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Video capture function has weak audio when using dongle connectio

When I capture a video from my camcorder or vcr using the input on the tv mode the audio is very weak. if i use line level audio from the rca jacks and if I use an amplified audio source the audio gets distorted before it is really as loud as it should be. I cannot find an adjustment for the audio input. You cannot use the line in on the motherboard and combine it with the video input from the dongle. This makes poor videos for u-tube. What am I doing wrong? xp pro sp 2

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Double click the speaker down by the clock, click options/properties and make sure line in has a check next to it then press ok, now go to your line in slider and raise the volume

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I am trying to use the Dazzle hooked up with my VCR ( I have done it before) but now the VCR is not playing the movie (can't see the video on my computer). The VCR is basic, it doesn't have an S Video


The setup should be like this.

VHS > RCA > Dazzle > Computer.

The cable must be connected at the back Audio/Video output not in the Input.

Please check also the online documentation below.

No video displayed in the Instant DVD Recorder preview window.
http://avid.custkb.com/avid/app/selfservice/search.jsp?DocId=226159

Nov 27, 2011 | Pinnacle Dazzle DVD Recorder

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Driver downloads


http://download.cnet.com/all-in-wonder-2006/3000-2108_4-94883.html

All-in-Wonder 2006 PCI Express (Powered by Radeon X1300) for quality picture, gaming, video editing and TV/PVR on your PC. Step-up to the all-in-one TV/PVR, video editing and gaming card for a complete digital multi-media system. The All-in-Wonder card delivers superior visual performance for all types of entertainment and productivity on the PC. This all-in-one card delivers 3D hardware acceleration, TV and FM radio on the PC with PVR capabilities, video editing and software, interactive program guides, stereo FM tuner and input output capabilities for multimedia devices such as DVD players, VCR's or camcorders. Enjoy the immersive visual experience ATI's All-In-Wonder 2006 PCI Express brings
hope this helps you

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In the select Video window I do not have the buttons or a picture


Hi and welcome to Fixyah,

Open your Instant DVD recorder and then go ahead and select Go Direct to the advance mode. ONe window showing out there. Select your Dazzle dvc device and then click on options. Now click on video input and then click VHS input. On video input choose video composite if your video cable is yellow, red,white cable. Then click okay. Make sure that your cable is direct connect to the video out put of your camcorder. If still the same thing uninstall your video device driver. Video device is located under control panel>system>hardware>sound video and games controller then right click on pinnacle video and audio device uninstall. Restart the computer.

Mar 29, 2010 | Pinnacle Dazzle DVD Recorder

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I dont have picture for recording


Hi,

Welcome to Fixyah,

If yo can't see any picture please check your video cable connection.
>checked if the video cable is properly connected from dazzle to your camcorder.
>if you connect you camcorder,vhs,VCR using S-video then go ahead and click on option on step number 1 click on video input and then click on S-Video click also VHS input and then click okay.
>If RCA the same thing click on option then video input and then select Composite.
>Turn your camcorder,VHS,VCR on and then hit played button.
>checked your preview screen if the video image is now showing, If showing then start recording.

Regards.

Mar 11, 2010 | Pinnacle Dazzle DVD Recorder

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No video is shown in the video source display


Hi and welcome to Fixyah,

If you used Instant DVD recorder and there is no video display. Open your IDVDR program
Choose go directly to the advance mode.
select capture source and choose your dazzle device
click on options and click on video input.
>if you used S-Video cable then click on S-Video
>if Composite go ahead and click on Composite.
>click also VCR input.
Now open your camcorder and hit play button. Check if still the same problem.

Jan 31, 2010 | Pinnacle Dazzle DVD Recorder

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Before buying a pinnacle video transfer I need to know if this appareil is vista compliant


Only requirements I see are video and audio input connections on our PC for the transfer/capture device. There are no actual drivers installed on Vista. If you are using Pinncale Studio software to work with the captured video, they do have versions advertised for Vista and Windows 7. If you have an older version, you may want to check the system requirements for that version. Upgrade versions appeared to be available.

Nov 11, 2009 | Pinnacle Video Transfer

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I need a picture of how to hook up the dazzle to the vcr


If your trying to capture from a vcr make sure that the cables "composite are connected at the back make sure it is plug in to the video out.

Next, connect the cables directly to the dazzle.

make sure that the vcr is on and it is playing.

In the program Instant DVD Recorder please go to the step 1 select the dazzle as your video source not pinnacle file capture.

Then click option check the VHS input.
Video input must be composite if your using the composite
Audio input must be the dazzle.

Jul 04, 2009 | Pinnacle Dazzle DVD Recorder

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ATI RADEON X600 ProGraphic Card can't capture video


no it is not a Video input device it is video out put device. You buy avermedia internal TV card and capture video

Jun 29, 2009 | ATI RADEON X600 Pro, (128 MB) PCI Express...

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Black screen have audio no video


Just to verify what program do you use in order to capture?

Are you trying to capture from a VCR or VHs?

Feb 16, 2009 | Pinnacle Dazzle DVD Recorder

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Recording stops within 10 minutes


Hi G-DyBiec

If the video capture automatically stops capturing at approximately 18 minutes (17 minutes and 55 seconds), then most likely the drive that is being capture to, is formated using Microsoft's FAT32 file system. Microsoft's FAT32 file system has a maxium file size of 4 GigaBytes (4 GB), which equates to a DV video clip of nearly 18 minutes. (18 minutes = 1080 seconds, @ a data rate of 3.6 MB/sec is approximately 4GB). So for hard drives that are formatted using FAT32, this behavior is normal. This is not a limitation of Studio..

To see what file system your hard drive uses do the following:

1. Right click on the Start button and choose Explore
2. Under My Computer, locate and highlight the drive you are capturing to
3. Right click and select Properites
4. On the General tab, towards the top, it will say "File System". It will be listed as either FAT32 or NTFS.

There are a few solutions if your drives are formatted using FAT32:
  1. Convert your FAT32 hard drive to NTFS *
  2. If you can copy any important data from this drive to other drives, it may be faster to re-format the FAT32 drive using the NTFS file system. **
  3. You can do multiple 18 minute captures and string them together in the Edit mode of Studio.
    • Since the first 18 minutes is already captured, rewind the camcorder or VCR to 5 - 10 seconds before the initial capture stopped (which can be edited out later in Studio).
    • Start a new capture to a new file name.
    • Repeat this process until all the desired video is captured from the tape.
    • After all the files have been captured, go to Edit and assemble the captured files from the Album to the timeline in the order you desire.
This is a manual method to workaround Microsoft's FAT32 file system and if this is too time intensive for your needs, then steps 1 and 2 above may be more suitable and should be considered.
* Note: If you need assistance with step 1 above, go to the Microsoft web site at http://www.microsoft.com/ and search on "convert FAT32 to NTFS".
** Note: If you need assistance with step 2 above, go to the Microsoft web site at http://www.microsoft.com/ and search on "how to format a drive in XP".

NOTE: Microsoft's NTFS file system is only supported on Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Vista. NTFS support a file size of 4 TB (terra bytes), which is larger than any current consumer hard drive capacity, so if NTFS is used, the capture file size will only be limited by the size of the hard drive.

Aug 13, 2008 | Pinnacle Dazzle DVD Recorder

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