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lOUIS BERRIOS Posted on May 29, 2007
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I have problem Video Capture form VHS

My computer no Detected Signal Video input from VHS conection Composite. this computer dispaly message no signal video detected. thanks you

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Try another computer and use that one to see if it would isolate the issue for your computer.

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When I try to capture a VHS feed, importing from video composite, I get the message saying "no input signal". My VCR is old. Is it possible that this is the cause, or are there other things that I should...

Likely the VCR is unable to function properly anymore, however it would not hurt to check the cables. Some cables when they get old develop shorts in the wires this is also a probable cause. Try new cables first then a new VCR.
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The message you're seeing is part of your monitor's ROM programming. It is its response to an input signal that it doesn't recognize. If someone makes a composite to vga adapter cable, it's because they can sell it, not because it works. While both composite and vga are analog signals, they are not at all the same format. The signal gets to the monitor via the vga connector, but it's still a composite signal. Your monitor is all wtf about it. You can make HDMI to DVI cables, but that's because they carry the same digital signal. There is basically no way to connect a ps2 to a pc monitor that doesn't have composite or component input, unless you spend extra money. That can be on either a signal conversion box, which cost at least $50 and might not work so good, or a capture or tuner card for your pc that can capture the signal and relay it to the monitor as VGA or DVI signal. Either method basically converts the composite/component to vga or digital. There is such thing as a ps2 vga cable, but it doesn't work under the normal ps2 operating system, only under ps2 linux. It's hard to find, too. No point looking for one cause you'd only get to play homebrew games of which there aren't many.
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Im trying to connect my unit to my tv to record shows and i having trouble doing so please help i am hooking it up wrong

For OTA or CATV signals, you need to daisy chain the coax from the source (antenna for OTA) to the coax input on DVD recorder and then the coax out to the coax input of the TV. If you have a set-top cable box with an incoming CATV signal, it should be connected between the DVD recorder and the TV.

The unit can tune in and record 480i (SD) ATSC (OTA digital), NTSC (OTA analog), analog CATV and digital CATV channels.

A satellite receiver or a non-CATV cable box should get the incoming signal first and then have their composite video output (A/V) connected to the DVD recorder composite video input and then their coax (RF) output (if present) gets connected to the TV. For these, you would record from the IN1 or IN2 (press Select Input) instead of selecting a channel. Then connect the composite video out on the recorder to the TV's composite video in.

Digital signals are either enough to tune in or give no signal. So check that your antenna is correctly oriented for OTA.

Separately, you can connect the video signal when playing DVDs via composite (good signal) out and component out (better signal) out to the TV's matching input. For the component video, the sound is carried on a separate cable. Then set the TV to the input source.

In the case of wanting to watch a VHS tape while taping to a DVD, do not use the Component video source, set the TV to Input 1 (composite).

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I have all my wires plugged in correctly from my tv and my playstation to the capture device but when i start pinicle studio 11 up it simply says a valad input signal has not been detected

it comes up with a message saying it has detected an invalid input has been detected everytime, so just ignore that, but if it is the picture coming up or the sound not working then send me a message on msn, my msn is [email protected]
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hi : i get the same problem but i solve it ............ how ?
i uset tow kind of cables in the same time : the svedio cable and the av cable
from the source connect the svedio normally to get a vedio and the av
cabe tow of them : the red and the white in their same color jacks .
to the easycap connect the svedio normally and the red av to the red and the white to the white and leave the yellow

but unfortunetlly this way work vey perfect withe me only on widows xp sp3 and im still keep trying to make it work on vista .
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I had the same problem and found that if I went into the options and chnged the format from NTSC to PAL and then back to NTSC it would bring in my camera. Thanks to snrobby for the hint on the options idea.
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No color from VHS on DVD/VHS player

There may be an input selection between Composite and S-Video that needs to be toggled in your Hauppauge software.

Your Hauppauge card may also be in the wrong signal format mode (NTSC or PAL). Your source device and your Hauppauge card need to be in the same mode (both NTSC or both PAL) for the capture to work properly.

If your NV-VP33 is a SCART output, then you may need to check your SCART adapter and your device as not all devices output both S-Video (Y/C - two signals) and Composite (CVBS - one signal) type signals.

If your SCART adapter has both Composite and S-Video outputs, try the other one.

And finally... if you're playing an NTSC tape/DVD in a PAL player, it doesn't mean the output is true NTSC 3.58. Most times it's NTSC 4.43 which is OK for TVs, but NOT okay for video capture devices. Video capture devices need true NTSC 3.58 to sync the color carrier properly.
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