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• It does not support "NTFS" and the maximum file size of a single file is 4GB.
• Progressive format jpeg files are not supported.
• Due to the compatibility limitation, not all of USB devices are able to be
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• In USB devices, video files may not be played properly if speed is not enough.
I had the same problem. I attempted to solve it by using two EZYcaps with the idea of splitting the sound and video streams but as they use the same driver that didn't work. Splitting the video and sound inputs to two USB ports is the key to success. What did work was when I tried plugging in an old USB SoundBlaster sound stick. It is a little thing like a thumb drive but with two mini jacks, one for mic and one for earphones. I plug the mic into the SoundBlaster and the S-Video into the EzyCap. As the SoundBlaster uses a different driver they don't clash.
I also use "SplitCam" to put it all back together and stream the whole lot to the internet. Split Cam also lets me stream to inSpeak video chat while I also stream to Livestream. check out the results on www bgemc.org site. The second EzyCap sits as a spare in my bag. I also audio record the service at the same time. This is all done through a Toshiba Satellite laptop. CPU usage is usually below 30% often down to 10%. By the way I used to use ManyCAM and U-Stream but didn't get good results. All the best. Malachi.
1. Press the menu button(green) 2. down arrow once - (a picture of a speaker should appear with sound written vertically next to it) 3. Right arrow once (selects the sound menu) 4. Down arrow till you see FM transmitter (down arrow 4 times on my TV. If you don't see the FM transmitter option in the menu then upgrade your TV to the latest software (details at the end of this help file) 5. Right arrow to get into the FM transmitter menu 6. select the "FM transmitter: off" line and turn it on (FM transmitter : on) 7. Change the frequency to to one that is not used by a radio station or has interference noise (get a radio and tune it till you hear the choosh sound with no beeping or clicking from lightning - then set the tv fm transmitter to that frequency using the up and down arrow keys and enter. 8. You should here your tv sound comming through the radio even if the tv sound is off.
If you need to upgrade your tv software then: 1. format a usb stick 2. download firmware.exe from" http://www.samsung.com/za/consumer/tv-audio-video/television/lcd-tv/LA32C530F1RXXA/index.idx?pagetype=prd_detail&tab=support 3. click on firmware 4. click on "Upgrade File(USB type)" and download it to your usb stick 5. when the download is complete double click on the file and extract it to the usb stick. 6. eject the usb stick. 7. plug it into your TV and slelect software upgrade when prompted - I didn't loose any settings even though it warns you that you will (samsung are just covering themselves)
you tried a couple of cables and tried two different tv's, with the same results, the outputs to the xbox 360 is on the main board itself so the main board is bad. You did everything I would have done.
If you can't see separate audio capture device in VLC and you aren't using separate cable from your device to your soundcard, then you can't get sound with VLC. If you use separate cable, make sure you have selected you soundcard as audio capture device.