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Transferring Vhs To Computer

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For some reason the vhs tape played during capture appears unstable and jumps between two of the same visuals on the capture screen. Using tracking to create a single stable image does not solve the problem. However, playing the same vhs tape when connected to a TV the playback is good and stable. The Roxio USB capture device is connected to a USB port on the back of the computer.

 

Any solution?

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Well, it is a challenge that will require more investment in time finding a solution. What the heck, why not? I did open Device Manager and there are some differences. For example, XP shows "Legacy Video Capture Device Properties, WDM Video For Windows Capture Driver (Win 32)". Win 7 does not. However, for Roxio Capture USB, the drivers are the same. Ver. 5.2009.416.0 with a date of 4/16/2009. Win 7 also shows USB 2861 Device with a Microsoft driver of 6.1.7601.18208, dated 7/12/2013. Presumably, the USB 2861 refers to the Roxio Capture USB device. I wonder if this is the source of the problem? That is, the Roxio driver Ver. 5.2009.416.0 being in conflict with the Microsoft driver 6.1.7601.18208?

 

I don't know if this information is helpful or points you in some logical direction, but there it is. To your apparent question about the installation of Creator on each drive, the answer is yes, each drive has Creator 2011 installed. And yes, the proble occurs only on Win 7.

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What you should have showing, what I have showing and working correctly, W-7 Ultimate X 64 old USB Capture Device C2011 Pro.

 

With the device plugged in I would delete/uninstall both entry's under sound video and game controllers.

Unplug the device and reboot the pc. Now shut off all running programs including antivirus/firewall software, put the C2011 disc in a drive and run repair when done reboot the PC. Now plugin the US Device and tell us what shows in Device Manager?

 

Follow the above procedure to the 'T'!

 

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Edited by cdanteek

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Interesting but does not help in how to obtain the driver you indicate. Checked Corel website, but did not find a reference to a driver for USB Capture. Did see other web references to driver downloads but from providers other than Corel. I try to stay away from these sites. So can you point me to where this Corel driver download can be found? Can you confirm this updated driver is the solution? The reason for asking is that I wonder if the Microsoft driver and the Roxio driver are in conflict?

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Open your C2011 disc in my computer navigate to the two folders shown in the pic below. Do the contents match mine?

 

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86 folder.

 

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64 folder.

 

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The comparison is identical except for the dates. Here is the info:

 

Data1.Cab 6/19/2009

History.Bld 3/16/2010

Roxio Video Cap USB.msi 6/19/2009

Windows 6.0 et al 6/19/2009

 

All the dates are one day earlier than you show for both VIDEOCAP_USB_X64 & X86.

 

Now what?

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Data1.Cab 6/19/2009

History.Bld 3/16/2010

Roxio Video Cap USB.msi 6/19/2009

Windows 6.0 et al 6/19/2009

 

 

 

That doesn't look identical to my posted pic!

 

Doing a repair was one of the first things done.

 

In a earlier post you said the above quote.

 

Question did you delete the drivers in device manager and follow the procedure I outlined in post # 28?

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The repair wasn't done as you describe in Post #32 because the repair was done before your post #23 in which you ask if a repair was done. My answer was yes. I have now followed your instructions to a

Tee, but there is no difference in the driver versions as previously shown in my Post #27. What was your purpose in having me do the repair as you describe? Was the driver for the Roxio Capture device supposed to be updated to a newer version?

 

As to your comment that the information on my Creator disc "doesn't look identical" to what you posted, that's true because I didn't post a picture of the information. However, I can assure you the

files between what you show and what are on my Creator install disc are identical. It's just that the dates of the files are one day different.

 

Any other suggestions?

Edited by outerbank

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Have you tried a capture since uninstalling the drivers in Device Manager and running the repair per instructions?

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Yes, I have tried capturing since the repair per your instructions. There is no difference. The single most important difference between what you show for Roxio Video Capture versus

my computer is that your drivers are labeled Corel. Mine are labeled Roxio.

Edited by outerbank

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There is a driver download shown with an ad for VHS to DVD. It does not stipulate if the driver works with Win 7. The specs for the software indicate that it is compatible with Win 10, 8, 7 and XP.

Here is the info: USB Driver_KM00EXD0SQA.exe. It appears to be Roxio related so there is no telling how old of an ad this is. Would this work and solve the problem?

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Uninstall the drivers like before unplug the USB device and reboot the PC.

 

Download these drivers and run the X86 msi reboot the PC then plugin the USB device and try to capture again.

 

 

Edited by cdanteek

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Thanks for all of your help, but it's not worth your or my time to pursue this any further. I suppose that at my age one doesn't want to waste time. Again, cdanteek, thanks for your efforts. I will just continue to capture vhs to digital within Win XP. As previously stated, it seems the application is more stable in XP.

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Your the boss, if you don't want to do it, so be it.

Edited by cdanteek

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After more than a week of Pm's and emails Brendon and I narrowed outerbanks problem to his MSI Video card Software called AfterBurner. It has a video capture application and a app to change the frame rate. After outerbank played with those settings his Capture problem was gone. :)

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