Has anyone been able to get CMC to work in Windows 10 64-bit? I have an ATI USB 600 and got the drivers installed using the very helpful advice in this forum, but no version of CMC on the installation CD or on the internet can successfully install a version of CMC beyond version 1 (which cannot capture using my ATI USB 600).
I was hoping to use CMC since I was planning to encode VHS directly into MPEG, but assuming this is not possible, does it make sense to use Virtualdub
to record to AVI and then convert to MPEG using Avidemux
? The only other alternative I can think of is to repurpose an older Vista machine I have laying around, which would require some work but is worth it if the output quality is superior.
Thank you in advance for your advice, as well as all the other very useful information on this site.
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I wanted to provide an update on my issue since it seems that this was a novel question. I ended up trying a number of different ways (including the Windows 7 method LS posted on this forum) to get CMC to install without any luck so I am fairly confident that CMC does not work properly on Windows 10-64 bit (or at least my machine running it). Please ignore my comment about version 1 in my first post - I was confusing CMC versions with ATI Multimedia Center (MMC) versions.
I ending up going the Vista-32 bit route and CMC installed very easily. Can anyone suggest settings for MPEG-2 broadcast bitrate format in CMC? My goal is to digitize and archive a number of VHS-C home movies that do not require editing.