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Old 07-11-04, 01:05 AM
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problem with intervideo dvr software

hi i have 2 question i like answer to
i got my self a video capture PCI card, and it came bundle with Intervideo WinDVR
ok i have got a sumsung DVD VCR COBO machine model DVD-V4600, but i had to get RF Modulator to use it on tv as it old, reason im telling you this is for info on how and what im doing, ok LOL,


so i can get sound and picture and good good on tv set now, but was all was good with out modulator, but that not my problem
even when i can get sound and color on tv set, on my compter useing intervideo dvr, i can get picture but it greenish and no sound, i use a 2 way splitter to connect from dvd vcr to tv and video capture card on comter through a coxiak cable,
iim useing window xp, with a 1.00 GHz AMD cpu and a celestica gold ed RADEON (ATI) 9200 128 mb video card
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question one why when i get a picture useing intervideo dvr, the pcture is greenish, and no color
question 2, why i can not get any sound useing intervideo dvr

is ther something im missing, like a cable or something, what i really what to do is save some of my VCR tape to DVD, but with no sound what the point ???????
i sending a photo of the back of my machine it may or not help

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