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Pictures and videos show no picture, just a red "X" in the left upper corner

No picture or video will show picture, only empty box with a red "X" in the left upper corner.

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I have red, white and yellow leads plus an S video going from the Dazzle to the TV and the TV connected to the VCR by a Scart, I record sound but no picture. Am I hooked up correctly and what do I select...


If you are using "Composite" output the leads are red/white = sound. Yellow = video. If you are using S-video cable then yes you will need to select that option in the menu.
Hope this helps, Dave

Mar 16, 2011 | Pinnacle Dazzle DVD Recorder

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Whenever I try to connect dazzle it says.... failed to get video from device. It is coming from an xbox 360. and I know that xbox works with dazzle and pinnacle. I hooked it up all right.


donwload amcap
on amcap click
options
video capture filter
video image
tick the boxes
ext audio and usb audio
then go back to video capture filter
on video decoder
change the video to ntsc _433
then you will have audio and black n white picture then
change ntsc_433 to secam_B
than load pinnacle then capture/import

then you will have picture colour audio

Aug 01, 2010 | Pinnacle Video Transfer

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SYNCANISATION OUT


It sounds as if the software is 'dropping frames'

Video consists of 25 frames per second. When capturing video, the computer has to read and compress each frame in real time. If your processor is not fast enough, it cannot keep up and will drop frames.

The problem is it only drops the video frames, not the audio frames, so over time the picture and sound go out of sync.

Make sure your computer meets the minimum specs. for the software. Also close any other programs that are running as this will lighten the load on your processor. If you've got loads of icons in the lower right-hand corner of your screen (these are all progrmas running in the background) close as many of these as possible as well.

Hope this helps,

Matt

May 01, 2010 | Pinnacle Dazzle DVD Recorder

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In the select Video window I do not have the buttons or a picture


Hi and welcome to Fixyah,

Open your Instant DVD recorder and then go ahead and select Go Direct to the advance mode. ONe window showing out there. Select your Dazzle dvc device and then click on options. Now click on video input and then click VHS input. On video input choose video composite if your video cable is yellow, red,white cable. Then click okay. Make sure that your cable is direct connect to the video out put of your camcorder. If still the same thing uninstall your video device driver. Video device is located under control panel>system>hardware>sound video and games controller then right click on pinnacle video and audio device uninstall. Restart the computer.

Mar 29, 2010 | Pinnacle Dazzle DVD Recorder

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I dont have picture for recording


Hi,

Welcome to Fixyah,

If yo can't see any picture please check your video cable connection.
>checked if the video cable is properly connected from dazzle to your camcorder.
>if you connect you camcorder,vhs,VCR using S-video then go ahead and click on option on step number 1 click on video input and then click on S-Video click also VHS input and then click okay.
>If RCA the same thing click on option then video input and then select Composite.
>Turn your camcorder,VHS,VCR on and then hit played button.
>checked your preview screen if the video image is now showing, If showing then start recording.

Regards.

Mar 11, 2010 | Pinnacle Dazzle DVD Recorder

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Where is the video card located and what does it look like


There are two type of video adapters, a card type and integrated.

Integrated is when it is part of the motherboard. Card type is when it is a expansion card that is installed onto the motherboard.

Easiest way to tell which you have is by where you connect your monitor to your computer. If you connect by all your USB connections, mouse/keyboard connections then it is integrated...you can not replace it unless you replace the motherboard.

If you connect your monitor further away from the above mentioned, then you are most likely using a card type of video card. Here is a picture of what an installed video card would look like. The video card is the part that has the "small" fan on it. The left side of the picture is the back of the computer.
http://tech.icrontic.com/draco/images/articles/tech_tips_5_vga_cooler/ws_installed.jpg

Here is a picture of an uninstalled video card.
http://en.wiki2buy.com/images/7/77/Video_Card.jpg

Hope this helps you.

Feb 02, 2010 | Graphics Cards

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I can read the text but can't see the pic in some e-mails I get.


I'd like to suggest that you upgrade your java script, and see if this helps. It's very easy to do. All you have to do is go to www.java.com, and on this homepage, click on the ->Free Java Download <- blue button.

Apr 14, 2009 | Toshiba (5105-S701) Graphic Card

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Before downloading Yahoo Messenger 9.0, I could view videos on the Internet but now where the video used to be, there is just a big white box and a small box in the upper left corner with red & blue...


You are missing either a video codec or possibly need to update Flash and/or Java.

www.adobe.com - to update flash player
www.java.com - to update Java

Mar 19, 2009 | Graphics Cards

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How do I replace the video card on my emachine T6528


To replace the video card:

  1. Make sure everything is unplugged and computer is on a table. (Static is a bad thing)
  2. Remove the left side panel (should be 3 screws on the back)
  3. Panel usually slides back then pops off.
  4. Video card should be about halfway down.
  5. With the computer on it's side, remove the screw holding the old video card in.
  6. Pull the old card out. (might be a tab at the base of card)
  7. Put new card in. (Careful not to push too hard)
  8. Make sure all screws are put back in there proper place.
  9. Reconnect all cables. (Power cable should be last)
  10. Boot up the computer and install the drivers for the new card.
Now where's my $150???? LOL Kind of ridiculous what they charge for simple tasks. I'm not sure, but I think this voids the warranty on emachines?

Mar 11, 2009 | Graphics Cards

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ATI RADEON X1650 -- Video degrades during vewing - becomes blotchy and red


welcome to fixya

the video card might not be getting enough power you should have a 500w power supply or higher with that video card if you have this already might want to see if you can download any new drivers for the video card

i hope this helps out have a good day

Jul 18, 2008 | ATI RADEON X1650 Graphic Card

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