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  1. Did this work for you. I have ordered an attenuator to try. It will go from speaker to Line in.( then no capture device will be needed for audio) I hope it will work. When I get it to try out.
  2. The USB capture device Audio IN has a speaker load built in.
  3. What I have came up with good audio. I have the USB capture device. Y-adapter (RadioShack 274-313) in speaker jack, one to speakers and one with 1/8th stereo male to two RCA male cord (RadioShack). The RCA males to USB capture device (audio R-L). There is audio in the recording now. SCREEN CAPTURE USE THIS FOR AUDIO ONLY.
  4. Do you have a USB capture device? That is used for VHS to DVD.
  5. I have only done device capture. I will see if I can get an answer to the Screen capture. May take some time. Chainsaw1
  6. Line in may have a different name. What are you using for the capture device? chainsaw1
  7. Express burn Have you check in the HELP—Help contents files? This is one of them-- If you are playing or converting files with file extension .vox or .raw, these files will require some additional information in order for them to be read first. The Decoder Settings dialog box is where the prompting for information occurs, and it will appear after the Play or Convert buttons have been selected. The dialog box requires input in the following areas: Format Choose the data format of the file from the drop-down list. Sample Choose the sampling rate of the file from the drop-down list, or type in your own value. Channels Choose the number of channels encoded into the file from the drop-down list. It is important that the selected settings best reflect the internal structure of the file, otherwise the played or converted file may not sound as expected. If you are unsure what settings to use, either use the default settings or feel free to experiment with various combinations. Note that when converting multiple files of type .vox or .raw, you will only be prompted for information on the first file; subsequent files will re-use the settings you specify.
  8. Adding and Removing Files To add your audio files to the CD click the "Add File" or "Add Folder" button or go to the menu item File -> Add. A Browse window will open and from here you can locate, view and select the following types of audio file formats: .WAV .MP3 .OGG .WMA .AIF .AIFF .AU .RA .RAM .FLAC .GSM .AAC .VOX .RAW .SND .DSS .DCT Some of these formats will automatically download a plugin to decode the selected format. If an internet connection is not available they can be downloaded separately from the NCH website and then installed on the PC in question. Additionally some formats need to be decoded to be added and on slower computers this can take a minute or two. Many other format can also be handled but they require the installation of directshow codecs. Many come preinstalled with Windows so please try loading the file. You may need to select 'All Files' to see the particular file. The minimum length of an audio track is 4 seconds so any files shorter than that will be padded with silence to a length of 4 seconds. There is also a mandatory gap between tracks so some media players will list any track as 2 seconds longer than their actual length. This means any padded track will be listed with a length of 6 seconds. The mandatory gap can be overridden when you burn the disc by choosing a different track pause. Please see the burn settingd dialogue for more details. Any files not of these formats will be ignored by Express Burn when creating an Audio CD. You will need to create a Data CD for any other types.
  9. With Debut Video capture open and capturing video. Try is ---- right click on speaker icon—click on Sound---a box will open. Click on recording tab—you should have a line in device. Click on it to select it—at the bottom of box click on set Default---then double click on Line—line properties box will open---click on listen tab—check box listen to this device—set playback drop down box to speakers---click apply at bottom of box –then click OK. Then click OK on sound box. Hope this works for you. Chainsaw1
  10. Where is the audio coming from? Stereo will have different levels.
  11. With Debut Video capture open and capturing video. Try is ---- right click on speaker icon—click on Sound---a box will open. Click on recording tab—you should have a line USB 2861 device. Click on it to select it—at the bottom of box click on set Default---then double click on Line—line properties box will open---click on listen tab—check box listen to this device—set playback drop down box to speakers---click apply at bottom of box –then click OK. Then click OK on sound box. Hope this works for you. Chainsaw1
  12. With Debut Video capture open and capturing video. Try is ---- right click on speaker icon—click on Sound---a box will open. Click on recording tab—you should have a line USB 2861 device. Click on it to select it—at the bottom of box click on set Default---then double click on Line—line properties box will open---click on listen tab—check box listen to this device—set playback drop down box to speakers---click apply at bottom of box –then click OK. Then click OK on sound box. Hope this works for you. Chainsaw1
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