VideoStudio :: Error / Failed To Initialize Video Capture Plugin
May 1, 2012
After not having much luck with the last video card, I changed my video card to a device with the Philips 713x chipset
Now when I select video capture I get the following message:
failed to initialize the video capture plugin
Open driver failed
cannot create the video capture filter
I have just installed card (SAA7130 TV PCI card) with latest drivers excluding the software so Video Studio 12 pro is the only capture software on the machine . I also re-installed both card and Video Studio after doing a complete system restore and used CC cleaner to remove any residual data before re-installing.
I need to use video capture within the Video Studio software as I need to use the scene detection functionality.The reason I had to change the card in the first place is that video studio only allowed me to capture in AVI 320x240 and gave 'capture failed' errors with anything else.
in capture mode, choosing "capture video"I get error message "failed to initialize the video capture plug-in another program may be using it or this file has been moved" " open driver failed" 152.00.43.0 15023.4.2 my video capture device is a USB WDM 2860 and shows in the "source" window but no "formate" can be chosen and no video comes through. The operating system is windows 7 64 bit. I have "Magix movie edit pro 17" and "Cyberlink Video Director" and both of these programs work with the same device and capture. Neather one of these applications are running while using Video Studio. I checked and nothing else is utilizing this USB WDM 2860 device. I reinstalled the software, installed the patches, and uninstalled the USB drivers and reinstalled them.
I just installed VideoStudio Pro X4 on my Dell laptop with 64BIT, Windows 7 Home Premium. I am TRYING to use an EZCAP 64BIT device with my 8MM camcorder connected to it and "Composite" input selected as is appropriate in this connection. VideoStudio loads fine; select Capture tab, fine; click Capture Video, that loads fine with "Capture Video" flashing and waiting to be clicked again to begin capture, fine; I click "Capture Video," the icon changes to "Stop Capture," fine; I press PLAY on my 8MM camcorder; the video and audio begin, and I can see and hear it on my machine for approximately 8 - 10 seconds, then a box pops up with the message, "Unable to capture the file because it is copyright protected. OK"
I just recently started having problems with my PSP Photo XI program on my laptop. The other day it would start up and run normally, but the next day when I went to run the program, it wouldn't start. My computer would freeze up and show this error message: "The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000006). Click OK to terminate the applicaion."
I tried turning off my computer and running the program again, but the same thing came up. I tried to run the repair program on it, nothing. I even tried to uninstall PSP XI to no avail as I got a different error message: "Internal Error 2328 C:Program FilesCorelCorel Paint Shop Pro XICoreErrorCodesRC.dll"
I really don't know what to do, short of just completely resetting my laptop back to factory settings and starting fresh. But even then I don't know if that would fix the problem.
I wish I knew why the program decided to just stop working one day, as I haven't downloaded anything and my anti-virus is up to date.My computer is a Dell XPS M1710, and it runs Windows XP SP3.
After apparently successfully capturing dv from Sony Cam (V1P) and Panasonic NVGS400 via firewire, I get message 'capture failed, corrupt files'. This happens with VS4 and VS5 both of which are installed on this computer. Settings are lower field first, dv1. All patches are installed.
I have VideoStudio Pro X5 ultimate. Build # 126.96.36.199 I have upgraded my operating system from Windows 7 to windows 8. On windows 7, Screen Capture worked just fine. On windows 8 it does not operate. I get a message as follows: “VSSCap. Prepare Record Failed!!! #42” How can I get Screen Capture to work on my Windows 8 system? All other functions of VideoStudio Pro X5 seem to work OK. I tried to submit a question to Corel as to what this Error code means and how to correct the problem but they say "NO TECKS AVAILABLE TO ANSWER YOUR QUESTION" And just log me out?
What "Prepare Record Failed!!! #42" means and or how to correct it? It seems to me that if Corel gives you an error message then they should support that error but they do not! Why don't they? They say that Windows 8 and VideoStudio Pro X5 Ultimate are completely compatible then why am I getting this message. Corel really should support it's message errors and not let its customers struggle for an answer? I love VideoStudio Pro X5 Ultimate and try as I may I cannot solve this problem.
I wanted to install plugin "Layer-via-Copy-Cut", when I tried to extract to Gimps plugin folder I received an error that I needed "libgimpui-2.0-0.dll". I have only been using Gimp for several days and I installed the 2.8.2 version
I Just bought a new HP laptop and it came with Corel VideoStudio Pro X3 pre installed. When I go to open the program I get the error message 'Cannot initialize application. The screen resolution is too small to play the video. The screen resolution must be set to at least 1024 x 768". Well the screen res is on 1600 x 900, so i thought i would have that covered. I tried changing the screen res to 1024x768 and get the same message.
I just purchased Video Studio Pro X3 and I love it . In my opinion it is possible to capture video from the video camera. I have a JVC HD camera
This the camera I purchased.
I would like to hook my camera up to my computer
How do I do this. Now of course my camera records off an SD card and I can just stick it in there and edit. The reason I am hoping I can capture video just like I can with a webcam is because the view screen on my camera no longer functions so therefore I can only point in my general direction and center up the shot in post edit.
