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Anonymous
December 15, 2004 1:51:37 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.video (More info?)

I have:
1) Asus V7100 Combo Deluxe
2) Athlon XP 2000+
3) Asus A7V333
4) Sound Blaster Live! Player 5.1
4) dual boot os: windows 98SE and Windows XP Pro

I've connected the antenna cable to RF In and the three RCA jack to
AV In via the Asus Adaptor. The AV out is connected to the Line In of
the audio card.

Under win98:
1) using Asus Live I can correctly watch and catpure TV (TV tuner) or
VHS (composite),
2) but using VirtualDub or Ulead VideoStudio or Primiere 6 I have NO
SOUND at all.

Under Win XP:
1) using Movie Maker, Asus Virtual Recorder
a) I can watch TV but I have NO SOUND
b) I CAN'T HEAR OR SEE ANYTHING AT ALL IF I SELECT COMPOSITE
2) using VirtualDub freeze if I try to capture.

On XP I've installed the latest nVidia video driver (66.93) and the
WDM 1.08 (the last nvdia VIVO or VIVO TV will not install properly -
error 10)

Do you have any suggestions?

thanks
Anonymous
December 15, 2004 1:51:38 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.video (More info?)

Youll need to plug in the audio to the creative line in jack,usually a 1/8
Y adapter
connecting the audio device (2 channels) to the adapter creating a single
line
in plug.Use the speaker by the clock to adjust,R.click,open volume control,
options,properties,then select line in or record.You should try windows 9
series
encoder plus the authorting utilities,other than the drivers for the card
windows
software is hard to beat.

"Lauro" wrote:

>
> I have:
> 1) Asus V7100 Combo Deluxe
> 2) Athlon XP 2000+
> 3) Asus A7V333
> 4) Sound Blaster Live! Player 5.1
> 4) dual boot os: windows 98SE and Windows XP Pro
>
> I've connected the antenna cable to RF In and the three RCA jack to
> AV In via the Asus Adaptor. The AV out is connected to the Line In of
> the audio card.
>
> Under win98:
> 1) using Asus Live I can correctly watch and catpure TV (TV tuner) or
> VHS (composite),
> 2) but using VirtualDub or Ulead VideoStudio or Primiere 6 I have NO
> SOUND at all.
>
> Under Win XP:
> 1) using Movie Maker, Asus Virtual Recorder
> a) I can watch TV but I have NO SOUND
> b) I CAN'T HEAR OR SEE ANYTHING AT ALL IF I SELECT COMPOSITE
> 2) using VirtualDub freeze if I try to capture.
>
> On XP I've installed the latest nVidia video driver (66.93) and the
> WDM 1.08 (the last nvdia VIVO or VIVO TV will not install properly -
> error 10)
>
> Do you have any suggestions?
>
> thanks
>
!