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Video capture via SVideo using a video card with Nvidia

by Ray Harinec / March 20, 2004 6:59 AM PST

chipset.

Are there any video cards [nvidia chipset] that have SVideo input port to allow capturing video from a VCR via SVideo???

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Re:Video capture via SVideo using a video card with Nvidia
by Jeff Ng / March 21, 2004 2:32 AM PST

What you are looking for in a video card is "video-in" features.
As for a nVidia type card:
Asus makes a few Geforce FX cards with video-in capabilities such as:
http://usa.asus.com/products/vga/v9980u/overview.htm
http://usa.asus.com/products/vga/v9950u/overview.htm
For the complete index of the cards and a list of less pricey ones you can take a look at their complete line of video cards. Just look for "video-in" in the specifications
http://usa.asus.com/products/vga/vgaindex.htm

Also, have you take a look at the ATI All-In-Wonder series of cards?
www.ati.com

Jeff

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Re the ATI AIW. Presently using AIW 9700 Pro
by Ray Harinec / March 21, 2004 5:20 AM PST

but having some problems. Just wondering if Nvidia offered a possible alternate.

Thanx for the input.

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Re:Re the ATI AIW. Presently using AIW 9700 Pro
by Jeff Ng / March 22, 2004 6:55 AM PST

I'd stay with the ATI All-In-wonder for now and plus the 9700 Pro is a pretty fast card. Nvidia graphics cards don't offer the same tight software integration as ATI does.

What kind of issues are you having the ATI card?

Jeff

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Jeff. To find out the
by Ray Harinec / March 23, 2004 5:28 AM PST

real facts, please go to the hardware forum and look for the same subject thread that I started there. The last post by me in that thread will explain everything.

Right now the person seems to have things running well.

Thanx for your interest. If you are an expert in these areas the person would probably also be happy to have you as someone to consult with.

Arthur Quan is one of the members from these original forums from long ago.

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