If you do see "Enhanced" or "2.0", please make sure you have your USB 2.0 capture device connected directly to your computer and not through a USB hub or USB extension cable.
In the Advanced Mode, use the pull-down menu in the Capture screen to change from 4:3 to 16:9.
If you do not see the word "Enhanced" or "2.0" listed, this would indicate that your computer does not have a USB 2.0 controller card installed. To correct this issue, a USB 2.0 card will need to be installed in your computer.
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.
(When using the Advanced mode, it is recommended that you connect the device before starting the program) This may be because the video you are capturing is in the 16:9 (Widescreen) format.
In the Easy mode, select Widescreen (16:9) at the bottom of step 4.It is recommended that no more than 10 clips be added to the Storyboard at one time (depending on the CPU - more or less than 10 may apply).- Out of sync audio may simply be a result of processor delay when recording and playing back simultaneously.Please make sure that the RCA/composite (yellow, red & white) cables are plugged into the VIDEO OUT and AUDIO OUT ports on the back of your VCR. Additional notes: - DVD/VHS combo player users: The S-Video connection on DVD/VHS combo players are generally for DVD player side only.We recommend that you use RCA/composite (yellow, red & white) cables.Please refer to your TV/VCRs for additional documentation - Video editing is a very processor-intensive task.