Tv anywhere plus tv card skew between audio and video capture.
Recording a tv program or strait input from cassette video recorder - there is a skew created between the audio and the video data, in two hour recording - the shift is more than 2 seconds... imposible to watch!
is there any good advice that you can give me
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You need to have a TV capture card or modem connected to your system. Some of the Card come with the capture software use the software to record the program of your choice or get another software to help you do the capturing. But you must have a TV cpature card or modem.
Your VHS recorder has a Coaxe output! So does your card the sound will be replicated there as well, now it would not hurt to get a capture card that has those plugs as you rendering would be much more prestine. Pluag you VHS into the coaxe input on your card set the channel to 3 and you got it bud!!!
On the "Audio Settings" in the Life View software, at the "Audio Input Source" on the drop down arrow, select "None". This settings will use the internal PCI Bus for listening and recording TV. The audio loop back cable in this case is not needed anymore.
i have been useing a tv anywhere master for some years now, good card. take a look at the cables,and settings in the pvr software, mine mutes itself sometimes, so now before i view video, i check these settings. hope this is helpful..
The problem would appear to be your audio settings.
You have the audio input set to Realtek HD Audio Input. That is the audio input on your soundcard, not the video capture card. You will need to change this so that you have the capture card selected. (I am not familiar with this exact model of card so I can't tell you exactly what it will be called.)
Alternatively, if you are trying to capture the audio via your soundcard (not recommended as it can cause sync problems) you will need to make sure that the 'line in' channel in enabled in the Windows mixer:
Start>Control Panel>Sounds & Audio Devices>Audio Tab>Click Volume in sound recording section>Tick Line In