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Some reviews are declaring subj software, does not provide sound (audio) with Mac version 10.6.7. Is this true; if so has there been a modification? If not true, what's could be the problem. I'm contemplating a purchase of subj software, but until assured it works with Mac version 10.6.7. Please advise, thanks

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Some reviews are declaring subj software, does not provide sound (audio) with Mac version 10.6.7. Is this true; if so has there been a modification? If not true, what's could be the problem. I'm contemplating a purchase of subj software, but until assured it works with Mac version 10.6.7. Please advise, thanks

 

 

I don't have trhis kind of problem, even if I've MAC 10.6.7 as you.

That doesn't means that the tool works well. It means only that (looking to other threads in the forum) that problems are several but anyway not equal one to another.

 

My problem are slashes in captured videos. I opened a ticket but it seems that they've no ideas at all about solutions.

 

I'm considering to litter the device and go and capture my VHS videos by using a camera and iMovie.

 

It will be much longer, but at least I'll have some acceptable result.

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Hi everyone! After several exchanges, I got this answer that works with my MacBook Pro 17" 2011 model, MacOS 10.6.7, Easy VHS to DVD 1.0.3:

 

http://kb.roxio.com/search.aspx?URL=/content/000137TT&PARAMS=set-locale=en

 

No Audio Can Be Previews or Captured With Easy VHS to DVD for Mac

Knowledgebase Article : 000137TT | Print this Article

 

 

Issue

 

When trying capture using Easy VHS to DVD for Mac, no sound can be heard in the preview or on your captured video.

 

Resolution

 

Many new models of Apple computers have been launched that launch into Snow Leopard (Mac OS X v10.6) with a 64-bit kernel. When using Easy VHS to DVD for Mac with these recently released models, users will be unable to capture audio.

 

In order to work around this issue, you will need to restart your machine using the 32-bit kernel.

 

Reboot your computer.

 

Immediately after pressing the power button to reboot, simultaneously hold down the "3" and "2" keys on your keyboard until you see your Desktop or Login screen.

 

Please note, this change is not permanent. In order to revert back to the 64-bit kernel, restart your computer without holding down any keys.

 

When you have started your computer with the 32-bit kernel, you should be able to capture both audio and video correctly using the Easy VHS to DVD for Mac software. We will update this article if any new information on this issue is available.

 

NOTE: You can determine if your Mac is running 32 or 64-bit by going to your System profiler: Apple menu > About This Mac > More Info > Software. In the System Software Overview window, find 64-bit Kernel and Extensions and see if it says "Yes" or "No". If it says "No", you are running the 32-bit kernel.

 

 

Hurray!!! Now we just have to wait until Roxio releases a 64-bit compatible version of Easy VHS to DVD!

 

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Hi everyone! After several exchanges, I got this answer that works with my MacBook Pro 17" 2011 model, MacOS 10.6.7, Easy VHS to DVD 1.0.3:

 

http://kb.roxio.com/search.aspx?URL=/content/000137TT&PARAMS=set-locale=en

 

No Audio Can Be Previews or Captured With Easy VHS to DVD for Mac

Knowledgebase Article : 000137TT | Print this Article

 

 

Issue

 

When trying capture using Easy VHS to DVD for Mac, no sound can be heard in the preview or on your captured video.

 

Resolution

 

Many new models of Apple computers have been launched that launch into Snow Leopard (Mac OS X v10.6) with a 64-bit kernel. When using Easy VHS to DVD for Mac with these recently released models, users will be unable to capture audio.

 

In order to work around this issue, you will need to restart your machine using the 32-bit kernel.

 

Reboot your computer.

 

Immediately after pressing the power button to reboot, simultaneously hold down the "3" and "2" keys on your keyboard until you see your Desktop or Login screen.

 

Please note, this change is not permanent. In order to revert back to the 64-bit kernel, restart your computer without holding down any keys.

 

When you have started your computer with the 32-bit kernel, you should be able to capture both audio and video correctly using the Easy VHS to DVD for Mac software. We will update this article if any new information on this issue is available.

 

NOTE: You can determine if your Mac is running 32 or 64-bit by going to your System profiler: Apple menu > About This Mac > More Info > Software. In the System Software Overview window, find 64-bit Kernel and Extensions and see if it says "Yes" or "No". If it says "No", you are running the 32-bit kernel.

 

 

Hurray!!! Now we just have to wait until Roxio releases a 64-bit compatible version of Easy VHS to DVD!

 

T

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hi! tried your instructions since I have a new snow leopard Mac with a 64 bit processor however rebooting and working with the 32 bit didn't do the trick for me ..... I tried everything except purchasing new cables since I had so many new in a box from other electronics I owned. Do you think I should try getting new cables ? I was so challenged but was elated that I could follow your instructions but still no success.....very sad indeed.

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