NCH Debut Video Capture Software - No Device Of This Type Present
Sep 10, 2010
This software works fine with my webcam until I hit the Record button then I get this error message - no device of this type is present. I searched everywhere for this message and no hits, not even on the NCH website, thing is that this message does come up if it can't find your webcam but it does find and display my camera. Only when I try to record do I get this msg. Works fine with XP I am running Win 7 ultimate. NCH website says its compatible with Win 7. No device driver problems .....
I am having trouble running the ComproDTV 4 on Windows 7 RE, build 7100.Windows Media Center has no problem showing all channels but ComproDTV won't run. It comes up with a message saying "No Video capture device found, please reinstall the driver again".I reinstalled the driver again, this time from Compro's website, still get the same message. I know the E700's driver is working but why ComproDTV won't run. I like the app because i can share the recorded filew it in native form with PS3.ComproDTV4 is not picking up the TV tuner card.
I logged on this morning. Go to start Google Chrome up, I get 'The SubSytem needed to support the image type is not present.' I then reboot, Same thing, I've tried using Chkdsk, Nothing there, I've also tryed using SFC /SCANNOW which found errors but couldn't fix them...
I recently upgraded to the MS 2007 Enterprise suite on our media computer, and having trouble playing video in PowerPoint. I insert my movie via Insert > Movie > Movie From File. I found out that if I right-click and Preview the movie, it will play fine in my slide, however when running the slide show it will play only audio.Notes: It will play audio only either when asking it to start automatically or on click. It is listed as MS Compatible files (WMV). The movie is located on the PC locally in the same folder as the PPT. The movie plays fine in Windows Media Player. I've read through "Compatible multimedia file formats" and "My movie doesn't play" articles on MS website regarding version 2007.
I have a system running Windows 7 Pro 32-bit which does not show any icons whatsoever when right-clicking on the speaker in the system tray and then clicking on the RECORDING DEVICES option. There doesn't appear to be any devices disconnected and none that are disabled. There simply isn't any type of device listed at all.
This particular user is about to buy and connect a USB microphone to this system. Will he run into problems with no devices listed in this area? Is there something no correctly configured in the BIOS? He is using an ASUS MB, but I do not have the model number in front of me at the moment. The sound, however, is onboard (no separate sound card installed).
I should also note to you that he has full sound capability, full CD/DVD playback sound, full Windows theme sounds, etc.
My friend's notebook with Vista OP shows "no audio output device is installed".i went to HP site and d/loaded and installed the audio driver but no change ... also basic steps like restore didn't work.it is a fairly old computer (7 years) but I would like to get sound back as my friend is in recovery and the computer is a great companion/entertainment for the long hours of bedrest
Looking for suggestions. Would be great if the program was FREE !I'm using a Diamond VC 600. The included program seems very rough.although quite a few formats are available. The end product is less than I expected
I upgraded from XP to 7 about a year or so ago, and just noticed that the few home DV videos I captured since then were in AVI format, and about 12 GB each, compared to the former ones on XP which were WMV and not quite 1GB each. I have tried in vain to set the automatic capture on Windows Movie Maker to WMV as default, but it doesn't seem to allow it. These AVI files are just too big for my storage space over time.
I upgraded from XP to 7 about a year or so ago, and just noticed that the few home DV videos I captured since then were in AVI format, and about 12 GB each, compared to the former ones on XP which were WMV and not quite 1GB each. I have tried in vain to set the automatic capture on Windows Movie Maker to WMV as default, but it doesn't seem to allow it. Is there a workaround, or am I missing something? These AVI files are just too big for my storage space over time.
Have one of these QMB Computers-Quality made better and everything installs except the video capture driver. Was running successfully on XP previously. Are there compatible Windows 7 64 bit drivers for this?
I regularly video sports events with my Canon Legria HFS10 and download the results to my Dell Inspiron 1545 which has Windows 7 home edition 64 bit. Problem is that I'm limited to 3 hours full HD capture on camera and usually the event goes on longer than that without breaks. Is there a way I can capture from camera to PC while still recording the event, because there is no pause long enough to do a download during the event? The cam has a component out and HDMI out. Full HD quality is important.
I'm wondering if there are any Video capture devices (I want to convert old VHS movies to DVD)that will work PROPERLY with Windows 7 Ultimate (64 bit version).I see several devices out there that claim to, but after following up...it seems they are having trouble with them...example: Sabrent USB video capture?
i have been teaching people how to start 3d developing, and have recently gotten into BF3 and medal of honor.i absolutely love gaming, and back when UT2k4 was big i liked to record vids of me playing. unfortunatly medal of honor and BF3 slow down to a whopping 2FPS when using Fraps, X Fire, and 1 with camtasia.i need somthing 3d party that i can have a DVI-D in ,DVI-D out and a usb out to gather the vid when im done.ultimately id like to be able to record full 1080p at full 60-70 fps
like the title states i keep hearing about how i need a video capture card to make machinimas from game play i record from my xbox 360, however i havent a clue how i go about looking for this or if it is even necessary for windows 7 os laptops (i dont have desktop) so any and all info would help, from what i already found out there are 2 types USB and internal hardware inserts and installations available but the rest is a mystery to me so if anyone has information on this i could use it for sure.
I want to capture screen flow in video or image on windows 7 64 bits system, with NVidia Quadro 600 graphic card (driver is up to date). I use lib vlc for video capture, or "print screen" button for image capture. When I try to capture a fullscreen opengl application, or a QML application, or WPF application, the captured image is black. It seems that graphic card content can't be acquired. It is the same for each computer which is under windows 7. This manipulation worked on windows XP.
Question: What are the changes on screen capturing between windows XP and windows 7? Is there any option to activate in system? Is there any software which could work (with an API)?
When I type in Word 2010, frequently my keyboard will refuse to type. It will type a couple letters and then I have to wait to get it to go on. Then it will type a few more, etc. Another time it will type without an issue.I have changed the battery.
[code] I get the following error message when trying to view a video file *.asx."Windows Media Player cannot play the file. The Player might not support the file type or might not support the codec that was used to compress the file."Plus, I also get a similar error msg with WMC.However if I select VLC to play the video, it plays just fine. Plus I get the following information. [code] Why can't WMP or WMC play this native MSFT video format?
I found a few pix in my files that I want to edit with Photoshop. I can't open them in PS because they are Type 1 or Type 2. When I try to open them, PS says they are .jpg.1 or. jpg.2. How do I get rid of the .1 and .2 so they become normal JPG photo files?I can look at them with Windows Photo Viewer but I can't figure out how to convert them to normal JPG files.