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Vista/Roxio Audio

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I am unable to record/capture internet streams or recorded sounds using Roxio. I can hear these streams when using WM player or Real Player. I tried using the steps outlined in a previous dicussion (Vista Audio) but was not sucessful. I cannot record internet stream or mp3 files using Capture Audio from Sound Card. No matter which setting I use (drivers), I cannot record. Any assistance is appreciated.

 

Here is my system information:

•Operating System (including service packs): Vista Home - current

•Make: Gateway

•Model: DX441X

•Video card ATI Radeon HD 2400 XT

AVerMedia M791 PCIe Combo NTSC/ATSC

•Processor speed: 2.20 GHZ

•RAM: 3GB

•Free hard drive space: 288GB

•I last did a Windows/Macintosh update on: Automatic to today

 

All Drivers are current

 

 

 

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Not sure what you have checked but try this.

 

Go to the Control Panel,Sound and open it up.

It should show sound devices.

Go to the Recording tab.What you see there should show as a choice in the Capture app.

Now right click on one of the devices you see.

Check "show disabled devices".

Now go back and see if there are any more devices shown.

If so see if you can choose one of them that will make the Capture work.

 

In Vista a lot of this has to do with your Sound device.Is it a card or a chipset on the motherboard?Cards tend to work better.

If your sound device doesn't present a specific input to the OS (Vista) then Roxio won't see it.If they're disabled Roxio won't see them.

 

Depending on your sound device good choices could be "What you hear",Wav,etc...which is what you hear coming from your speakers.

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Thanks for the suggestions. I followed them but still can't capture.

 

I have Media Center with a tuner included (AVerMedia M791 PCIe Combo NTSC/ATSC). There is no seperate sound card showing on the recording device list. When I record from the AVerMedia M791 PCIe Combo NTSC/ATSC the sound is speeded up and choppy.

 

Under recording the recording device list, it does list SigmaTel High Definition Audio CODEC for the froint and rear mics and line in. I looked inside the computer and there is no other sound card so I assume it is part of the motherboard.

 

I can record sounds from my ION via a USB connection. Are there any other options I can use?

 

Again thanks for your input.

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Thanks for the suggestions. I followed them but still can't capture.

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Again thanks for your input.

 

When I record / capture Audio I use Adobe's Audition (was Syntrellium's CoolEdit 2000) or Audacity from SourceForge.net.

 

Be it as it be; why not try Windows Recorder and do some troubleshooting. ;)

 

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