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I have problem Video Capture form VHS

My computer no Detected Signal Video input from VHS conection Composite. this computer dispaly message no signal video detected. thanks you

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Re: I have problem Video Capture form VHS

Try another computer and use that one to see if it would isolate the issue for your computer.

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I have pinnacle dvd recorder, in step 1 i dont have the option to select dazzle dvd i only have pinnacle file capture therefore i cant get my vhs to transferr

Hi lloyd_kin466
I'm not familiar with Pinnacle stuff but in any capture software , you need to customize the capture options . Set the system to PAL or to NTSC , select the entry . If you are reading from a VHS device , select " composite " and not TV ... etc ... It should work unless your software hasn't been correctly installed or is not compatible with your OS .
Best regards ,
fanaudi .

Aug 31, 2011 | Pinnacle Dazzle DVD Recorder

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ATI Radeon X1659 Pro - Which pins carry the composite video signal on the 7-pin S-Video output?


Looking at the female socket, there is a flat 'key' (slot) at the bottom of the socket, there are four pins directly above that.

The composite pins are the two middle pins of the four. Looking at the female socket, the left of those two pins (pin 7) is the composite video ground. And the right of those two pins (pin 6) is the composite video signal.

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It says an invalid input signal has not been detected.also the cables are in correctly and another problem there's no picture in the preveiw screen

Welcome to Fixyah,

Here check this link

Jul 05, 2010 | Pinnacle Dazzle DVD Recorder

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I dont have picture for recording


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.


Mar 11, 2010 | Pinnacle Dazzle DVD Recorder

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Keep getting message - a valid input signal has not been detected. Please check your cables.

Hi and Welcome to FIxyah.

When you see that kind of message all you have to do is to turn your camcorder,vcr,VHS, then after that hit play button, now check if the said error message come out again.
Now make sure that the video preview showing your video and if there is no video showing you must check you video connection.

Feb 27, 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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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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No audio when importing vhs tapes into moviemaker via composite

you need to connect rca jacks or the mini jacks to the anolog side of your sound card and the 9 pin connector will use for video to capture aslo if your using windows movie maker you need to select the imput type and mpeg 2 or mpeg3.

Jun 19, 2009 | Pinnacle Dazzle DVD Recorder

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Capture video from composite input

you should make sure everything that may cause interference is away from any of those cables, such as cable/dsl modem, wifi router..etc because they cause a large amount of electromagnetic interference

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Dazzle dvd recorder

hi alldown2me

Did u install the software including the patch properly?
what kind of connection did u use? (RCA,ANALOG,Fire WIRE, etc)

Please feel free to reply should you need further assistance.


May 05, 2008 | Pinnacle Dazzle DVD Recorder

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