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63 of 67 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Returning it, September 17, 2007
This review is from: VHS To DVD 3.0 Deluxe [OLD VERSION] (CD-ROM)
This product sounded too good to be true and for me it was not good. Installation was easy, no problems. I connected my video camera and the USB box and copied over my first tape. That is when problems started:
1. Sound timing is off, voices and mouths are not in sync.
2. In edit mode the transition effects from one scene to the next do not work.
3. When creating a DVD the program would start and then just crash. After several times I finally figured out that I had to download a patch from their website. I did that, but the program continues to crash, each time locking my DVD drive so I have to reboot the computer to remove the DVD.

Not a very good product.
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Initial post: Sep 16, 2009 1:22:08 PM PDT
Chopanda says:
You should call their tech support line at (512) 346-3700. They are pretty good at finding solutions.

http://www.honestech.com/main/ContactUs.asp

In reply to an earlier post on Oct 20, 2011 6:36:18 AM PDT
For getting DVDs out of a locked or crashed computer, use an unfolded paperclip, very straight, in the pinhole at the front of the DVD tray. This pushes on the release mechanism, which pops the tray open a little, and you can gently pull it out and remove the DVD.
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