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Roxio Video Capture Help


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Hello,

 

I am new to using Roxio Video Capture and struggling to copy the VHS movies successfully.

I have managed to record the VHS onto my laptop using the composite and high option but when i play the video back on the laptop the sound is out of sync with the picture and an 1h30min video is taking up 19GB!

 

Am i doing something wrong? What can i do next? I am using a mac book, if thats any help and i am happy to keep the videos on a hard drive instead of the extra hassle of burning to DVD... I have LOTS of VHS and trying to avoid spending lots of £££££££

 

Any tips would be much appreciated.

 

Thanks

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Post a link to your exact model mac book so we can read the specs?

 

I don't think you read the minimum system requirements before buying the software.

 

Someone moved your post from the V2D Windows to V2D Macintosh.

 

Please verify what your running and what OS your running it on?

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Hi,

 

Thanks for your reply! I'm guessing i have the wrong software?

The Mac i have is a 15" retina display Macintosh HD OS X, 10.10.5..

Which software do i need? I would also like to convert the files so i can use them on pc and mac.

I hope i have given enough info, any tips would be much appreciated.

 

Thanks again

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Hello,

I am new to using Roxio Video Capture and struggling to copy the VHS movies successfully.

I have managed to record the VHS onto my laptop using the composite and high option but when i play the video back on the laptop the sound is out of sync with the picture and an 1h30min video is taking up 19GB!

Am i doing something wrong? What can i do next? I am using a mac book 2.3 GHz Intel Core i7, 8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3, NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M 1024 MB and OS X Yosemite 10.10.5 if thats any help and i am happy to keep the videos on a hard drive instead of the extra hassle of burning to DVD... I have LOTS of VHS and trying to avoid spending lots of £££££££

Any tips would be much appreciated.

Thanks

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I am also using Easy VHS to DVD, version 1.0.5 for Mac, on an iMac 27" mid 2011 operating on Mac OS X El Capitan 10.11.5. I don't have any problems connecting a VCR or Camcorder to my Mac, nor transferring the films onto it, but the software window represents a 4 x 6 inch picture, and the movie screen is not even 2" x 3 " and apparently cannot be enlarged. Painful to work on such very small windows. Any idea how to enlarge this window and make it more user friendly ?

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