As you can imagine, I want to dub VHS videos on your PC. Since I have been looking for a solution though, but found nothing, I hope that my posting is not the X-ste in respect of any and is the same problem. Should be the case, I apologize. I have a VHS recorder for PAL B / G (no S-VHS) and the graphics card is a MSI NX6600-VTD128. Now the graphics card Video - In (Composite) and TV can-Out (S-VHS). This means for me that I can transfer VHS movies on video - In (Composite) on the calculator. The VCR has: 1x Scart, 1x video (yellow RCA), white 1x Audio ( "RCA), though I do not know whether video or audio in or out is. This is nowhere. I therefore conclude on the VCR via scart and cinch s.den PC, with the graphics card itself has a "adapter tree." And there lies my problem. Provided are the following connections (which is a 8PL. Times together, which in turn is plugged into the graphics card): Black (S-Vid out), white (S-Vid in), green (Y Out, RCA), red (Pr Out, RCA), orange (in comp, RCA), blue (Pb / Video Out, RCA). If I have correctly understood the principle would have the yellow RCA (from the scart cable) and the orange (comp will be assembled in), right? Another possibility is yes, there is not synonymous.
As software I installed Magix Movie Edit Pro (trial version). While this is the graphics-card drivers and the audio device. However, the screen remains black, not black and white, just black. Miscellaneous changes s.den Settings unfortunately synonymous brought nothing. The same with Virtual Dub: the recording is just a black film to see. Listen to nothing, but that probably comes from the fact that I do not know where to plug in the other two RCA plugs.
Actually, I had been in the PC shop where I bought for this purpose the ViVo-graphics card assures that if the whole child's play would work and ... Maybe I'm just too stupid to synonymous ...
If anyone has some advice, always out with it!
Thank you in advance for the help!
Antwort von Stefan:
Right. However, you must use a scart adapter, in which the pin with the yellow RCA is the combined times from the VCR video signal going out with.
This sounds logical, but I guess 99% of the SCART-RCA cable in the wild are accurate for the other case ...
The yellow RCA is with the times then connected to the VCR video Reingehen pin of the Scart connector. And both pins are not the same ...
Dubbing of videos of a camera or one of the Calculator on the VCR works, but not the other way and it looks for a wolf.
So acquire another cable. The best one with 6 RCA plugs (3 = 1xVideo +2 Xaudio for purely in the VCR and 3 = 1xVideo +2 Xaudio to get out of the VCR).
For the audio connection you still need a cable of RCA to the LINE IN jack of your sound card. Often the connection s.der soundcard a 3.5mm stereo jack. So you need a cable 2xChinch to 3.5mm jack.
Good luck The fat Stefan
Antwort von Gothmoth:
Hello together During the same problem I am addressing your contribution met with the now but not quite "fresh" is. But I hope that I can still help someone. Also I get the same hardware with only a black picture. Unlike Sandra, but I use a scart cable => S-video. I then connected the S-video with the white Male (S-Video IN). Can it work this way or should I go about forcing the composite - connection? Thank you for your help Gruss Dominik
Antwort von StefanS:
if you uses a VHS VCR, you must necessarily go through the yellow RCA connector for composite video, as there is no VHS recorder outputs an S-video signal.