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Kevin newkt View Public Profile Send a private message to newkt Find all posts by newkt #17 05-14-2011, 05:34 PM lordsmurf Site Staff | Video Join Date: Dec Enter "Peak Bitrate" (I typed 4200.) This is the really odd one! If you plan to capture to MPEG-2, then install CMC. Then upgrade to Premium Member and show your support! - Also: Like Us on Facebook for special DVD/Blu-ray news and deals!

Quote 22nd Nov 201322:06 #7 FromPartsUnknown View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateFeb 2006 LocationUnited States Thanks for your help. I used the final Vista drivers from ATI, not the Windows 7 drivers from EMPIA. I used the final Vista drivers from ATI, not the Windows 7 drivers from EMPIA. Here you can update ATI drivers and other drivers.

Check Device Manager( WinKey + Pause/Break for easy access ) to make sure the device has been recognized: You must be logged in to view this content; either login or register Those are the same drivers I installed. Windows 8 32-bit. SOOO...

User Name Remember Me? May try some other software. unless the catalyst media center is separate from the regular catalyst control screen, I dont think I'll be able to run an older version. I could use Media Player Classic Home Cinema to access composite video and stereo audio.

Then pick some proper settings, as per my soon-to-be guide. I have not used my TV Wonder HD 600 USB since updating to Windows 8.1. ETA on this guide? Need help?

Check Device Manager( WinKey + Pause/Break for easy access ) to make sure the device has been recognized: If you plan to capture to MPEG-2, then install CMC. And you are invited to join our digital media community. Afterwards, with the TV Wonder HD 600 USB connected, the device was visible in Control Panel's "Devices and Printers" window, as well as in Device Manager under "Sound Video and Game I used the final Vista drivers from ATI, not the Windows 7 drivers from EMPIA.

  • now) Uninstalled all of it, ran CCleaner to purge as much ATI goodness as I could.
  • And you are invited to join our digital media community. 4.
  • So, as my notes had suggested, I installed the Windows 7 drivers for the TV Wonder HD 600 USB from Diamond's website without removing the Vista drivers previously installed.
  • I also took screenshots as I installed, so I can post those if needed along with a short guide, but Lord Smurf's instructions are pretty straightforward.
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  • Everything worked beautifully in Windows XP, which is why most serious video users are still based around XP setups.
  • I didn't install CMC - just the driver - and it works fine.
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  • If re-installing as I suggest helps or you find another means of installing drivers that works, please post again.

ATI CMC is a capturing/PVR application. There's no reason for there to be a conflict. Bypassing audio to line in on computer did not work (Note: That might just be this specific computer's issue.) Several other tools from 2001-2004 failed to work, or even install. Enable audio playback if you can't hear audio: You must be logged in to view this content; either login or register for the forum.

This should make it easier to separately troubleshoot. - Did my advice help you? I hope its ok to repost my original post and will not cause any offense? For the most part when it would freeze the computer was when downloading tv channels, using task manager was the only way to to shut down ATI to use the computer And I wanted to reassure you that the ATI stick was going to work.) At worst, your stick is bad.

Quote 22nd Nov 201319:41 #2 usually_quiet View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join DateAug 2006 LocationUnited States Yes. Or you can use Driver Doctor to help you download and install your ATI TV Wonder USB 2.0 TV Tuner drivers automatically. Then become a Premium Member and support this site. - Find television shows, cartoons, DVDs and Blu-ray releases at the TVPast forums. Kevin newkt View Public Profile Send a private message to newkt Find all posts by newkt #20 05-14-2011, 06:37 PM newkt Free Member Join Date: May 2011 Location:

Is that right? DriverGuide maintains an extensive archive of ATI TV Wonder USB 2.0 drivers available for free Download. Huffyuv AVI capture, interlaced video, PCM 48kHz audio.

Uncheck "Variable Bitrate" And, well, just where is the Variable Bitrate setting?

The exceptions to this are much higher end cards from Aja, Matrox and Blackmagic, although those come with their own quirks and annoyances. lordsmurf View Public Profile Send a private message to lordsmurf Find all posts by lordsmurf #13 05-05-2011, 07:49 AM newby Free Member Join Date: Apr 2011 Posts: 28 Windows 8 32-bit. By x22 in forum Capturing Replies: 10 Last Post: 9th Sep 2013, 07:04 Subs work in VLC but do not work in the DVD Player through USB By faithhealer in forum

newby View Public Profile Send a private message to newby Find all posts by newby #9 04-28-2011, 04:47 AM lordsmurf Site Staff | Video Join Date: Dec 2002 A few things to be sure of when setting up VDub: 1. Then reboot and fire up VirtualDub and set it up(see above images). Did you use the ones on the disc that came with it or did ya download them off a website?

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Quote 22nd Nov 201319:49 #3 FromPartsUnknown View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateFeb 2006 LocationUnited States Originally Posted by usually_quiet Yes. Good luck!