Hi! I need to capture the analog audio from my old video camera, on my brand new MacBook Pro 15" Retina Late-2013 model. I was sure that the single mini-jack port on the MBP was dual in function, in that it could be used both as an audio out-line (e.g. headphones) and an audio in-line (e.g. microphone). I have the EasyCap USB video capture dongle, but it does not handle the audio. I have two dongles, bought on separate occasions, both will capture the video, but not the audio. On several YouTube tutorials for the EasyCap dongle, the mac 3.5mm mini-jack port is used as an audio in-line. When I follow the tutorials for switching between audio-out and audio-in, I´m stopped in the preference panel, when I reach the "audio-section". Link to Cnet.com tutorial: http://howto.cnet.com/8301-11310_39-57459083-285/record-through-your-macbooks-headphone-jack/ Link to Apple support's tutorial (for 13" MBP): http://support.apple.com/kb/HT3625 I do not have any visible drop-down menu to choose from. How should I go about getting the analog audio from my video camera?