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If your stereo receiver/amplifier does not have any composite/RCA outputs, you may need to use the headphone jack.
You may need to adjust the video standard (format) setting of the Windows operating system if you are attempting to convert video originally recorded or created in another country.
Those turntables without built in amplification will need to be plugged into a stereo receiver/amplifier to boost the audio to a listening level.
The outputs from the stereo receiver/amplifier can then be plugged into the VHS to DVD capture device for recording purposes.
Typically you will use the same setting that you used in the 'Change Video Standard' application.
This message indicates you have not added your clip to the Burn menu.
*If the hardware encoding status is unknown, please contact the card/device manufacturer for more information.
Unfortunately HD video exceeds the resolution limitations of DVD discs.
Burning on Blu-ray requires a Blu-ray burner and an HDV camcorder connected to a Firewire/IEEE1394 port (for HD content).
Please make sure to click the 'Change' button before pressing OK at the bottom.
If the video continues to remain in black & white after using the 'Change Video Standard' application, you may also need to adjust the video standard setting within the VHS to DVD software.