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Capturing audio with my DVT 2000

After having the video capture card fitted and connecting all appropriate cables I can capture the video, but not the audio from my VHS player. Cables are connected from the VHS player using yellow to yellow cable connected to the supplied jack for the S-video input into the card, Audio connected using 2 rca plug into single connected into the audio input on the card. Any help that can be provided will be appreciated.

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  • David Chaplin Jun 26, 2007

    Thankyou for your advice, I have checked the audio properties and selected the video capture card as the default device for sound recording and for voice recording and confirmed that none of the mute boxes are checked. I have also gone into the PVR2 configuration box and confirmed the Analog audio device is the "HD rear input, and the playback is the HD audio rear output connected to the speakers. Audio out control line is "CD player" and recording control line is "CD audio". I have also attempted several other of the combinations, but unfortunately still no sound. Is there anything else you can suggest?

  • David Chaplin Jul 11, 2007

    Hello, back again, unfortunately no joy as yet. Returned computer to the business that supplied and installed the DVT2000H, after much carry-on and testing they have not been able to solve it. Now that I have my computer back, I have been attempting to reinstall the software, using the Winfast Multimedia Software Pack version 6.0a and it is freezing part way through the installation. Unfortunately, I am now worse off, any advice?
    Regards

  • David Chaplin Jul 12, 2007

    Today, deleted and reinstalled software capture card works to pick up local free to air television. Reconnected VCR as instructed in the WinFast Quick Installation Guide and can capture the video fine again, but no sound again. Have confimed that audio is connected, audio from Free to air TV is fine. Have confimed that audio out from VCR works when connedcted directly through the TV.

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Double click the little yellow speaker icon in the bottom right corner of the screen. Click 'Options'. Click on 'Properties'. Check the boxes, click 'OK'. Make sure nothing is muted. You can also go into 'Control Panel' and then 'Sounds and Multimedia'. Check you see if that is set properly. Write back and let me know.

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  • Raymond Scott
    Raymond Scott Jun 26, 2007

    This might seem dumb but is there an audio connector on the card? Take the case off again and look on the video board for an audio connector that should be connected.

  • Raymond Scott
    Raymond Scott Jul 11, 2007

    Check out the web page I found.http://tw1965.myweb.hinet.net/WinFastPVR...
    In the meantime I'm working on a diagram for your setup.

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