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No audio when using Easy VHS to DVD products

No audio when using Easy VHS to DVD products

Symptom:
When I try to capture video and audio from my VCR to my computer using Easy VHS to DVD products, I am not getting any audio. I cannot hear the audio from the VHS tape on my computer, either when previewing or capturing. Even when I play back the recorded capture, there is no audio.

Solution:
This is often caused by an incorrect setting in your windows sound mixer properties. You will need to set the default recording device to the "Line - Roxio Video Capture USB".

Windows Vista/7
Open the Windows Mixer settings, by right-clicking on the speaker located on the bottom right of your desktop, next to the clock. Select "Recording devices".

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Next, you will need to click on the "Recording" tab, and click on "Line - Roxio Video Capture USB", then click on the "Set Default" button. Next, click on "Apply" then click on "OK".

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Note: It is recommended you exit out of VHS to DVD, and restart the computer.

 

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    Ross Campbell

    this did not help. still no audio being recorded

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    Rich Zumpone

    Read all articles relating to no sound being captured.  Set line in default as recommended.  Playback through speakers.  When I open the sound menu I can see on the playback tab that sound is registering - the meter on the right side displays green bars that fluctuate. When I go to the recording tab - same thing - the meter registers sound coming in.  Made several adjustments during the recording process - no other line in or microphone devices attached.  No sound . . .

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