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i have vhs play and am using the tuner to watch the programs and sometimes capture/record them. i am wondering if there is a setting to make the monitor screen larger within the software. right now is is approx 3 x 3

 

i have windows 7 premium 64 bit software

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i have vhs play and am using the tuner to watch the programs and sometimes capture/record them. i am wondering if there is a setting to make the monitor screen larger within the software. right now is is approx 3 x 3

 

i have windows 7 premium 64 bit software

 

What is VHS play?

 

Do you have Easy VHS to DVD? If yes then this is for capturing VHS video not for watching

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What is VHS play?

 

Do you have Easy VHS to DVD? If yes then this is for capturing VHS video not for watching

 

 

yes I do. am using to watch tv. i am just trying to see if there is a setting to make the little video monitor screen larger

or is there another way still using the roxio usb adapter?

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:D:lol::D How long of an extension cord are you running!

 

It is not going to get any bigger. Capture is a heavy load on your PC so the ‘window’ is kept small and low quality so as not to be ruin the capture. ;)

 

You can play around with other software off the web but there is some risk involved… viruses tend to lurk in big promises :P

 

Also the Roxio USB device will not run in most other software... Just like my AverMedia card will not work in Roxio :(

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