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Angela Zeng Posted on Feb 08, 2007
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How to input audio with capturing the video?

I recently got a KWorld Video capture card. I installed the device and attached software to my new desktop (OS:WinXP home edition). I hoked up with my VHS using the composit input (yelow, white and red). But I only can catch video. There are no audio input to my computer. I checked my computer audio input, it works well. Is there someone can tell me what's happened and how can I solve this problem? Thank you.

  • Angela Zeng Feb 09, 2007

    Would you please give me more details what the problem might be? I checked software come with the card and I also try other softerware, like Nero, Easy CD & DVD creator to capture vedio. They are the same, eg, only has video but no audio input. Thanks

  • Angela Zeng Feb 14, 2007

    Hi Tim, Thanks for your your solution. I checked my computer. I did not find any external input,like TV/tuner ect. in the volume control/sound properties. Would you please tell me which one of sound input I need to select when I capture the video. Do I need to specify playback sound when I plaback the video I captured? This is my very first time to use the video capture function. Thank you very much.

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Excellent, Tim. I got it. The problem was that the hookup of the sound input was not correctly. Thank you very much.

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Try opening your volume control/sound properties and see if the volume is muted for the external input tv/tuner ect. If all is well there do like Tom said and UPDATE the capture software and even the drivers for video card and sound card. Also check sound properties for input output and microphone. Select the proper sound playback. Good Luck, Tim

  • Anonymous Feb 15, 2007

    Checkers,

    The image shows how the device is hooked to the machine. http://www.kworldcomputer.com/product/an...

    Otherwise you need to check the sound properties. control panel, sound and audio device properties, (check to see if the volume is low or muted on the 1st tab.)audio, 3rd tab over, check the playback devices. and check the volume controls for each one.

    Let me know if that works

    Tim

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The white and red leads off the VCR are typically audio, the yellow is video. I would suspect the problem is elsewhere. The cards capture software is a likely candidate.

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