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#1 pengchee

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Posted 26 March 2013 - 05:32 AM

I have search through the net but could not yet find the solution.

After recording from a USB capture device (DU-CV USB capture device
using windows movie maker line in from TV) there was no audio in the
recording when I playback the recording, although the video is OK. I
could hear the sound from the speaker when doing the recording. when
playing other downloaded movies and other it is normal that is audio is OK. For your information
my on-board chipset (sound) seem faulty (Gigabyte GA-G41M-ES2L
motherboard), there was no sound from my speaker when playing any video
movie. I have installed ESS Maestro 2E PCI sound card and the sound is
OK, when playing video file but when I do a recording with movie maker
there is no audio in the recorded video. In volume control in the PC Speaker, 'balance' slider
seem dead not able to slide 'L' or 'R' only the 'volume slider' can be
move or down. Hope it help you all. OS. XP Pro SP3. Thanks.



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Posted 26 March 2013 - 06:29 AM

The problem might be with your sound recorder. 

 

Open Sounds and Audio Devices. Click on Voice tab and test your hardware is working properly or not.



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Posted 26 March 2013 - 09:26 PM

Thank you Special Techie for the respond. I just check it as you mentioned the result is 'you have successfully completed the sound hardware test wizard. Your sound hardware is working properly.'  Hope you pal's can further help me the next cource of what to do. Thanks.

 




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