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Greetings! I am trying to convert Video8 tapes from a Sony Handycam CCD-TRV37 which only has a single audio out channel. The Roxio supplied adapter allows for two channels. Which of the two channels should I use; white or red, or does it matter?

 

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I don't remember if it mattered but I think I used red.

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I did some mono recording using one RCA then a Y splitter with two RCA's. There is no difference in the recording or the sound of the recording except increasing the volume about 3dB. Two of the same exact signals will just make it a bit louder, it won’t change the sound at all.

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I did some mono recording using one RCA then a Y splitter with two RCA's. There is no difference in the recording or the sound of the recording except increasing the volume about 3dB. Two of the same exact signals will just make it a bit louder, it won’t change the sound at all.

 

Yes, BUT (love that term) it is an easy way to get audio to both the left and right channels if the audio is mono.

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. I used the Roxio Easy VHS to DVD3 for converting VHS tapes without any problems but am now trying to convert High 8 video tapes from a handheld Canon E70 video camera to dvd. It to only has one audio out channel similar to the discussion above. I am able to get video to come through but no audio comes through. It doesn't matter if I use the red or the white connection. Any help would be appreciated.

 

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D

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. I used the Roxio Easy VHS to DVD3 for converting VHS tapes without any problems but am now trying to convert High 8 video tapes from a handheld Canon E70 video camera to dvd. It to only has one audio out channel similar to the discussion above. I am able to get video to come through but no audio comes through. It doesn't matter if I use the red or the white connection. Any help would be appreciated.

 

Thanks,

 

D

 

How old is that camcorder? Did you try a couple of different tapes to see if that one has audio? Do you hear audio if you connect the camcorder to a plyback device ot listen to it with the camcorder?

 

I would be that you don't have your Windows setting to record from you camcorder. Right clcik on the speaker icon at the bottom right of your desktop and set to recording device to the sound card. See if that works or if you have the USB device as an option. Since you didn't give us much information, it is impossible to go much beyond what I gave you above.

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