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  1. Hi

    I am having trouble getting started with digitizing my VHS.

    The issue is my VHS player, I believe, because it doesn't have a Composite OUT and instead only has the three colors (Yellow, Red, White) with IN connection written on it.

    So, my question is can anyone in this knowledgeable community recommend me some VHS players which have the Composite OUT and also S-Video ports, as my current VHS player doesn't have the S-Video port too?

    Also, I live in the United Kingdom, so does the VHS player have to be a PAL only device or does it not matter if it also was NTSC?

    Thank You!
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    Originally Posted by vee View Post
    Hi

    I am having trouble getting started with digitizing my VHS.

    The issue is my VHS player, I believe, because it doesn't have a Composite OUT and instead only has the three colors (Yellow, Red, White) with IN connection written on it.

    So, my question is can anyone in this knowledgeable community recommend me some VHS players which have the Composite OUT and also S-Video ports, as my current VHS player doesn't have the S-Video port too?

    Also, I live in the United Kingdom, so does the VHS player have to be a PAL only device or does it not matter if it also was NTSC?

    Thank You!
    If you live in the UK you probably have a SCART output on your VCR and then you need a SCART to Composite adaptor.

    Standard VHS players donít have SVideo output. You need an SVHS player for that.
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    Originally Posted by vee View Post
    Hi

    I am having trouble getting started with digitizing my VHS.

    The issue is my VHS player, I believe, because it doesn't have a Composite OUT and instead only has the three colors (Yellow, Red, White) with IN connection written on it.

    So, my question is can anyone in this knowledgeable community recommend me some VHS players which have the Composite OUT and also S-Video ports, as my current VHS player doesn't have the S-Video port too?

    Also, I live in the United Kingdom, so does the VHS player have to be a PAL only device or does it not matter if it also was NTSC?

    Thank You!
    If you live in the UK you probably have a SCART output on your VCR and then you need a SCART to Composite adaptor.

    Standard VHS players donít have SVideo output. You need an SVHS player for that.

    Thank you, I'll report back. I am a newbie to this haha
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  4. Iíve connected the SCART to Composite adapter and moved the switch to OUT, but the CE310B is not showing up on either AVerMediaís Capture Studio & even on VirtualDub which says the following ďVirtualDub cannot connect to the desired capture cardĒ.

    Iím at loss as to what to do.

    I think as a last resort might give the VHS digitisation services a go.

    Iíve also got the latest driver installed for the CE310B.

    Any help is appreciated!
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    Open device manager (search in start menu) and youíll see a long list of devices. Usually if a device has issues or lacks a driver, its line will be open/expanded.

    If everything looks ok, see if you can actually find it at all, in the list. It may have a generic name so use your imagination if you canít find anything with avermedia in it.

    In any case, download the latest drivers from the avermedia website.

    You should also check if the card is properly inserted in the slot.
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    Open device manager (search in start menu) and youíll see a long list of devices. Usually if a device has issues or lacks a driver, its line will be open/expanded.

    If everything looks ok, see if you can actually find it at all, in the list. It may have a generic name so use your imagination if you canít find anything with avermedia in it.

    In any case, download the latest drivers from the avermedia website.

    You should also check if the card is properly inserted in the slot.
    Yep, have seated the CE310B properly and there were no warning signs or anything in Device Manager, also it didnít have a generic name, instead it said ďAVerMedia CE310B Capture DeviceĒ or ďCardĒ.

    So, it recognises the card in Device Manager, but not in AVerMediaís capture programme or VirtualDub for example.

    Iím not sure what to do with this capture card anymore. Itís annoying.
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    Try OSB and maybe itíll detect it.

    Its not a good sign if the card isnít detected by its own software....

    Try something out of the ordinary like removing and reinstalling it, if possible in another slot.
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  8. Originally Posted by 88charlie View Post
    Try OSB and maybe itíll detect it.

    Its not a good sign if the card isnít detected by its own software....

    Try something out of the ordinary like removing and reinstalling it, if possible in another slot.
    Yes, will try OSB.

    Also will try removing the graphics card and insert the CE310B into its slot.

    Will report back how it goes.
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    Originally Posted by vee View Post
    Originally Posted by 88charlie View Post
    Try OSB and maybe itíll detect it.

    Its not a good sign if the card isnít detected by its own software....

    Try something out of the ordinary like removing and reinstalling it, if possible in another slot.
    Yes, will try OSB.

    Also will try removing the graphics card and insert the CE310B into its slot.

    Will report back how it goes.
    Meant OBS...sorry
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