I am having a few problems with capturing some VHS footage into my computer.
I have some old home videos on VHS-C tapes and i was given a Tevion USB adaptor to go between my video recorder and pc.
First off, Adobe Premiere does not recognise the USB adaptor so i installed the bundled software (Arcsoft Showbiz DVD).
After installing the software on both my main pc (Windows 7) and old laptop (Win XP) i could not get the EMP sound drivers to work. The only way that i could get sound into the software was to take a feed out of the audio outs on the video recorder and into my soundcard.
Now, when i tried to capture the video, it started to work but then restarted my computer. After this, it would no longer capture, telling me that the file type isn't supported, and then on restarting the computer it went into capture mode ok, but captured nothing.
I am now fed up with this device and software, as also my video recorder is starting to chew up my vhs-c tapes and my vhs-c adaptor has just stopped ejecting the little tapes (i think something is stuck).
All in all, i'm giving up for today on this .
What i wondered is if there is some type of capture device i could get that would work directly with Adobe Premiere CS5.5 (64 bit preferably) to save me this rigmerole.
Any advice would be greatly received.