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|26th November 2004, 23:57||#1|
TV-card or a Videocard for capturing movies?
When I have my new PC I'll be creating movies I recorded from my consoles (= Xbox, PlayStation 2), I had a Pinnacles Studios PCTV Rave on my old pc, it was decent and I could capture movies in a very decent quality..
I'll be buying a new TV card when I have my new computer.. when I was looking on the german site: www.e-bug.de I saw they have 2 sections: "TV-Tunerkarten" and "Videoarbeitung" that means the first are TV cards and the second are Videocards?
When I had my PCTV Rave TV card I never watched TV, that's not the reason why I bought it in the first place, I need to play console games on my PC and record it at that moment.. so what would I best buy? a "TV-tunerkart" (tv card) or a "Videoarbeitung"? (Videocard) ???
it would be handy if you could tell me a type.
|27th November 2004, 00:56||#2|
I think the main difference is that TV tuner cards have Video In aswell, but then again, so do ViVo cards and they are usually classified as regular videocards ...
|27th November 2004, 17:50||#4|
Join Date: Dec 2002
Best card is the Hauppauge pvr-250.
it records in mpegII.
All the encoding is done on the card itself and not by your cpu.
You can also consider the pvr-150 or the pvr-350 both from hauppauge
|27th November 2004, 18:09||#5|
Join Date: Mar 2004
All In Wonder from ATI ..... Personal Cinema from Nvdia; Leadtek TV tuner/capture PCI.
Used all three of them; best for capture rather than games is the Personal Cinema .... direct burn to VCD or DVD.
Opteron 165 (2) @2.85 1.42 vcore AMD Stock HSF + Chill Vent II
|27th November 2004, 18:54||#6|
hmmm those hauppauge:
158€ Hauppauge PVR 250
155€ Hauppauge PVR 350
their price is really close to each other.. what's the best one of those 2? and ATI's All in Wonder and Personial Cinema from Nvidia are in the graka itself? so no extra costs? What about Pinnacle?
|28th November 2004, 11:53||#7|
Join Date: Mar 2003
I've got a Pinnacle Stereo here. No complaints about it .
Very decent card for a nice price.
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|28th November 2004, 12:21||#8|
movies made by the Hauppauge PVR 250, aren't those horizontal lines horrible? O_o
many people on another board recommend me "Canopus" : http://www.canopus.us/US/products/In...duct_index.asp
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