The comment about using VS 9 instead of VS 11 for capture sounds like a copout. Those of us who bought 11 don't have 9.
For unsupported capture devices which uses hardware encoding on capturing, we suggest to use its bundled capture software for transferring or videos into computer. Which technically recommended because it also supports most of the device's unique capturing features thus, gives you the best results on its captured video.
Then, use VideoStudio to edit your captured video.
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What TV Cards do you have installed?
Have you tried capturing with the software supplied with the TV card?
You should find that the supplied software (used to actually view the TV broadcasts) will provide better recording than VideoStudio (or any other similar software). Consider "other software" (such as VideoStudio) as a general purpose recording software for a wide variety of TV cards and other devices, where the supplied software is specialised for that particular piece of hardware. Once recorded it can then be imported into VideoStudio / MovieFactory etc for editing and creation of a DVD.
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