Re: VCR to Computer



Tester
07-09-2005, 09:58 PM
I prefer not to use software that comes with capture hardware, usually crap.
But since you are having issues, I would first try that software first. If
it works right away, you can just import captured files to WMM. If it
doesn't work right away, you can work with AverMedia to fix it, and then try
WMM capture again. I have used WMM for analog capture. But the driver setup
was a little pain at first. But that was for the capture card. Need to make
sure it works with AverMedia software so you know the drivers and hardware
is setup fine. That would make troubleshooting easier.

"Jenny" <Jenny@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:6167BAD1-9A8E-4551-882B-7B3AFDA2B4A8@microsoft.com...
>I just bought a Gateway 825GM and am trying to hook up the VCR to copy home
> movies to DVD. I FINALLY got something, one frozen image and that's it.
> I
> have an AverMedia MPEG Video Capture card. I've tried hooking it up anyway
> I
> could think of. Could this be a software problem with Windows MovieMaker
> or
> a connection problem? I'm using a coaxial cable to connect the 2, changed
> the
> settings from cable to TV antenna, still nothing! Gateway is of NO help
> whatsoever.


Re: VCR to Computer