WinFast TV2000 XP - No sound control / No Mute while viewing, No sound when playing-back captured tv

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by M.Stoica, Feb 9, 2004.

  1. M.Stoica

    M.Stoica Guest

    Very good card, but there is something "rotten" with the sound:

    I do have sound in TV Mode, but "mute" and "volume" don't work.
    Also, there is no sound when playing-back captured tv.
    Everything seems ok, "Audio recording line" is set to TV Tuner Audio,
    "Capture audio" is ticked. Not much else one can do.

    The audio cable is connected to the motherboard.
    Googled for answers, found some other "sound problems" but not quite

    Thanks in advance for any help.

    M.Stoica, Feb 9, 2004
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    ufo_hk Guest

    You might want to try the follwoing - move the audio cable from the line in
    to the mic in. It worked for me - but I can't actually hear the sound while
    capturing but at least the sound is then when I play back the captured file.

    Or does the audio recording line give you the option to select "line in" ?
    ufo_hk, Feb 10, 2004
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  3. M.Stoica

    M.Stoica Guest

    Thank you.
    Yes, I had read you have the opposite problem, still not fixed ? Would have
    preferred your problem ;)

    The card has neither "mic in", nor "line in" connectors. It is connected to
    the sound card (motheboard built-in) with an audio cable.

    I tryed all the options in the audio recording line, including "line in",
    just to be sure. Nothing works.
    M.Stoica, Feb 10, 2004
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    xman Charlie Guest

    Got the tv2000 xp pro version. Abit at7 max 2 mb/audigy 2 sound card.

    My setting for sound...

    audio out control lin/line in

    audio record line/analog mixer

    There are 2 boxes to check in settings.

    Have updated software from their website. I notice there is JPEG/PNG/TIFF,
    for snapshots, not only BMP.

    My 2 cents
    xman Charlie, Feb 10, 2004
  5. M.Stoica

    ufo_hk Guest

    Did a dirty split the audio lead and sent to the line in / mic in at the
    same time now have audio during capture and play back. But it shouldn't need
    to be set up this way.
    ufo_hk, Feb 10, 2004
  6. M.Stoica

    M.Stoica Guest

    Thank you both for trying to help.
    I guess I'll give it a try with the lead trick. Can't hurt.

    M.Stoica, Feb 10, 2004
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