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Only getting a Black and white picture


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My understanding is that there are some low end SCART adapters that do not have good output.

 

One UK user recommended This, but I think you can go to any electronics store and find one that will work for video capture.

 

Confirm you are using this with Creator 2010???

 

What OS are you running?

 

You should see drivers like I have indicated in this post on USB Capture.

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My understanding is that there are some low end SCART adapters that do not have good output.

 

One UK user recommended This, but I think you can go to any electronics store and find one that will work for video capture.

 

Confirm you are using this with Creator 2010???

 

What OS are you running?

 

You should see drivers like I have indicated in this post on USB Capture.

 

 

Using something more like this

 

Was using as you posted but got no picture at all then.

 

I am running VHS to DVD, which it tells me is more recent than Creator 2010, but Creator 2010 has the same problem, and I'm using it on Windows 7

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Looks like a great adapter!

 

You don’t need the V2D software at all! It is based on the Creator 2009 software and you have the Creator 2010!

 

Also the V2D software is not certified to run in Win7!

 

I suggest you actually Delete both software and their drivers for the device –should show up as a question during removal. Then plug in the device and install 2010.

 

This will assure that only the proper software and drivers are loaded.

 

You could try to squeak by with just deleting the V2D software… No promises but it is something you could try.

 

Also, make double sure you have S-Video set in the Capture window!!!

 

And lastly, if your TV accepts S-Video, hook the VCR to that to confirm the S-Video from the SCART is good.

 

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