Some DVD/VHS combo players may have separate Video/Audio Out ports for DVD and VHS.
- TV/VCR combo devices generally do not have VIDEO/AUDIO OUT ports and cannot send video/audio signal.
Typically you will use the same setting that you used in the 'Change Video Standard' application.
For 3rd-party capture cards/devices: A non-hardware encoding video capture card/device is required.
*If the hardware encoding status is unknown, please contact the card/device manufacturer for more information.
However, the output video or DVD should play back the video and audio in sync.
To verify the audio is truly out of sync, we recommend you record a small video sample in the Advanced mode, and playback it back in the edit section after recording. At the bottom of the Capture screen, click the Record Settings (gears) button, and change the Video Device setting to your HDV camcorder and change the Format setting to HDV.
Those turntables without built in amplification will need to be plugged into a stereo receiver/amplifier to boost the audio to a listening level.
The outputs from the stereo receiver/amplifier can then be plugged into the VHS to DVD capture device for recording purposes.Please make sure that the RCA/composite (yellow, red & white) cables are plugged into the VIDEO OUT and AUDIO OUT ports on the back of your VCR. Additional notes: - DVD/VHS combo player users: The S-Video connection on DVD/VHS combo players are generally for DVD player side only.We recommend that you use RCA/composite (yellow, red & white) cables.(When using the Advanced mode, it is recommended that you connect the device before starting the program) This may be because the video you are capturing is in the 16:9 (Widescreen) format.In the Easy mode, select Widescreen (16:9) at the bottom of step 4.Because Sense Key error codes are generated by the DVD drive, the actual code meanings can only be obtained from the drive manufacturer.