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Audio in EasyCap/VS10

My VS10 is seeing the video from VHS tape player, but not audio. How to check the source of the problem? The recording is with audio - checked on TV set. Setting the "Preview audio with USB device" doesn't work. I tested EasyCap & VideoStudio 10 on Vista and Win2000+ServicePack 4. Can anybody help me?
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  • Anonymous May 02, 2008

    I am having the same problem. Video is fine but no audio. Also enabling Audio via USB doesn't work.

  • Anonymous May 27, 2008

    also able to capture video but audio is distorted please help

  • jimmy40 May 28, 2008

    I so have the same problem,no audio. was told to put audio line into the soundcard in line, Who knows it may work, going to try.



    "Other Thoughts: Keep in mind that if you use the audio inputs it will not output that sound directly to your speakers like it might do if you use your soundcards. That's fine for capturing but if you intend to use it to be able to watch stuff on your computer screen then line in on the soundcard is they way to go"

  • rm1608 Jul 01, 2008

    Sometimes I need to capture only sound of my old vinyl records by Easycap, but I don't know how to do it.
    If anyone can help me, I thank you a lot.

    Little World, from Brazil

    rm1608@yahoo.com


  • Anonymous Sep 02, 2008

    audio in easycap capture sounds like its crashing and dark vader in star wars

  • welshviking Oct 11, 2008

    i can get the video feed. sometimes i have to change the crossover settings to reinitialize the device. if i choose the s-video input then i can get the sound but then the video feed is green in ulvead vstudio

    btw, running stk1150 driver and ulead vstudio 10

  • jazzycats Jan 23, 2009

    I have the same problem,..all of a sudden no sound and only black and white images from dv camera.. I tried the kworld driver update,..but it wont take,..do you know where i can find the one mentioned abouve? the usb emp audio driver download? Any help would be great!

  • Anonymous May 08, 2009

    It is lame.

  • UJJAINKUMAR MHASAVEKAR May 11, 2010

    which capturing card are u using?

  • smbrandt64
    smbrandt64 Nov 20, 2012

    I have ss very simillar problem where the video records fine, but the audio will not record. I have downloaded various quick fix methods and tried just about everything I can think of. can you help me please?thanksSMB

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Hi

i upgraded the driver to stk1160 and the device is working correctly. i still cannot get the sound in the pc loudspeakers coz there is no usb-audio device installed for playback, just for recording. but that is a minor glitch. the sound is recorded with the video capture.

i have not tested the audio capture yet but i assume it will work just the same.

btw, i uninstalled ulead videostudio and just use windows moviemaker, the quality is fine.

download the driver from http://rapidshare.com/files/130191719/syntekSTK1160.rar.html

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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.

Hope this helps!

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I finally found a way to listen while playing

I had problem of only hearing after I record, just go to control panel, and look for the recording tab, then properties on your sound input, then search for "play it through",, and choose your speakers, sorry for not giving exact details due to difference in our OS's

hope this helps

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My EasyCap is seeing the video from VHS tape player, but not audio. How to check the source of the problem? The recording is with audio

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Guyz, if you still have problems with sound (noise) using Empia based EasyCap, download these drivers from here:
http://www.zshare.net/download/51444086407e957b/

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Also same problem no audio although vhs transferring great, WHY???help

Posted on May 28, 2008

  • jimmy40 May 28, 2008

    found this answer on another site, maybe it will work



    Other Thoughts: "Keep in mind that if you use the audio inputs it will not output that sound directly to your speakers like it might do if you use your soundcards. That's fine for capturing but if you intend to use it to be able to watch stuff on your computer screen then line in on the soundcard is they way to go"

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