Since capturing analog is not possible, it looks like a question for help, based on the following:
While skiiing down Cypress mountain, I noticed I had no audio. But in the plane to Vancouver I had audio. Help please?
I promise, if you can give me a satisfactory answer that solves this issue, I will do my best to help you. If you give the wrong answer (very likely), I will start to harass you for more details.
While Skiing the thrill of the sport was sound enough
What is your setup and workflow for the A-D conversion/capture? What hardware are you using, and what software is in the mix?
It is likely either an equipment, or software problem. The "fix" will depend on just what the hardware and the software are, and their settings.
Not entirely correct, but I'll give you the benefit of the doubt. (The correct answer was: You never were on Cypress mountain. Nicoline Sauerbreij was and you only watched, but the TV was muted because of a telephone call).
Did you use a Canopus AVDC-110 or similar to capture? I hope not a Matrox card, but please give these details.
I didnt install the card and I am going to guess and say a Matrox.
We had purchased the Matrox RT.X100 Xtremo Pro package years ago
I did too and it is great.... as a doorstopper. If you use it for anything else, you will be disappointed and will quickly develop migraine. If you use it in a PC, you will get very proficient in installing again and again your OS & programs, while the migraine will only increase.