updates: • Download the DC60+ Video adapter with audio
drivers and utilities file to your computer. DC60+ Video adapter with audio
drivers • Unzip this file to a directory you will
remember, such as DC60+. • Uninstall the old drivers for Video adapter with
audio from your computer at first, and leave your DC60+ Video adapter with audio
plugged into your PC or laptop. • Run setup.exe, from the directory
file. • Plug DC60+ Video adapter with audio into your PC or laptop, and click
“OK” or “Next” to update the latest drivers. Please find the installation step
through Quick Installation Guide or Software and driver CD. Name: dc60+
driver.rar Version: 184.108.40.206851 Size: 28.5MB Updated: May 17th,
Vista Ultimate requires a Digitally Signed driver, which the one off the CD is not. So the makes of the driver need to do the right thing, and get their drivers signed so the damn program will run, or someone please tell me how to disable the damn nag screens in Vista so it will run regardless. It's up to me after all, not Microsoft.
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hi : i get the same problem but i solve it ............ how ? i uset tow kind of cables in the same time : the svedio cable and the av cable from the source connect the svedio normally to get a vedio and the av cabe tow of them : the red and the white in their same color jacks . to the easycap connect the svedio normally and the red av to the red and the white to the white and leave the yellow
but unfortunetlly this way work vey perfect withe me only on widows xp sp3 and im still keep trying to make it work on vista . good luck to all .
I have windows vista and my drivers load fine. Plug in the unit and the drivers load. I have the 4 camera easycap and the VCR easycap.
Install drivers first before plugging in the unit. Restart computer, plug in unit, check device manager if there is a stk1150 loaded under image.
My problem is getting small files from the recordings. I converted 2 mins of my daughters dance solo and it turned out 1.7gb AVI file without sound. Changing the options to mpeg or WV files will crash the program becuase something doesn't match. I need to play with it more to understand it better.
do you have enough memory on your computer to complete the recording? i had a problem once where it stopped recording because i was running low on memory. in that case i just had to delete unnecessary things to make room.
if that is not the issue, please take a screen shot (the button on your keyboard that says "Print Screen", then go to Paint and click edit>paste) and show me the messages you are receiving, and i may be able to help.
I had exactly the same problem and solved it by updating the drivers for the USB sound/audio device.
My XP version is in Swedish so I´m not sure what it says in English, but it should say something like the following.
Go to the "Device manager" by right clicking on "This computer" and choosing "Properties", locate the "USB sound/audio device" under the "Sound, Video and Game"-category and right click and chose "Update drivers". Then chose "Search for drivers on the internet" and chose "Recommended installation". My new drivers are called "USB EMP Audio Device". They work perfectly.
I wasn´t able to update the actual EasyCap video adapter, but it doesn´t seem to matter if you´re having problems with the sound. Although I can´t use an S-videocable, only a videocable, otherwise the picture turns black and white.
I had the same problem. No picture and no sound.
Here is what I did to solve it.
1. I Un-installed the software and restarted the computer. 2. Placed the installation CD (that came with the product) back in the CD drive. 3. Click on "Install Driver" (this only installs the USB 2 drivers so that the computer can see the device)
Make sure you do not attach the Easycap Device before you have installed the USB Driver (as above).
4. Once USB Driver has been installed then plug in the Easycap USB Device, windows should then detect the new device, to make sure:- 5. Right Click "My Computer" "Properties" "Hardware" "Device Manager" check "Imaging Device" (which is where my STK1150 Driver was installed) and make sure it has no yellow exclamation mark next to it.
6. Go back to CD and "install the Uplead Software", you then have to Restart the computer.
Once all installed you can then connect your external device VHS Player/Camcorder etc to the Easycap device, using the Red/Yellow/White leads.
I like many before me, tried and I tried to get the image to play on the software "Capture" screen but all to no avail, I was pulling my hair out, I wasted two days on it, I finally decided that this product was a total load of rubbish and I had wasted my money and it had to go.
Then a major break through, some smarty pants made the comment about INPUTS & OUTPUTS, my prayers along with many others could have been answered ??....
I had actually plugged the Red/Yellow/White leads into the INPUT terminals of the external VHS Player, when they should be plugged into the OUTPUT terminals of the external VHS Player/Camcorder.
On a Camcorder the RED/Yellow/White terminals are usually Output terminals but on a VHS Player they are usually always Input only !!....
I tried running my Camcorder through the software and Hey Presto that worked a treat.
So in order to get my VHS to play through the software I ended up having to buy a Scart OUT (very important "OUT") Red/Yellow/White adapter (see link for product image)