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Re: My VCR is egecting the tape with the casstte adapter.
The cassette adapter uses 1 AA battery. When you place your VHSC tape into the adapter and close the cover, you will hear the motor running and the red piece on the adapter will move inside. Check the placement of the battery and make sure the clear shrink wrap has been removed from the battery
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It appears that the particular cassette adapter, VYMS0060 , is no longer available, however, if you do a web search " cassette adapters" , you'll find a whole page of sites that carry cassette adapters" The casstte adapters are universal, so they work in vitually any casstte palyer.
You don't specify the adapter you have, but most load from the top. The main thing here is that VHS and VHS-C are both the same size of tape. Whether they are recorded in SVHS mode or not will not affect the adapter, just whether or not you get a picture. Theadapter only allows you to put a compact cassette (VHS-C) into a standard VHS VCR. The adapter will require batteries to allow it to place the VHS-C cassette tape into the proper position for use in the VCR.
Yes, those VHS-C adapters are still available. Both Radio Shack and Best Buy have them listed, although they may not be on the shelf. You can find them from many sources online as well. They are also frequently found at flea markets and garage sales (at least here in my area, anyway; I've seen quite a few).
since it's an analogue camera and using a standard tape format, you might as well purchase a VHS-C adapter cassette (GB£10 from several photography stores) and run through your VHS VCR into an analogue video capture card.
I think you are saying you are using a cassette adapter to play the external iPod/PSP etc. and I presume the cassette plays regular tapes OK. The auto-reverse cassette player thinks the 'tape' is over, so reverses then ejects. You can try putting in a regular tape, change sides then eject. Try the adapter again. Hopefully the adapter will work in 'one' direction.
I had the same problem. I tried to solve this issue by buying a dvdmaker usb 2.0 gizmo. I have to use my VHSc cassette adapter and put it in the vcr.I connected the vcr and new gizmo to the pc and could see the video on my monitor- but no audio. So I tried plan b, which didn't requite any other purchases. I connected my old camcorder to my newer digital canon camcorder (which converts the signal from analog to digital) this in turn, is connected by a firewire to my pc. I can see (and hear) the video on the viewer of the camcorder. So far, it isn't being captured by my pc. Is this a Vista issue ? I don't know. I'm hopeful... I'll figure it out!