I am trying to capture using Movie Maker to my laptop (HP DV9000) via HP ExpressCard Digital/Analog TV Tuner. The capture device is a Sony 35mm video camera. I am using Svideo out and the red/white out from the camera going in to the TV Tuner card. I get the video fine, but no audio. On the device selection page of movie maker, the only input sound device listed is my sound card of the laptop. The method options are Microphone, CD Audio, and Wave Out Mix. I have selected each one of these individually and do not get any audio. Any suggestions? Thank you
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<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 />
It connects to a USB port. You have 2 on the right side of your laptop. The device has two RCA ports which should provide the connections you seek.
A device like this one or similiar should give you the best "Quality" audio transfer.
But if cost is more of an issue, you can find "Patch cables" at you local electronics store to go from RCA jacks to stereo headphone jack this will allow you to port the information in through your Microphone jack.
In QuickPlay, AV input is under media (the Icon that shows headphones, movie reel, and photos), not under TV (Icon of monitor). Why they put it there, I have no idea, but that's where I found it. BTW, I'm running QuickPlay 3.7 v.6112
I have had this problem also the way I fixed mine was to download a driver from
http://www.hauppauge.com/site/support/support_mce.html then go and buy yourself a digital antenna.. it cannot be a regular one cause it does not have the proper digital capture.. this all fixed my problems
Since VHSC camcorders feature only analog outputs: it is not possible to connect the camcorder directly to a PC (unless a computer video card is equipped with analog inputs). The only way to transfer images from the camcorder to a PC will be using an external device capable of analog/digital signal conversion. JVC has released a capture device model, GV-CB3U which has the capability of video capture of a single frame in either Bitmap or JPEG format. The GV-CB3 can be connected to any video source through a standard video or S-Video connector and download single image to a PC using serial port (RS232C communication port). The JLIP Video Capture software necessary to transfer images to the computer as well as connecting cables are supplied with this product. You can also use 3rd party hardware (Video Capturing device) to send information from your camera to a PC. Visit your local PC or Office store for more information on other video capturing devices.