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Capture von VGA (Mini-D-Sub) oder YPbPr (Component Video) Signalen

Capture of VGA (Mini D-Sub) or YPbPr (Component Video) signals



Frage von Don Audio:
November 2006

Hello! I'm new here on the forum and hope that your help me realize my "fixed idea" can help ...

As already described in the title, I would like to hobby purposes like image signals of either VGA or component video capture.

Since it really only "just for fun" I need to be the most cost-effective solution, but prior to conversion to CVBS or S-Video to be waived.

As an image signal is located at:

Component Video:
480p = 640 × 480 @ 60 Hertz or
720p = 1280 × 720 @ 60 Hertz

VGA: (All @ 60 Hertz)
640x480
848x480
1024x768
1280x720
1280x768
1280x1024
1360x768

Everything I need is a capture card (or external solution) to one of the two port and one of the standards listed with Resolutions 30fps can capture.

I've searched the Internet for hours and almost everything was $ 500 and above.

Thank you for your help!



Antwort von Markus:

Don Audio "wrote:
I've searched the Internet for hours and almost everything was $ 500 and above.

That does not surprise me. To capture a VGA signal is not known to me, besides the commonly used VGA video converter.

Component signals can be used while capturing, but because this signal preferably in high resolution video and / or in the professional field will be synonymous Prices for the right hardware according located.

Maybe we can find some other way? - They read it here first:



Antwort von prem:

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