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I just bought this to convert laserdisc to video. The video shows up fine in the window, but when I select record, it starts and then stops after less than a second. I have set the time manually and have switched from hardware to software rendering, but still no change. Any ideas? Currently running Win 7 Ultimate 64bit with 8GB ram.

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I just bought this to convert laserdisc to video. The video shows up fine in the window, but when I select record, it starts and then stops after less than a second. I have set the time manually and have switched from hardware to software rendering, but still no change. Any ideas? Currently running Win 7 Ultimate 64bit with 8GB ram.

 

 

How have you got the Laser disc hooked up to your computer, and what application within the program are you using?. More details please.

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How have you got the Laser disc hooked up to your computer, and what application within the program are you using?. More details please.

 

Sorry, I wasn't clear on it. I have the audio and video outs connected just as I would for VHS.

 

I am using Roxio Easy VHS to DVD build 201B23A and am using the Record Edit and Save Function to create an MPG file.

 

I get full video and sound, but when I click the Record button, the recording starts then stops in less than a second.

 

The end result is an mpg that play for about .25 seconds with a file size of 432kb (file attached)

My Video.mpg

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Sorry, I wasn't clear on it. I have the audio and video outs connected just as I would for VHS.

 

I am using Roxio Easy VHS to DVD build 201B23A and am using the Record Edit and Save Function to create an MPG file.

 

I get full video and sound, but when I click the Record button, the recording starts then stops in less than a second.

 

The end result is an mpg that play for about .25 seconds with a file size of 432kb (file attached)

 

Did it work ok with a VCR?.

 

 

Try a different device, DVD Player, camcorder, etc?

 

Also, plug your USB into a different port, one on the back is preffered.

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Did it work ok with a VCR?.

 

 

Try a different device, DVD Player, camcorder, etc?

 

Also, plug your USB into a different port, one on the back is preffered.

 

It looks like it's my 64bit tower with 8GB or RAM, don't know why.

 

Installed to a laptop with 4gb of RAM running Win7 Home Prem. and it worked....BUT

 

Now, I have to resolve the jerky video and audio issue.

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It looks like it's my 64bit tower with 8GB or RAM, don't know why.

 

Installed to a laptop with 4gb of RAM running Win7 Home Prem. and it worked....BUT

 

Now, I have to resolve the jerky video and audio issue.

 

Did you try a different source (post #4 on this thread) on the Laptop?.

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