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#1 bob10

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Posted 11 February 2009 - 01:13 PM

I have a TV with a number of inputs and one output and can record streaming video from my PC video card s-video output to an s-video TV input with a DVD recorder on the TV output. Itís a little tricky as the PC and TV must be on the same AC breaker or you get a ground loop hum from hell and the refresh rate has to be right but it works. I would like to record on a DVD recorder in the s-video line to a smaller TV but my video card will not recognize The TV configured that Way. Has anyone done something like this with out a lot of extra equipment?. .

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#2 YHB318

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Posted 12 February 2009 - 11:10 AM

I haven't worked with that, but it seems like a lot of extra work... Do you have a digital video camera? Most of the new ones have the ability to input video and audio as well as output it... Depending on what you want to do after you capture it, that might be a better idea. Might have better quality, too... Let me know what you think...




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