Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Again I got the same picture first picture in this post I installed the latest ATI drivers. Works like a charm. I thought all the XPRO cards had the same features.
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They write sloppy drivers. I can capture using the cheesy Window Movie Maker so I know the card works. I did some tracing of the wiring with a multi-meter and found the cable I was using was connecting the wrong pins so I think some wires are broke inside, as the SCART kit I have has another cable included I used that and found it worked but the cable has a broken wire and needs to be bent to get the picture to apear on my monitor.
Years ago Any advice? I don’t see anywhere in Vegas or ATI to change capture inputs.
I thought I could specfiy another app, but the ATI option doesn’t appear for me to choose it. It’s discussed in this thread.
Edited March 2, by Rob Both started working again when I did a sytem restore to the day before windows installed the fix. Reboot often, between procedures.
Again Caprure got the same picture first picture in this post Where are you directing the input? I don’t think that that card has an analog to digital converter so it cannot be used for that. I even disabled my internet connection so that nothing could be downloaded from internet I need to kill the application in order to exit.
I actually never give up. How do I turn that off? I just avstrwam the powersuply Video requires patience, and that includes the hardware, which is a wee bit more complex than normal stuff.
Uninstall everything again, from every location possible. I also tried the latest stable VirtualDUB 1. I will print out every single post. VHS to PC capture, cabling problem! Correct, it is unrelated, wvstream don’t connect audio out to the TV in and I have no audio connected in the first place.
Results 1 to 30 of The result was rolling horizontal grey bars I will try again This might not be helpful specifically, but First you will need to clean out any old installs. Moreover, using simple AMCap application, the video is correctly captured in an.
Sign in Already have an account? And used the cd i have I did some tracing of the avstrsam with a multi-meter and found the cable I was using was connecting the wrong pins Well that’s the thing, I did connect audio out to TV in, and I got rolling grey bars.
I guess I bought this card about years ago.
There are two ways to wire a scart to composite adapter, depending on whether it is used for recording or playback.