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Roxio Creator 2010 Won't Capture Web Video (Youtube)


Bryce_in_TX
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It used to but I haven't been able to use this feature for a long time now. I try to record youtube videos, a number of them, music mostly, and none of it will show up in Roxio. I've downloaded and installed Roxio service pack 2 and the web video capture patch and rebooted, but still no luck. I read somewhere that my version of Adobe flash could be a problem, I have the most recent update. But, I don't know how to get or install an earlier version of flash. I have a version 10 something in my download folder, but it doesn't work. It tells me I need to update it and it won't install.

 

I have an ASUS X83VM-X1 laptop, with 4 gigs of ram, running Windows Vista 64 Bit Home Premium with service pack 2 installed. My processor is an Intel Core 2 Duo CPU P8400, 2.26 Ghz. Harddrive is 320 Gigs.

 

I have no clue what the problem could be. Any help would be appreciated.

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You tube has changed things and your software won't get fixed.

 

I went to Fire Fox with Video DownloadHelper 4.9.13 by mig, works every time.. You need to install Fire Fox first the the DownloadHelper Add-On.

 

Link click here, https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/video-downloadhelper/

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Thanks for this info. I've been trying for over a year to use the Roxio Copy and Convert thing. So, when this program was working with Youtube, I could put the videos onto DVD to use in a DVD player to watch it on TV (the place I want to take the video to has no internet). Is there any way to output the video onto DVD that you know of?

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Of course, just download the files to a folder on your computer and then use "Create DVD" to make a menu (or not) and burn them to a DVD. I'm assuming that you have one of the more recent Creator programs (like 2010) where you posted this)

 

If you don't have Creator, some DVD players will play the video files that are copied to the disc. Check your DVD manual.

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