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Capture how do i set up studio 11 to capture on my second hard drive? thanks

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    how do u do this though

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We do recommend to capture in your Internal Hard driver first then transfer it later to your external hard drive. To avoid any eperience like video and audio is not sync or dropping frames.

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Hi patrick,

Looking up the Dazzle DVD recorder, I found this:

System Requirements
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But, Pinnacle who makes the Dazzle does have this info on Mac Video capture:

http://www.pinnaclesys.com/PublicSite/us/Products/Consumer+Products/Home+Video/Studio+Family/Video+Capture+for+Mac.htm

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Welcome to fixyah,

Open your Studio 12 and then click on capture tab and then go ahead and click on setup capture source under video click and choose your dazzle device. Connect your yellow red and white cable to your dazzle and then end part to your HI 8 camcorder. Open your camcorder and when the video showing to your preview windows of Studio 12 then hit start capture

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When transfering the VHS to my external hard drive, the audio is not in sync with the video. What can I do??? I'm using the DAZZLE DVD Recorder Convert device and have Windows XP.


Try to capture the video first in your drive C and please check if you will get the same result. If not try capture the whole video and do the copy and paste so that you can transfer it to your external hard drive.

If you still getting the same result when capturing the video to the drive C.

Try to defrag your hard drive C. Disable your antivirus and firewall connection.

Update the driver of your video card and sound card.

If your using a laptop or the desktop. Make sure that the dazzle device is connected at the back USB and not in the front.

Hope this help

Jul 15, 2010 | Pinnacle Dazzle DVD Recorder

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I have my dazzle connected properly but when i go into windows movie maker it records the sound of my television but there is no picture?


Hi and Welcome to Fixya,

Did you mean you are recording video and audio using your Television set? I'm afraid that dazzle is not design to used if for capturing or even capturing using Windows Movie maker. Because dazzle device is design to used for Pinnacle Studio program and Instant DVD recorder program only, It is not supported to used for both of them. That is the reason why there is no Picture while recording.

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Hi,

The "Capturing" time is limited (from my experience) only by the free space on your hard drive that is used for data storage. You can change this drive setting in the setups inside the studio software. You may want to refer to the Pinnacle User Forums on www.pinnaclesys.com they can be very helpful.

If you mean something else by your word "Recording" can you please specify what that might be ?

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No colour when I record using the Dazzle DVD Recorder.


Get a program called amcap and you also need pinnacle studio first open pinnacle studio then go to capture then if your using 12 dv then open amcap an error will come up then go to options then video filter settings or something then where it says pal or ntsc change it to secam b then go to pinnacle studio and look at the preview, it is in color then when you start recording it goes black and white again so open amcap go to options then video capture filter then change secam to ntsc then apply then go to secam b again then it will be recording in color then you have to cut out the black and white in pinnacle studio or any other video editing program I use sony vegas pro 9 then search tutorials on the program but it is easy in any program really.

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Trouble with audio on pinnacle video transfer


I have had this problem several times, and there is a simple solution that has always worked for me. If I clear space on my external hard drive and de-fragment it, it seems to make the problem go away.

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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.

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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.

Regards
andrew

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