I have been trying to capture both Video and Audio in Video Studio Pro X4. I have a program called Diamond One-Touch Video Capture V500 that uses a USB connection for the Video and Stereo output from my Sony Handycam Digital 8 Model DCR-TRV740. The one touch software works well to capture both the Video and Audio, however, I was hoping when I purchased the Corel Video Studio Pro X4, that I would be able to record both video and audio with the capture feature, since V500 Video shows under sources in the capture screen.why the Video Studio will not record the audio while the One Touch Video program will?
I am using VideoStudio 11 for my capture software. what capture hardware is compatible with my software. I have Dazzle DVD recorder plus and Hauppauge USB-live-2. VideoStudio 11, will not work with either of these devices. When using the Hauppauge hardware I get the following error message: 15023:4:2, unable to switch to capture mode. .
No video preview during capture and did not see a cure to the problem. I just installed and updated VS X4 on Windows 7 and have the same problem. The capture goes perfectly it just does not show a preview on the screen. I tried capturing in Windows Movie Maker and it shows a preview while capturing
Direct X upto date preference set to window preview.
im trying to capture in VS x4 but i only get audio. no video is coming up on my capture screen but if i record, the recording will show video... video just wont show up in the capture screen inside VS x4.. i read where people couldnt see video if they were trying to capture DV and some were told to get windv or someother program to get the video but im not trying to capture dv.. im trying to capture video with my tv capture card, avertv hybrid volar max.. it captures the audio thru the vd x4 capture screen but not the video although if i do a recording both audio and video will play in the mpg.. why cant i see the video in the capture screen?
I'm trying to capture video from a VHS/DVD machine using an EasyCap (2.0 I think). I'm able to get video but it's pulling the audio from my computer's mic. I investigated settings and found that 1) the format resets to MPEG if I set it on DVD and 2) when I go into Options > Video and Audio Capture... and select the only option in the drop-down for Audio device that says USB, the program crashed. I opened it back up and saw that it was still set on USB for the Audio device, but when testing I didn't get the video's audio. I'm new to capturing video this way, am I missing something? I double checked that the cables are plugged in correctly.
I downloaded video studio x4 trial to test drive. I have the upgrade boxed version on the way. I'm running it on my Win7 Home Premium system, 6 gig ram. My camera is a JVC gr-d850 mini DV tape camera. I connect the camera to my computer using a 4-6 pin avi cable. The computer detects the camera with no problem. However, when I open VS x4, it tells me no camera is detected or not connected. My laptop has a 4 pin firewire connection. If I use a 4-4 pin cable between the laptop and camera and open VS x4 it detects the camera with no problem. why the desk top can detect the camera but the software on it can't? And using the laptop instead is not really an option since it is way under powered to handle what I plan to throw at this program.
I enjoy the Video Studio Pro X5 over X3 and I finally got the machine to accept the driver for the samsung minidvd video camera. I selected capture video and started playing the video and hit start capture. It appears to work, but it only records and saves maybe 30 seconds of video. I did a 15 minute tour of a cave but less than 30 seconds of the video is saved.
I have just installed Video Studio 5 and using my Canon XH/A1 HDD camera I get the following message " can not change to capture mode --check video capture driver is working properly" .Does this mean there is not a driver for my camera and secondly how do you 'check your driver is working properly'.
When capturing video, other formats besides DVD are missing. I am trying to import video for outputting Blu-Ray but I am unable to select Blu-Ray as the imput format. It's not greyed out, it's missing along with other formats. The only format that you can select is DVD.
I'm running VSproX2 and I'm trying to capture video from my Panasonic DVX100 camera. I have some Christmas stuff I want to edit. I cant seem to get VS to recognize the Camera. I dont know if it's a setting in the camera or a bad firewire (4pin) port.
Does the camera need a driver to be loaded? Should the PC have recognized the Camera when it was plugged in (like USB devices)?
I have the camera set to VCR mode. In VS, I go to Capture and select Capture Video. It says "Either no device is installed, or the device is not connected". Nothing is listed in Source or Format.
Corel VSX4 now says "Either no video capture driver is installed in this system or do device is connected" now I am unable to capture new video from any source. W7 64B and I have downloaded the latest updates.
Using VideoStudio X4. I Have a JVC VHS unit which captures video perfectly fine. It's connected via firewire from the JVC unit into a firewire 2 adapter and into the iMac. However I also have a Sony 8mm playerGV - D800E unit which plays back via the preview pain on X4 fine, but as soon as you hit capture, it runs for 9 seconds and stops and it does capture 9 seconds of footage. I've run the Sony unit with other apps and it works fine. Just with X4 I have issues with. Tried switching between DVD (array of differnt setting) and DV (Type1 and 2) but with no luck.
I also tried connecting the Digital Sony 8MM player via a video capture device (Canopus ADVC110), same result. It captures video for 9 seconds, VS stops capturing, and the player continues and play's back on the viewer in VS.
I bought a new computer (Dell E5520 laptop with Windows 7) and transfered all my programs/data; Video Studio Pro X4 wouldn't work - would not capture video. I un-installed the program. When I try to install VS ProX4 on my new computer from the disc I get a small blank window and a flashing diaglogue box pops up so quickly I can't read it. I have run virus scans and removed all identified threats. I am running a Intel Core i5, have 4GB Ram and 500GB disk. Installation and operations were great on my old system running XP.