I have gone back to ths as I am getting nowhere witht his stupid program but the workshop is useless as the pictures don't relate to what I see and I can't see how to make the changes i need; what is the point of this if you never answer any question and you provide rubbish tutorilas. They are ok if everything works but if it doesn't you are stuck
Meena wrote "it doesn't explain how I would know if my computer had a sound card or whatever . . . "
1. Presence or absence of sound in a PC is the first clue.
2. Hardware can be reported by the free software at www.belarc.com
3. P.3 of the workshop PDF pictures three different types of connector commonly found on sound cards (used to connect VHS players etc.)
Hang on in there Meena, I must admit the so called support from this company seems a little thin on the ground and this workshop seems pretty useless, nothing like I expected but perhaps if enought people moan they might get the message and give it a little love :-)
Have followed all suggested however flicker was not eliminated from the finished item, believe VHS tapes were from 16mm film stock. Therefore the flicker cannot be eliminated Majix 14 pro. Have also tried direct conversion from 16mm projected onto a screen then recorded on digital camcorder, same result. Any suggestions for 16 - 8 mm film stock conversion.
If you dont know if your puter has a sound card or not, then you shouldnt be playing with such an advanced feature as vid trans!...If you have not put a sound card in ur your puter, chances are you dnt have one!...most puters come with integrated sound+vids cards unless u install them!>.