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Capture working from camera but not from movie box VCR analoge input

Movie box VCR analoge input worked before but now there is a distorted or no picture and sound.

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Check the Image source if well shielded. Weak or broken shield in cable will affect the video-sound quality. Try different cable and analog video source. Once you ensure that nothing is wrong at input side. Uninstall-Reinstall the driver and the accompanied software also update driver and the software from Pinnacles support website.
Here is the link for the latest downloads and updates

Good Luck

Posted on Jan 21, 2008


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