as all cards are equal. Not true, there are very different converter
> What is important is rather the accompanying software. Important but not alone * * synonymous important.
Antwort von Volker Schauff:
Ralf Grobe, D. wrote:
> DAZZLE (selling name not known) > Name Pinnacle DVC 130 > Drivers in Pinnacle Studio 10.x
When DVC90 and a larger model whose name I just deleted is (but it could be 130) are the drivers in the studio included, but are synonymous available separately (one for Unified Drvier many (all?) Dazzle and Pinnacle Studio USB devices) and works very well with Virtualdub, no preference whether the individual or from the studio.
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Antwort von Torsten Villnow:
On 18.03.2009 20:50, wrote Ralf Grobe, D.: > If it's a bit more may be, there is synonymous respectfull of Capture Devices > Canopus.
I have long with the issue of digitization of my videos busy and with many of the recommendations it is because the small Canopus ADVC-55 for just 180, - purchased.
The small box has an S-Video and RCA input and a Firewire output. The resulting data set is large (approximately 15-20 GB per Hour of video material, but with the currently available cheap (USB -) Hard disks should not be a problem.
For further processing then you need a DV editing software. That Final result is available on DVD from her Qualitäseindruck almost better than the Originals on my high-quality VCR.
The part I am extremely satisfied and highly recommend it!
I have a slightly older DVB-S card of Pinnacle in my PC, the synonymous an analog TV input has. I originally wanted to order my Convert videos. The result of the first tests, however, was grotte bad. In the search (the Internet) to find the cause was turned out that the capturing of the video appears only in quarter of PAL Resolutionerfolgt. This was obviously not in the Specifications of the card :-(