BUT.. Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. The time now is 02:49 PM — vBulletin Copyright © Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd Top of Page - Site Home - Forum Home - Archive - Forum Policies Content and Design And the photos are very helpful. Check This Out
I went back and unchecked the "mute audio while scheduled recording" tickbox and went back, did it again, same thing. Not being able to capture in stereo really ruins the whole surround experience when viewing a captured and burned DVD. You'll need to be sure the ATI AIW card is set up correctly, using the Initialization Wizard found in the settings (checkbox) of ATI MMC (TV icon). Moderator: Captain Ned Post Reply Print view emkubed Gerbil Elder Topic Author Posts: 5848 Joined: Mon Jun 02, 2003 9:28 am Location: Limbo Echo problems with ATI TV Wonder VE. https://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=773371
Thread Status: Not open for further replies. So I am suspecting the AIW card CD-out connector is coming out too hot for the sound card Aux input. Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service.
You can get them at good prices from Amazon. ATI TV Wonder audio problem Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by dj_bowser, Jul 22, 2003. dj_bowser, Jul 22, 2003 #1 Bvr01Fvr Joined: Aug 10, 2002 Messages: 1,061 What version do you ahve? The audio plays fine when I'm watching the programs, but after it saves them and is done recording, I hear no audio..
I'm also sure it's not my computer, as it plays all other audio just fine, but any audio coming from the connected console is non-existant, while the video comes through just For more than a decade now, all audio tends to be run through digital audio extraction, and software modulated with a media player, bypassing that wire. My sound card sounds great playing a CD, and I even checked it's line-in input with another audio source and that sounded clean. http://www.digitalfaq.com/forum/video-capture/2292-sound-ati-wonder.html Check your mixer 'Recording' control and make sure the appropriate feed is selected: Line-In if you Mini-Pin'd to the back of the sound card or AUX/TEL if you used the internal
For password reset, please click here. More hints Ideally, you want the internal connection. I haven't seen drives with integrated headphone/speaker options in years now, the most common use of that wiring connection. Others do not.
And the photos are very helpful. Quote 27th Feb 200411:08 #3 indolikaa View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateJun 2002 Location..... It wasn't writing to a file, but it was grabbing the line-in to the main wave line. Skip to content CPUs GRAPHICS MOTHERBOARDS CASES & POWER STORAGE MOBILE GAMING FORUMS JOBS MORE...
It only goes over the AGP bus if there is an internal wiring connection made. You'd have to plug the VCR into the Line In directly, bypassing the AIW hardware, to compare. I had an ATI TV Wonder (not to be confused with the ATI TV Wonder VE). this contact form Hope that helps. - Did this site help you?
All this said, however, you're better off with dedicated audio cards. Audio cards are actually more challenging that video cards, because there's so many out there. - Did my advice help you? One is by using an internal cable which goes from the card into a slot of your Sound Card (usually in the Aux slot).
Testing another source in the Line In of the audio card doesn't really prove anything. Huntersguns, Jun 13, 2016, in forum: All Other Software Replies: 1 Views: 233 valis Jun 13, 2016 Audio Manager mic/audio problem VoluptaBox, Jun 4, 2016, in forum: All Other Software Replies: Quote 27th Feb 200411:49 #4 sublime053 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateFeb 2004 LocationNJ Well I just opened up my case and hooked up a cable Since I don't have any SPDIF, in or out, I don't recall if that's an SPDIF input or output. ...
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LinkBack Thread Tools #1 06-26-2010, 07:10 AM bbartley9 Free Member Join Date: Jun 2010 Location: Chicago suburbs Posts: 23 Thanks: 0 Thanked 2 Times in 2 Posts Just If so, you could use that to connect the card to the soundcard, rather than the external cable. The attached screen shots, before/after images, photos and graphics are created/posted for the benefit of site members. I really have NO idea why it won't play any audio?
I can provide driver revisions and other settings upon request. The attached screen shots, before/after images, photos and graphics are created/posted for the benefit of site members. The VCR may be the problem, too. TV Wonder usb 2.0 ATI product?
All rights reserved. All cards appear slightly different in the Volume Control, and some have custom systray software (the icons by your clock) for various controls/features, so I don't have too many details to Not that they're bad, but just that I've not tested them in an ATI setup before.) The Santa Cruz cards were perfect in ATI systems. I'd literally have to see your system, even the OS version and drivers versions it's using, to give that level of help.
Are there any other AIW settings I need to look at, to control the level going out over the internal cable?