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Copy television program to computer

by CandiApple / February 27, 2006 6:10 AM PST

WindowsXP

I have a show that I want to retreive images from for a website. I would like to somehow transmit the television show to the computer and retrieve the images to post on a website.

Is this possible?

Thank you.

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It's called a. . .
by Coryphaeus / February 27, 2006 10:18 AM PST

video capture device. It can be a PCI or USB device. You install it on the PC, connect your TV inputs, satellite, cable, or off the air to the suplied connectors, use the software that came with the device, save the program to the HD, play it back on the PC, use the software to "capture" a still image, save it as .jpg or .bmp.

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by CandiApple / February 27, 2006 11:48 PM PST
In reply to: It's called a. . .

Thanks Cory..would you be able to make any suggestions..I'll stop by Best Buy.

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