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- February 2, 2007 at 8:54 AM #44797AnonymousInactive
I was wondering… I have an ATI TV Tuner input for my PC. It has an adapter for two audio inputs and a video (the standard red, white and black analog inputs)
I have a client that wants music added to a video from a cassette tape.
I checked the cassette players I have. One has analog inputs (CD Line in) but none have outputs.
How can I output from the cassette and change the signal to digital, suitable fro PP 2.0?
Is there a piece of hardware I need or another way?
Thanks for your help.
Ps. the cassette players I have only have analog headphone jacks would that work? Plugging the head phone jack into say a line in on the pcs audio card?
Thanks — this is a cassette tape that they have the music on not vcr. I can input from vcr through the TV tuner with no problems but what we need is a cassette player with "line out" or some other sort of adapter kit.
My cassette player has a headphone jack (is that a 5mm jack?). I was wondering if there is some sort of "5mm plug that could end up in analog plugs at the other end? — If I made one, would the outputs be compatible?
Of course we could play it into a mic but thats defeating the purpose – loss of quality etc.
I think you’re right (as usual).. I can tell you what DOESNT work…
I found a wire that I use from my camcorder to the tv — its a 5mm plug on one side and had left / right audio and video out (which would go to the tv)
So I thought by plugging the 5mm plug into the cassette player, then into the TV tuner, I could pick up at least the audio. That dident work
I also tried the old unfaithful Dazzle device, as it has two audio inputs (and ends in a usb II plug) but that dident seem to work either.
I played around with the settings of various recording softwares but I could not pick up any sound playing. (this is where I could have had a mistake I think — It should work otherwise I would think?)
(and yes, I checked the tape without the headphone jack plugged in to make sure it plays through the casette player’s speakers)
ok, heres what I did.
you need a cable with a 5mm (headphone) jack on both ends.
sound comes out of the cassette player and into the sound card
change the input to "Line in" on the sound card.
Open a sound editor (I used WaveStudio that ships with my Audigy sound card)
press record on WS and play on the tape.
then you save the peice, and import into Premiere.
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