Having a bad time trying to capture movies from my PS3 to my PC via Easycap. I lost the disc for this a while ago and had to look for the drivers for this on the internet. I found what I thought were the drivers, downloaded them and installed them. I originally thought that the Easycap I had was a STK1160 but when I have opened Ulead, on the information panel it states that I have a STK1150.
I'm now confused about this. I still can't get Easycap to work and am wondering wether I have a 1150 or a 1160 (or if I have the correct drivers or not)
Is there anyone who could help me out here or point me in the right direction?
Syntek STK1150 is 32bit video driver for an original chipset (Philips SAA7113) of EasyCap DC60 and it supports fully only Windows 2000 and Windows XP. If You have 32bit Vista or Windows 7, so You should install newer video driver called Syntek STK1160. But if You have 64bit Windows XP, Vista or 7, so You must install video driver called STK1160 ATV BDA.
The latest drivers for EasyCap DC60, EasyCap DC60+, EzCAP108, EzCAP116, EzCAP128, EzCAP148, EzCAP168 and Dazzle devices will be found? from my support forum: adf.ly/1310198/capture-card-drivers