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Audio Bleeps / Blotches


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I bought this product and finally set it up. The product works fine, but every time I record I get these 1 second bleeps in the transfer. They almost sound like a 1 second robot wave. I know it isn't glitches in the VHS tapes, as I can replay the same section of the tape, and the bleep will appear in a different part every time.

 

Could this be due to me going straight from VCR to PC, rather than VCR to TV and then from TV to PC?

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User DPI Setting: 144 DPI (150 percent)
System DPI Setting: 96 DPI (100 percent)
Card name: Intel® HD Graphics
Version: 8.15.10.2622 (Latest) Date: 1/21/2012
Driver Name: HdAudio.sys
Driver Version: 6.01.7601.17514 (English)
Date and Size: 11/20/2010 22:23:47, 350208 bytes

 

 

I would set your DPI at 100% when using Roxio programs.

 

Update your Video and Audio drivers.

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So.. Go out and buy another VCR, and if it doesn't work return it? I am still confused about the source. The one I am using is an almost brand new unit, that had been sitting in the box for most of the years I had it.

 

I will look to change that setting. How do I go about updating individual drivers?

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So.. Go out and buy another VCR, and if it doesn't work return it? I am still confused about the source. The one I am using is an almost brand new unit, that had been sitting in the box for most of the years I had it.

 

I will look to change that setting. How do I go about updating individual drivers?

 

No don't be silly.

 

Anything that has Composite or S-Video and White/Red audio is what you want. That could be a DVD Player, a BD Player or even your DVR :huh:

 

Do you have any of those things so you can try it?

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So, you connected an output from your old TV, and that worked okay? No extraneous noises in the capture? Then you've pretty well proven that the capture device is good, and that the problem is with your VCR. And that would make sense that the sounds you're getting occur in different spots on the tape if you rewind. It's not the tape, it sounds like it's the VCR.

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