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Old 05-16-02, 06:34 PM
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Video Capture Question

I'm looking to get a Video Capture card. I want to be able to edit movies but I have a question. Is it possible to edit a home movie or whatever on the computer and then record it back onto a videotape? I'm asking because of an upcoming english project. Thanks
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Oh yeah I'm probably gonna get a Pinnacle PCTV TV Tuner and Video Capture Card. Want that TV tuner also
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Old 05-16-02, 06:43 PM
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Yes, I have that card. I haven't done editing but it will take the video in. Getting it out of the computer is another matter as the s-video and composite connections are input only. You'll have to have a video card out method of getting back to your VCR. Recording the edited video to VCD might be another way.
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I've got the Pinnacle DC10+ Video Capture card. It has inputs and outputs for RCA and S-video. I've only used it for capture so far, though.
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Yes, I have that card. I haven't done editing but it will take the video in. Getting it out of the computer is another matter as the s-video and composite connections are input only. You'll have to have a video card out method of getting back to your VCR. Recording the edited video to VCD might be another way.
Thanks for the help X. Using a VCD is impossible so I'll probably just figure out a way to record it back on a tape OR if I can't do that I'll just put it on VCD and transfer it to tape from my DVD player
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Look here:
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Old 05-18-02, 10:22 PM
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ATI all in wonder can capture and output composite/coaxial/s-vhs. I have not hooked it up to a vcr but I have recorded from a 8mm camcorder and played the stuff back to my TV without any problems. It also supports the TV and the monitor at the same time, alot easier to use than my geforce for tv out.

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