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No audio when importing vhs tapes into moviemaker via composite

No audio when importing vhs tapes into windows movie maker via composite cables

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You need to connect rca jacks or the mini jacks to the anolog side of your sound card and the 9 pin connector will use for video to capture aslo if your using windows movie maker you need to select the imput type and mpeg 2 or mpeg3.

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In MovieMaker, on the left side where it lists:
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You want to "Import Video", by clicking that and browsing to the DVD-R to find what could be MPG files, or VOB files. They're both MP2 DVD format video and audio files.

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1. Use the software that came with the camera to capture the video and import the resulting file into Movie Maker. OR
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• MiniDV tapes
• Computer that supports a digital video connection
• Microsoft Windows XP with Service Pack 2, which includes Movie Maker 2.1
• i.Link port (also known as FireWire or IEEE 1394) on your computer
The service Pack 2 is essential in this case and not to be confused with Service Pack 3.

After you meet these requirements, follow this set of instructions to work the Movie Maker 2.1
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4. Edit and save

the following steps are needed to transfer your videos to your computer.
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Can't import video into Windows Movie Maker


Windows Movie Maker is a basic video editing and creating software developed by Microsoft. It contains features such as effects, transitions, titles/credits, audio track, timeline narration, and Auto Movie. The accepted formats for import by Windows Movie Maker are WMV, .AVI, MPG, .ASF, .WMA, .WAV, and MP3.

Puzzled about how to import DVD to Windows Movie Maker for further editing? iOrgSoft DVD Ripper can do that job. Not only rip DVD to Windows Movie Maker acceptable videos including AVI, WMV, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, ASF, but also convert DVD to MPEG-4, MOV, AVC (H.264), MOV, 3GP, FLV, SWF.

Tutorial: How to Rip DVD to Windows Movie Maker, import DVD to Windows Movie Maker?
Step1: Locate your favorite DVD to the program-DVD to Windows Movie Maker.

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Step 2: Specify output video format compatible for Windows Movie Maker, like AVI.

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Step 3: Click “start” button to start the process of ripping DVD movies to .AVI video.

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