I got this to be able to get my camcorder tapes into files that I could then burn to DVD’s. That is to say it starts up and you can play around with the settings. But I also looked at Sabrent’s own video about installing drivers. Here is a screen shot of a video capture using Virtual Dub just let you guys know what I am seeing. Originally Posted by Coffindan. A fellow VHS collector told me that’s what he had to do to get it running and it sounds like he was using Windows 7.

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Do a small capture of, say, 30 secs, with movement and upload the video here as an attachment.

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Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. Just a blank screen. How to record anything on your screen using usb-avctp Anyway, you can always install the drivers the right way by running the setup file before plugging the device in. A fellow VHS collector told me that’s what he had to do to get it running and it sounds like he was using Windows 7.

Furthermore, installing the wrong Sabrent drivers can make these problems even worse. You definitely have a driver problem and installing every drivers in the book for the same device is never a good answer.


Sabrent USB Video/Audio Capture & Converter USB-AVCPT

The genuine one has upper case,except for the consonant z,the fraudulent ones have variations and one even had Ez as easy. Jay Geater is the President and CEO of Solvusoft Corporation, a global software company focused on providing innovative utility software. To achieve a Gold competency level, Solvusoft goes through extensive independent analysis that looks for, amongst other qualities, a high level of software expertise, a successful customer service track record, and top-tier customer value.

Lots of advice and instructions Usb-avc;t Posted by jagabo. Plug the unit in.


Doesn’t help you’re running Win 8, there is no mention of that capture device being compatible with it. Usually this is the procedure. Now I did find out that with windows 8 you can disable the digital signature on drivers and I found a video on that. So here is the test run I did. This website is using cookies.

Of course, recordings you made yourself won’t have Macrovision and you’ve tried capturing a few of those. Be the first to review this item.

You should probably start by deleting the device like you did before and removing the driver from Windows it says it’s for Win 7, but it should work for 8 too.

Here is a screen usb-acvpt of a video capture using Virtual Dub just let you guys know what I am seeing. I clicked on “install drivers” and nothing. Any suggestions on software?


Well I’ve looked at a few videos on youtube and discovered that Ulead will run. Once the data is transferred over to your computer, you can edit it and create DVDs with it with optional video editing and DVD creation. I will also check out Hauppage as well. Well I have tried the disabling of the driver signature and still nothing works. All times are GMT I am going to give that a shot.

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I also downloaded Virtual Dub this morning and I get the same results but haven’t had all that much time to play around with that software. Solvusoft is recognized by Microsoft as a leading Independent Software Vendor, usb-avpt the highest level of completence and excellence in software development.

Do the easycap units seem to have a lot of problems? So I took a look at those yt videos. If you can’t see it in device manager it might have to be plugged in for it to show.