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Toshiba debuts video-capture card

Toshiba has unveiled a video-capture card for Windows 95 notebook and subnotebook computers. Dubbed JK-VC1, the card allows users to transfer video via the Net as an email file to a Web page.

    Toshiba has unveiled a full-screen, full-motion, 24-bit color video-capture card called the JK-VC1 for Windows 95 notebook and subnotebook computers. The card will be available in April and will sell for $399.

    The card is used for on-site digital video capture, videoconferencing, and video transfer from VCRs or laser disc players.

    The JK-VC1 chip allows users to attach a video camera and capture real-time video to their hard drive. The video can be transferred via the Net as an email file to a Web page, according to Toshiba officials. Captured video is saved as a Video for Windows file and can be edited.