I want to capture old video and have the hardware and software to do it. However I cant get it to work.
The capture device consists of four cables and USB connector. The four cables: , one yellow (marked video) , one white (audio left), one red (audio right) and a fourth cable with a black circular female input (marked S-Video) . I am able to attach the red, yellow and white connections to my VCR without any difficulty. However the VCR socket (S-Video) for the fourth cable is female. So I am unable to attach the Video capture cable which is also female.
My question, does that fourth cable have to be attached to make it work. If so can I get an adapter. I ATTACH TWO PHOTOS TO EXPLAIN IMG_9341.JPG IMG_9343.JPG
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