How do you make it work in windows7
I found this on a forum....I hope it helps!
This review is from: VHS To DVD 4.0 Deluxe [OLD VERSION] (CD-ROM)
I needed a way to connect my PS3 to my PC so I can take some screenshots and I only had 2 days to do this so I searched Amazon for VHS to DVD's and this was the one the best rated products. Next I went to Honestech to make sure Honestech VHS to DVD 4.0 Deluxe was compatible with Windows 7, and it was. So I rushed down to my local Fry's Electronics to pick one up, price was about the same so no problem there.
Once everything was installed hardware/software/drivers, I ran the Honestech software and after a few minutes of running my PC just locks up. So I rebooted and tried again, but again my PC locked up, now I am confused since they said it was Windows 7 compatible and I did get the latest software from Honestech site. I first thought it was my PC but after some testing I did discover that it was Honestech software that was locking up my PC.
OK so here is what I did to make it all work, forget the Honestech software you don't need it. Go to Honestech site and get the drivers for "HT VIDBOX NW03" this is what comes with the Honestech VHS to DVD 4.0 Deluxe. Download and install the drivers and restart, go into Device Manager and make sure you are not getting any device conflict and that everything is installed right. On Windows 7 the only thing I saw that Windows 7 didn't have drivers for was the audio, so installing these drivers fixed that problem. Now Google Virtualdub, it's a free video editing tool, Open Virtualdub go to File and select Capture AVI. Now under Device go select your USB2.0 VIDBOX NW03 (DirectShow), you should now see video coming from your HT VIDBOX NW03 go to File and select Set Capture File, enter the file name you want your video file to be and where you want to save it and hit save. Now go to Capture and hit Capture Video to start recording, and it Capture Video again to stop recording, that's it you are done.
Jan 02, 2015 |
Televison & Video