I'm trying to digitize VHS tapes. My computer is Intel Core i7-3770 CPU @ 3.4 GHz, with Quad Core, 8 logical processors, and Hyper-V support running Windows 10 Pro, 64 bit. Graphics card is GeForce GTX 650. I have the capture file set to the root directory of a Glyph Studio external drive plugged into a USB 3 port. VirtualDub
did manage to create the capture file on this drive.
VCR has built in TBC and S-Video output which I am using.
I have the Hauppauge USB-Live 2 and was able to use its software to successfully capture a 30 minute tape.
I downloaded and installed/extracted LordSmurf's VirtualDub
1.9.11 + Filters and the HuffyUV
-multithreaded.rar without any problems.
I carefully read Sanlyn’s very helpful post to help me choose the proper settings for VirtualDub.
I tried to capture with Virtual Dub which recognized the huffyuv_mt.dll driver which I selected, but when I tried to start the capture (F6), I kept getting the error message “Unable to start video capture.” I looked at all my settings to see if I might need to change something--
Device choices are:
0 Microsoft WDM Image Capture
1 Hauppauge Cx23100 Video Capture (Direct Show) – this was my selection
2 Screen capture
3 Video file (Emulation)
The Audio menu has three choices
0 Capture device
1 Analog Audio In (Hauppauge USB-Live2)—this was my selection
2 Hauppauge Cx23100 Audio capture
I wonder if the Device menu should have another choice specifically named USB-Live2 like the Audio setting has?
Video Source = Video SVideo
Please help me get VirtualDub working with the USB-Live2 to capture my tapes. Thank you.