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capturing with vlc

Postby jessie -alain » 2016-09-28 12:04

hi !

i am wondering if it is possible to capture with vlc

i am trying so but it don't seems to be possible .

is there someone to help me ?

in better cases , i obtain noises video and audio

but my secam k7 doesn't works at all

but my vcr is ok , my pc is ok , my capture card is ok too , so , what's the trouble ?

bad software ? how is the rigt one ?

help please ....

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Re: capturing with vlc

Postby stevepusser » 2016-09-28 20:20

Please explain exactly what you tried and how it failed. Otherwise, nobody can help.
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Re: capturing with vlc

Postby edbarx » 2016-09-29 06:43

If you want to record audio signals via a microphone be aware the pc's signal to noise ratio is far from satisfactory. To avoid having too much noise, you can use a signal amplifier with a very good signal to noise ratio which allows you to keep the computer's gain low, effectively minimising noise.
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