain the steps to do these edits if you would please! Thank you!

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1. NO

 

2. YES but it actually depends on WHAT you choose. Color Correction is applied on the spot! ;)

 

As to the exit error... You can try a proper repair and it may be enough...

 

First thing to do is to turn off your Anti Virus, Firewalls, Registry Cleaners, etc.

 

Unplug your Roxio Capture Device and put it aside until you are completely finished.

 

Now insert your Roxio Disc.

 

Be sure you accept the offer to Check for Updates (this is for Roxio, not Windows)

 

When you reach the screen where
Repair
is offered, choose that!

 

When the Repair competes, turn your AV & Firewall back on and reboot.

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