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Selecting Line Input in Windows 7 control panel for Timecode Input


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Needed to send this to someone, thought I might as well make the effort public ;)

 

In Windows 7, click the Start button and select Control Panels, resulting in ...

Win_7-Control_Panels-all.png

 

Select and open Sound,

it will usually default to its first tab - Playback

 

Win_7-Sound_Cntrl_Pnl-Playback_tab.png

 

Select the Recording Tab, leads to ...

 

Win_7-Sound_Cntrl_Pnl-Recording_tab.png

 

Select Line-In and you should be set.

 

Additional info

 

After selecting Line-In, the Properties button will take you to:

 

Win_7-Sound_Cntrl_Pnl-Recording_tab-Line

 

From their, the Controller Properties

will allow you to confirm the driver is NOT FROM MICROSOFT

(in this example, it is from Realtek Semiconductor Corp.)

 

Win_7-Sound_Cntrl_Pnl-Recording_tab-Line

 

BTW To confirm the input hardware was functioning,

I plugged my phone to the line-in jack,

(TRS male mini - TRS male mini, same one I use in my car to connect to an aux jack)

and then used Line-In Properties to listen to its output,

confirming the hardware was not damaged.

 

Win_7-Sound_Cntrl_Pnl-Recording_tab-Line

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