Logo Logo
/// 
VHS auf PC - kein Ton?!?

VHS to PC - no sound??



Frage von supergimli:
Januar 2006

I have a VHS recorder connected s.The TV card (three-pronged RCA cable yellow-red black), and if I want to transfer videos, the picture works perfectly (on Conexant 2388x).
But there is no sound to receive - either in NeroVision, nor in Virtual Dub and Windows Movie Maker.
As an audio device gives me the PC Realtek AC97, another's obviously not. I've tried out all the available inputs (line-in, Stereo Mix, Mono Mix, CD player, micro, phone, aux). But it does not matter the slightest sound signal.
What's going wrong here?



Antwort von Stefan:

PLEASE do not hit ... but in the audio mixer in the line-switched synonymous?

Sometimes the example is off by, because you use your CD drive for audio CD to hear used in cutting ...

Good luck
The fat Stefan



Antwort von supergimli:

I have all in turn, connected through the line-in synonymous. Nobody gives a peep of him. However, the red and white cables hang from the video s.den sound card inputs on the TV, and shows the mixer at them.





Antwort von fabriquez:

Then you can try, like plug the cable into the Line IN of the soundcard, or you choose in the settings of the TV card as a recording Adioquelle.



Antwort von supergimli:

I'd like to set the TV card as an audio source. Unfortunately shows my sound chip (Realtek AC97), the TV card but did not. Do I need to install the later perhaps somewhere again?



Antwort von Stefan:

This has nothing to do with the other.

You have a sound chip in the calculator, and apparently a different sound card chip on the TV.

If the Connections s.der TV card are actually audio inputs, which I very much doubt it ...

then you can the TV card under Start-> Settings-> Control Panel-> Sound and Multimedia-> Audio select the preferred device for sound recording. From then creates the audio mixer with line-in with the TV card and the programs would have to cut the TV card audio input as synonymous to "see".

Good luck
The fat Stefan



Antwort von Peter S.:

The audio cable s.der TV card is usually meant to provide the alarm s.The sound card. The line-in jack on the sound card would be the right connection.
MFG Peter



Antwort von supergimli:

Merci for the tips!
Unfortunately, my Control Panel does not find sound card chip on the TV ... and turn on the TV card is not a line-in, but only two audio jacks.
I've resorted to me now so that I have hung the two sound cable from the video s.den line-in and the video cable s.The TV card. That is a bit of a jumble, but at least it's out skin.




Antworten zu ähnlichen Fragen:
VHS to PC
S-VHS to PC
vhs to pc
VHS to PC with D / A conversion
VHS to PC ""
No Picture! VHS -> PC
VHS to Pc and then burn!?
VHS to PC - Problem with wiring
VHS to PC
vhs to pc
VHS to PC Wiring
Can I dub VHS to PC, respectively. I have the right hardware
Pro Sound Effects jetzt mit SFX-Sound Download-Abos
alte VHS Kassetten mit schlechter Bildqualitaet sichern (VHS->(S)VCD oder DVD)
ADVC300 und VCR/NTSC/3.58 out -> s/w bei SVIDEO [war: alte VHS Kassetten mit schlechter Bildqualitaet sichern (VHS->(S)V
VHS Rekorder nur s/w S-VHS Ausgabe
VHS, S-VHS, Mini-DV Datensicherung
Sound gesucht
Sound (Amateur)
Sound aufbessern?
5.1-Sound aufnehmen?
Hauoli: MotionTracking per Sound
Thunderbolt Probleme im Sound
Location Sound Podcast
Video capturen +5.1 Sound?
Film: Sound City

















weitere Themen:
Spezialthemen


16:9
ARD
AVCHD
AVI
Adobe After Effects
Adobe Premiere Pro
After effects
Apple Final Cut Pro
Audio
Avid
Cam
Camcorder
Camera
Canon
Capture
Capturing
Clip
EOS
Editing
Effect
Error
Export
File
Files
Film
Final Cut
Format
Formate
HDR
Import
JVC
Layer
Light
MAGIX video deLuxe
Magix
Microphone
Monitor
Movie
PC
Panasonic
Pinnacle
Pinnacle Studio
Player
Premiere
RAM
RED
Recording
Red
Software
Sony
Sound
Studio
TV
Tape
Video
Videos