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|5th June 2005, 04:08||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2004
Capturing Videos using the Turtle Beach Video Advantage
Converting video from VHS and various camcorder formats to DVD has long been a hit-or-miss proposition. Capture cards come in several varieties, including TV tuner cards with video inputs, similar products with the tuner removed, and more recently, ordinary IEEE-1394 FireWire cards with a cheap video capture suite. High-end products have usually been beyond the price range of average consumers, leaving a large market mostly open to several small players.
Well known for their conservatively-priced sound cards of exceptional quality, Turtle Beach now promises that same value with a new line of video capture cards: the Video Advantage. Let's consider whether exceptional value really is the true advantage of their Video Advantage PCI.
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