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Re: Audio problem - tv@anywhere plus
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..
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I went through the same issue when I bought this unit new. After going round and round, I learned that you MUST use the little dual plug audio wire to put on end into the video card OUT plug (green out line) and the other end into the Audio Card IN (blue in line). That will splice your TV Card into your audio card and sound will miracuosly appear (once you fine tune your audio outputs!). Hope that helps!
re-install the software, after completely removing it, registry and all. chances are you may have updated your soundcard drivers, and the avermedia software failed to keep up. alternatively, try looking in your audio devices and multimedia settings. if you are using more than one sound device (you are if you run a tv card, essentially), make sure the audio device selected is the windows audio mapper. this will re-direct all inputs to your output device accordingly, and you will regain control. failing that, upgrade your tv card. they aint all that... :)
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
Well, looks like you went through all the steps, but I'm wondering about one thing...
If you goto: Start -> Control Panel -> Sound and Audio devices
There are 5 tabs at the top, 2 of which you'll be paying attention to "audio" and "voice".
On these tabs are the record settings, which you will want to have the drivers for the m-audio in the record processes.
For instance, I have 4 options in the record process:
Logitech (mic built into camera)
SoundMax (sound card)
Bluetooth Audio (bluetooth server)
BlueTooth High quality audio (bluetooth server)
Out of the 4, I have logitech enabled in the record area (which isn't the right thing as the camera doesn't work anymore...jeez, found something that I need to fix on my PC now...)