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Q1 Why do I hear TV sound, but not see the video display?
Q2 Why doesn't my FlyVideo Series card have audio, video display or other functions?
Q3 What Operating Systems (O/S) do FlyVideo Series support?
Q4 Why can't I capture sound?
Q5 How do I copy video to a CD?
Q6 How do I achieve the best possible video quality?
   
  Answers
 
Q1 Why do I hear TV sound, but not see the video display?
  Some VGA cards cannot support the Overlay display function. Simply select non-overlay model in the Capture Setting dialog box.
Q2 Why doesn't my FlyVideo Series card have audio, video display or some other functionality?
  The FlyVideo Series allows for powerful media capabilities only if the proper WindowsR support software has been installed. Please install the DirectX 8.0 or above. You can find the DirectX 8.0 from the installation CD disk.
Q3 What Operating Systems (O/S) do FlyVideo Series support?
  Now the installation CD disk only provides the WDM driver for WindowsR 98 Second Edition, 2000, ME and XP. If you seek other operating system drivers, please see our website. Linux driver is our three party provide.
Q4 Why can't I capture sound?
  Please check that the audio cable from the TV card Line out to the sound card Line-in is connected. Then, select that input as the Audio input device on the Record tab of the Properties page. 
Q5 How do I copy video to a CD?
  First, check that the CD-writer hardware and associated software application is configured properly. Select the Video CD function and browse through your computer to find and select the video file you wish to copy. The video must be a MPEG file and in 352*240 format for NTSC system or in 352*288 format for PAL system.
Q6 How do I achieve the best possible video quality?
  Getting a smooth video.
  Click the capture setting button, and then select the "enable the overlay mode".
Notes: If your VGA card can't support the "Overlay Mode", the video will appear black.
  Getting higher resolution.
  Click the capture setting button, and set the video resolution to the highest possible setting.(640*480 for NTSC system, or 720*576 for PAL system is recommended.)
 
   
 
 
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