Then upgrade to Premium Member and show your support! - Also: Like Us on Facebook for special DVD/Blu-ray news and deals! Most modern Win7-compatible gear is based around low-quality PVR (a poor man's TiVo), and not quality capturing of older analog sources. newby View Public Profile Send a private message to newby Find all posts by newby #14 05-05-2011, 08:23 AM lordsmurf Site Staff | Video Join Date: Dec 2002 Did you use the ones on the disc that came with it or did ya download them off a website?
CCC controls the graphics card drivers and display options. newby View Public Profile Send a private message to newby Find all posts by newby Someday, 12:01 PM Google Ads / Sponsors Join Date: ∞ Posts: 42 Thanks: ∞ Thanked The attached screen shots, before/after images, photos and graphics are created/posted for the benefit of site members. The attached screen shots, before/after images, photos and graphics are created/posted for the benefit of site members.
Each day, our international team of techs adds hundreds of new drivers to our archive. Type File Name System File Size Download Driver tvw-usb2-5-01-6317.exe TV Wonder USB 2.0 Drivers Windows XP (32-bit) 2.1MB Related Drivers ATI HDTV Wonder TV Tuner ATI TV Wonder 600 USB TV It works, too. Set the correct input ( mine is set to composite because that was the only cable I had here at the moment ): You must be logged in to view this
The same is true with these two ATI apps. I run an ATI firepro v3800. Enable audio playback if you can't hear audio: You must be logged in to view this content; either login or register for the forum. Check Device Manager( WinKey + Pause/Break for easy access ) to make sure the device has been recognized: If you plan to capture to MPEG-2, then install CMC.
And you are invited to join our digital media community. 3. It's a low-cost, high performance system. - Did my advice help you? So, as my notes had suggested, I installed the Windows 7 drivers for the TV Wonder HD 600 USB from Diamond's website without removing the Vista drivers previously installed. And you are invited to join our digital media community. 2.
Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Subscribe to this Thread Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode Thread 22nd Nov 201319:21 #1 FromPartsUnknown View Profile I extracted the drivers from ati that others had pointed to with 7zip. Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker or buy a VSO converter software :) Forum Video Capturing Anyone gotten ATI AMD TV Wonder HD 600 USB 2.0 to work Is that right?
Statistics 662 unique visitors Newest guides How to get HandBrake with FDK-AAC for Windows How to apply color correction using the Gradie... Windows 7 x64 Ultimate, same computer hardware as attempt #1, but with post-beta retail version now installed. I found some installation notes for using the ATI TV Wonder HD 600 USB with Windows 7 that I had obtained from a VideoHelp thread and saved. I'll pull a TBC and VCR to that desk tonight or tomorrow, between encodes, and try to write a guide that covers install (XP, Vista, 7), and separate that will cover
Windows 8 32-bit. I'm beginning to Wonder (haha) if there's something wrong with the particular card I bought (its just a very slight possibility, when I first installed the card one problem was intermittant Were you able to install the driver straight from the CD, as lordsmurf was, or did you (have to) install the USB driver found elsewhere in this forum? When you install Media Center the window might disappear for a while and never show an "Installation Complete" dialog, but check your Programs menu and you should see it.
Is that right? My test capture was a video that I cannot share (video belongs to a client, some family event), off a higher-end Hi8 Sony camera. admin View Public Profile Send a private message to admin Find all posts by admin #3 04-21-2011, 11:04 AM dad2 Free Member Join Date: Sep 2010 Posts: 21
I have not used my TV Wonder HD 600 USB since updating to Windows 8.1. SOOO... Quote 16th Jul 201617:02 #11 thetechlink View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateJul 2016 LocationChattanooga,TN I only wanted the drivers installed. Those are the same drivers I installed.
So far, (for the first time) no computer crashes, no green/black screen from composite/s-video inputs, very stable on tv reception and recording. I took a ton of screen caps to write a guide, as I promised so long ago over at Videohelp. Those are completely separate and unrelated applications. It works flawlessly on a Windows 7 x64 Ultimate dual-core Intel.
I didn't install CMC - just the driver - and it works fine. I'm referring to usually_quite's post or partial guide on making a custom profile and bitrate setting: 12. Password Ask Question Join / Register FAQ Today's Posts Basic Search Advanced Search How to Support digitalFAQ.com · When Will My Question Be Answered? · Yep, it works great.
Quote 24th Nov 201317:40 #9 FromPartsUnknown View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateFeb 2006 LocationUnited States I got a message saying "drivers not installed" after doing what To download, select the best match for your device and then click the Download button. It can out-encode quite a few quad-core computers, for H.264 and MPEG-2 encoding. I will have to test it to see if it still works when I have the time.
now) Uninstalled all of it, ran CCleaner to purge as much ATI goodness as I could. If all else fails, you can request the driver and we will find it for you. All rights reserved. Everything worked beautifully in Windows XP, which is why most serious video users are still based around XP setups.
I see nothing on the interface to do this with? 15. And I've ordered the same ATI TV Wonder 600 USB stick ... The time now is 12:27 PM — vBulletin Copyright © Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd Top of Page - Site Home - Forum Home - Archive - Forum Policies Content and Design It didn't work -- black screen, no video or audio. (Note: False result!) DScaler worked for video, no audio. (Run as XP SP3 compatibility, or it crashes Win7 with BSOD.) AMcap
lordsmurf View Public Profile Send a private message to lordsmurf Find all posts by lordsmurf #15 05-14-2011, 01:03 PM Tuco Premium Member Join Date: Mar 2011 Posts: 77 I captured to MPEG-2 @8000kbps, 256k MP2 audio, in ATI CMC. I hope its ok to repost my original post and will not cause any offense? Unfortunately, Microsoft more or less gave the finger to video users, when making Vista and Win7.