Tv card - No sound on some stations - Theatrix card with Cyberlink Po
Frage von KingHiss: September 2005
Hello, have the following problem and maybe someone can help me here, because I really do not know next. So, I have gained me a Thetrix (Sapphire Theater 550 Pro) and with exercise was the software Cyberlink Power Cinema 3 (SOftware gruesome, but no preference ...). So, I have everything connected correctly and got the latest drivers from network synonymous for the card, but I have the problem that was now in some stations (Ndr, MTV2, Ard ...) no sound. With others, (Sat1, Pro7, Kabel 1, RTL, Da Vinci Code and some more) I have sound, though not particularly good, but it is there. I have the card num mri course and rose by about capturing and at some stations, which is now not possible, what is the extent porblematisch, I soon wanted to record something on Nick as soon as it replaces MTV2, but unfortunately no sound ... I would be very grateful if someone could help me! Thanks ahead of time in already!
Antwort von GhostDog:
I can solve your problem, unfortunately, not speculate, but I can. Which signal are you going straight into the card? Terrestrial antenna, cable, satellite, DVB-T and especially with what plugs (coax, RCA, composite, etc). One speculation is that the audio / video level simply not sufficient to be of too clean recognized the card. Perhaps the loss in your network is too large or the reception is generally not soooo intoxicating. May well be that of your TV is still accepting clean, of the (perhaps somewhat prissy) card but no more. Of these levels may well be different channels and lead to the problem channel. You could once do the following: Go in with your antenna signal into the VCR and then connect your TV card with the video out of the recorder. IMHO have tightly integrated recorder a signal amplifier, which could then provide to OFCOM for the required level. Thus, although haste only a workaround, but only knew at least where there is the problem area. If the work can still interpose an antenna amplifier that raises the level a bit ...
Antwort von Peter S.:
I'm assuming that it is a card for digital TV: 1. Possibility: the "silent" stations may broadcast the soundtrack in a format (AC3?), For which you have not installed a Direct Show filter. The sound is indeed received, but can not be located. Take a short stretch on and let the film snippet of a tool to analyze such as video inspector. Then you get shown if a soundtrack is included. 2. Possibility is that the recording software creates a file for each of the video track and one for the soundtrack (usually m2v + mp2). You play from only the video track - and hear nothing. If you are capturing analog, is really bad for poor reception, the first picture and then the sound. MFG Peter
Antwort von KingHiss:
Hello, sorry that I answer only now ... Thank you for the timely help suggestions, I tried to make the entire run of the recorders to -> synonymous unfortunately did not work: ( I receive the signal via coax a large Satschüssel who is working here for the whole residential complex. I accept analog TV on (I should have to write earlier, sorry). So far as I know audio and picture is created equal in an Mpeg2 file, because the other channels are separated in the two streams are. And as far as I know is the sound of the converted card directly into MPEG-1 Layer 2. Aberich try it once with the recording of a piece of time and look at what comes out.