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I'm trying to capture a VHS (Pal-N) and the "capture"button does not get "clickable" also the status line reads: no signal in red. i'm able to see the video and listen to the music but i can't capture it. i even tryed to capture it on NTSC norm (all in B&W) but still the "capture" does not appear (not clickable). i'm 100% sure this is a software issue.

can you provide me with a solution please?

 

Thank you very much for your help.

 

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I'm trying to capture a VHS (Pal-N) and the "capture"button does not get "clickable" also the status line reads: no signal in red. i'm able to see the video and listen to the music but i can't capture it. i even tryed to capture it on NTSC norm (all in B&W) but still the "capture" does not appear (not clickable). i'm 100% sure this is a software issue.

can you provide me with a solution please?

 

Thank you very much for your help.

 

What analog to digital converter are you using - the Roxio USB device for Creator 2010. If so, plug the device into a USB port on the back of your computer, not the front or through a hub. If if are not using that particular device, what are you using>

 

Have you updated Creator 2010 to SP2?

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What analog to digital converter are you using - the Roxio USB device for Creator 2010. If so, plug the device into a USB port on the back of your computer, not the front or through a hub. If if are not using that particular device, what are you using>

 

Have you updated Creator 2010 to SP2?

 

I'm using the Roxio VHS to DVD USB and i have it pluged in the rear of my computer and still same thing. i have installed the sp2 as well and still no change. Thanks anyway.

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I'm using the Roxio VHS to DVD USB and i have it pluged in the rear of my computer and still same thing. i have installed the sp2 as well and still no change. Thanks anyway.

 

Ah, you posted in the Creator 2010 part of the forum. You now say that you have VHS to DVD. I've move your post here so you will get more targeted help.

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I have got the same problem.

I connect my VHS player via a s-video cable via a peritel adaptator.

In the Roxio Media Import, I see the video but in black&white and it's written no signal in red. and, as well, the 'Capture now' button not clickable.

I have tryed every kind of PAL, SECAM or NTSC options, still the same problem.

the sound is ok.

My machine :

XP sp2

Core2Duo 2.66Ghz

3Go Ram

ATI RAdeon 4850

 

Anyone to help?? thanks !

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I have got the same problem.

I connect my VHS player via a s-video cable via a peritel adaptator.

In the Roxio Media Import, I see the video but in black&white and it's written no signal in red. and, as well, the 'Capture now' button not clickable.

I have tryed every kind of PAL, SECAM or NTSC options, still the same problem.

the sound is ok.

My machine :

XP sp2

Core2Duo 2.66Ghz

3Go Ram

ATI RAdeon 4850

 

Anyone to help?? thanks !

 

Have you tried using the Composite video instead of the S-video. Make sure to change the captue setting in Roxio from S-Video to Composite.

 

Is this the Scart you are using http://www.svideo.com/ypbprsv1.html ?

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Have you tried using the Composite video instead of the S-video. Make sure to change the captue setting in Roxio from S-Video to Composite.

 

Is this the Scart you are using http://www.svideo.com/ypbprsv1.html ?

Yes, I use this kind of adaptator : http://www.ldlc.be/fiche/PB00000432.html

 

Following your advice, I tryed a composite cable, and it works !!!! :)

many thanks Jim !!

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