HOW T DO I CONECT A VHS VIDEO RECORDER TO MY WINFAST TV 2000XP EXPET TV CAPTURE CARD ?
WHERE DO I CONNET THE AUDIO AND VIDEO CABLES FRON THE VHS RECORDER TO THE COMPUTER? SOUND TO SOUND CARD? VIDEO TO CAPTURE CARD?. MY CAPTURE CARD HAS NO RCA VIDEO IN CONNECTION. DO I NEED TO REPLACE MY CAPTURE CARD OR CAN I UPGRADE IT?
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Your VHS recorder has a Coaxe output! So does your card the sound will be replicated there as well, now it would not hurt to get a capture card that has those plugs as you rendering would be much more prestine. Pluag you VHS into the coaxe input on your card set the channel to 3 and you got it bud!!!
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Hi, You need to buy USB 2.0 Video Capture Adapter Card to do this action.. Pls visit the URL below as an example.. Hope this helps!Take care and please Remember to rate/vote and give me 4 Thumbs Up for me to continue for Helping out the Community :) Thanks
<p>Equipment needed <br />
<p> <br />
<li>Analog Capture Card (you can find prices here)</li>
<li>Sound card (some capture cards has their own audio input)</li>
<li>Capture Software (Windows Movie Maker 2 can do this)</li></ol><br />
<p>Steps to perform<br />
<p> <br />
<li>Hook up your capture device to your computer</li>
<li>Turn on your PC, install the drivers</li>
<li>Hook up your analog player to your capture card with the
<li>Load your capture software</li>
<li>Set the capture options (video and audio)</li>
<li>Start the capture process</li>
<li>Start the playback on your analog device</li>
<li>Once the analog device has finished, press stop</li>
<li>Stop the capture process</li>
<li>Save the video</li></ol><br />
<p>Remember, you capture card merely records the signals that
comes from you analog device. If the footage is blurry and choppy, it's
probably because of aged tapes or dirty video heads.<br />
Hi, You need to buy USB 2.0 Video Capture Adapter Card to do this action.. Pls visit the URL below as an example.. Hope this helps! Take care and please Remember to rate/vote and give me 4 Thumbs Up for me to continue for Helping out the Community :) Thanks
in this case the camera doesn't have a usb for direct conection to the pc. you need a video card with video in it will have a yellow RCA conection. and you will need a program like BLAZE MEDIA PRO, using this method you will strem the video to the pc in real time . it means you havto use the RCA cable you use to plug the camcorder to the TV, connect the yellow color to the back of pc if you have the proper video input. for the audio you will need a 3.5mm cable (like headphone jack) it end in female RCA (RED - WHITE) this will go to the headphone input, or to the line in. depending on the pc.
IF you dont have a video card with video in, you need a Video Capture card.( it will have the 3 RCA conections) and it will include software to record from camera to pc.
let say you were able to connet the camera using any of the two options.
it is time to run Blaze media pro. this is all in one video application, you will have 30 days free trial period, if you like it i will recommend to get it. anyway, after you start the program it will have an option on the right side MORE VIDEO OPTIONS. click on it and it will show you get video from. and it will show you the video from the camcorder.
rewind, press play on camcorder and press record on pc and it will record the video in REAL TIME, like you just to do it in a VCR
What he means, is that you should get a cable to connect your VHS player with the soundcard. Presumably your TV card doesn't have integral sound. Look at the connections. Your VHS player probably takes phono cable, while your soundcard probably takes mini-jack. So a cable that has a single stereo mini-jack in one end and two (red and white or occasionally black) phone connections in the other end. Those are easy to come by if you go to an electronics store.
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.