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Audio on Video Capture stopped working ???

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Hi Everyone,

 

I have run into a consistent problem on my Win Desktop and all things seem to point to the Roxio USB device.

Here's my scenario...

Sometimes I use VLC to convert video because I have a video capture card in my machine for IEEE 1349 mini dv tapes etc and convert those to mp4 files.

Other times I use Roxio for my VHS conversions using the USB device.  I've been successful using the Roxio USB with VLC as well but not the topic.

The issue I am having is the audio levels stop working and I've restarted, checked that the device is working properly, audio on the computer works etc and this has happened to me in the past as well and it seems like the only common element is when I've done some DV conversions and then move back to Easy DVD to do my VHS conversions.

No idea what's causing this and for the life of me I can't remember how I fixed it the last time.

I've taken some screen shots so you know what I'm talking about but has anyone else run into this before and if so how did you rectify it?  One Roxio support person once told me I had to create a new Win admin local profile and then go into the Win registry and make edits... seems a bit wonky to have to do that.  I need to be able to switch between programs at times depending on the video conversions I am doing.

Hoping you all can make some suggestions, thanks!

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I have found the issue with Windows 10 and No Video. You have to go to Camera Privacy and Mic Privacy settings and allow programs to access them. After that, everything works fine but you have to make this change on the camera AND the mic before it will work. 

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