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sound but no image........ easy? vhs to dvd


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This says that the application is not Snow Leopard compatible (yet). System Requirements

 

Minimum System Requirements:

•Macintosh® computer with a Dual Processor PowerPC™ G5, or Intel® processor

•DVD recordable drive for DVD-Video creation

Mac OS X 10.4 or 10.5

512MB RAM

•15GB free hard disk space recommended

•Available USB 2.0 port

•iMovie® HD, '08, or '09

 

Perhaps they are working to fix the PC products that won't work with W7. :(

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ola, i've been struggling for weeks now with roxio version 1.0.3 trying to capture vhs...... i get sound but no image........ i'm on snow leopard 10.6.2, macpro 8 core

any help out there? thanks francois

Found solution,

Open HD/Library/Quicktime

Create a new folder on desktop, Move all the contents from this folder into the new folder.

Then reattempt.

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I'm no longer seeing video on my MacBook Pro from the device. It worked before I updated to OS 10.6.x. However, I'm also not getting video from analog sources connected to my EyeTV Hybrid on either the MBP or on my G5 iMac (running 10.5.8). So it seems I'm having some issues with analog-to-digital video streams on my Macs. Removing codecs from the QuickTime folder made no difference. I've tried multiple source devices and the cables do work when connected directly to the TV.

 

So all I can do right now is confirm that some people aren't seeing video and that it isn't the fault of the player, the cables, the connection and possibly not the Roxio Easy VHS to DVD for Mac hardware or software. In other words it seems to be a System-related issue rather than a Roxio-related issue. I'm going to keep troubleshooting this.

 

In the meanwhile, if anyone else with this problem has an EyeTV Hybrid I'd be interested in knowing if analog sources show video on their Macs (I'm referring to video coming in via composite or S-video, not via the tuner).

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