I'm trying to capture and restore some old home VHS tapes, and while I have a nice VHS to work with ( Panasonic AG-1980 ), I've got this little AverMedia usb dongle that I've had sitting around for years to capture with. (I've long since lost the discs with the capture software) I was able to initially see video input from the capture device in Virtual Dub right up until I told it to start capturing, at which point it gave a nonspecific error about being unable to start capture and just stopped displaying any preview in the capture UI. Has anyone gotten one of these AverMedia dongles working in VirtualDub?
I'm running Windows 10
CPU: Intel i7 7700HQ
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Last edited by Katherine1; 4th Feb 2019 at 21:56.
What did you get instead?
A Diamond VC500, which worked for like a day in VirtualDub, but now it's pulling the same unable to start capture error as the Avermedia dongle.
It works just fine in the software that came with the device.
Nothing has changed since a couple of days ago when it worked in VirtualDub, and the error is unhelpful, so I have no clue what could be wrong.
EDIT: I have found the log, and I don't know what it's complaining about. Anyone recognize this?
EDIT2: Apparently it thinks it's already initialized?
Last edited by Katherine1; 8th Feb 2019 at 17:57.
Try rebooting? Uninstall/reinstall the drivers?
you can try other os?
800705aa is generic win32 error ERROR_NO_SYSTEM_RESOURCES "Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service."
According to search results it may mean the capture source is already in use.
Maybe this is consequence of another error, no way to tell without debugging.
Try to reduce setup: disable preview, disable sound capture, set all capture timing options to default.
Well, I'm definitely getting the video and audio coming through in Amarec. Figuring out how to set it up for a good capture now.