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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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Re: capturing audio with my DVT 2000

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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