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Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by johno57, Jun 9, 2003.

  1. johno57

    johno57 Member

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    hi..i recently bought a s3 VIRGE GX2-Video Card-t.v out-connection type pci...

    my question is :

    will i require any software to do the vcr to vcd conversion, and if so what do you recomend.

    also what type of cables will i need?

     
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    All you really need is a good capturing program! I cant really make any good suggestion though because i dont encode VHS to VCD!! As for the cables, you can get a set of cables to connect a VCR to your computer, just read your documentation that came with the video card to be sure of exactly what you need!
     
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    thanks dela.<p>
    the smart arse clerk at the electronics store said a video card will not perform the function/s of video capture...one prog i had in mind though_ has been "Power VCR 2" by Cyber
    link.
     
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    Well you could capture if you had a tv-in conenction or something!
     
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    i find that difficult to believe. i don't think you know much...so sad
     
  6. Dela

    Dela Administrator Staff Member

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    What are you on about?? You need a tv-in connection with your video card to actually be able to use Power VCR in the first place!
     
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    i think you are messin with me.this thread is over
     
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    fair nuff!
     

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