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Creator 2009 Se - Cannot Monitor Audio During Capture


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During Video Capture using the Roxio Video Capture USB device, I'm unable to monitor the audio.

 

A brief history:

I want to capture VHS videos using an analog VHS VCR.

 

At Costco, I purchased two DVD creator applications, figuring I'd keep the one that worked best.

One is a product by "Honestech" called "VHS-to-DVD 3.0 Deluxe" (which includes its own USB Capture device), and the other is "Roxio Creator 2009 Special Edition", including the Roxio Video Capture USB device.

 

I installed the Honestech product and it ran successfully. I then installed and ran the Roxio product, and it ran successfully. With both products, I was able to monitor the audio during capture.

 

Then, just for grins, I decided to try to capture some videos using an old Video Capture USB device, the Dazzle DVC-80. Connected the DVC-80, loaded the drivers, did the capture. Everything worked, except captured video was poor, and the audio was out-of-sync.

 

Now, when I try to use the Roxio device, I cannot monitor the audio during the capture (it's not on Mute), but the audio IS captured.

 

I'm guessing there's a driver conflict or something similar caused by installing the DVC-80, but now I'm not sure how to "undo" whatever it is I did. :(

 

Any thoughts?

 

Thanks,

 

Jay Snyder

 

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During Video Capture using the Roxio Video Capture USB device, I'm unable to monitor the audio.

 

A brief history:

I want to capture VHS videos using an analog VHS VCR.

 

At Costco, I purchased two DVD creator applications, figuring I'd keep the one that worked best.

One is a product by "Honestech" called "VHS-to-DVD 3.0 Deluxe" (which includes its own USB Capture device), and the other is "Roxio Creator 2009 Special Edition", including the Roxio Video Capture USB device.

 

I installed the Honestech product and it ran successfully. I then installed and ran the Roxio product, and it ran successfully. With both products, I was able to monitor the audio during capture.

 

Then, just for grins, I decided to try to capture some videos using an old Video Capture USB device, the Dazzle DVC-80. Connected the DVC-80, loaded the drivers, did the capture. Everything worked, except captured video was poor, and the audio was out-of-sync.

 

Now, when I try to use the Roxio device, I cannot monitor the audio during the capture (it's not on Mute), but the audio IS captured.

 

I'm guessing there's a driver conflict or something similar caused by installing the DVC-80, but now I'm not sure how to "undo" whatever it is I did. :(

 

Any thoughts?

 

Thanks,

 

Jay Snyder

 

Reinstall the drivers for the new Roxio USB device.

 

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