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Black and white and no sound!

I have connected the DVD maker to my vcr and started up powerproducer, but when I try to capture the video, the picture shows in black and white and in poor quality. There is also no sound. I can still record it, and when I play it back there is sound, but the picture is awful. Do you have any suggestions?

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  • silver_grey_ Dec 12, 2009

    The video I am trying to copy to my laptop is a home video that was recorded from the TV a long time ago. It shouldn't be copy protected. Also, when I plugged the DVD maker into the TV and recorded onto my laptop from there, the result was the same; black and white with no sound until after I'd recorded.

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You are trying to copy or record a copy protected video or your VCR has internal copy prevention turned on. If you wish to copy tapes or dvd's, use a PC based system. You can also pull the raw video information off the VCR if you know where to connect to on the video board of the VCR. I cannot tell you how to to this as I have no idea which VCR you are using however, google the brand and model of your VCR, find a schematic and you should be able to pick the raw video feed into the video decoder chip and use that. Use shielded cables and NEVER undertake any work inside anything when it is plugged into the power outlet, disconnect it first by removing the plug from the outlet (never rely on the switch either).

Posted on Dec 12, 2009

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    Dave Sargent Dec 12, 2009

    In that case, I would suspect a faulty capture card or USB issue.
    Home video's should normally not be protected ( but can be if you wish) and most TV programmes are not protected so it sounds like your problem is elsewhere. Have you tried copying direct from a video camera with the A/V output. If that is also below standard, suspect the Kworld DVD maker..

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