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Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by [email protected], Sep 13, 2006.

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  1. Guest

    Im on my new project in transmitting and recording the video to and
    from the pc, how to composite video from my PC can anyone help me out
    in this work VGA will not work out in transmitting composite video is
    quite easier
  2. Homer

    Homer Guest

    I really don't underestand your question but I think you are looking
    for Video Capture card. They are as cheap as $30.
  3. Look for a VGA card, that says it supports 'VIVO'. This means that as well
    as having VGA outputs (much higher frequency than normal video), it has
    'video in, and video out' connections.
    For the input side, you can get seperate video capture cards quite
    cheaply, but converting the VGA output to video, is quite difficult to do
    and involves significant expense using seperate units (a frame grabber,
    that can then output the data at the slower video rate). A VIVO card is a
    lot cheaper.

    Best Wishes
  4. Jeff Findley

    Jeff Findley Guest

    You can get a relatively cheap video card with TV output. Two of my old
    GeForce AGP graphics cards have S-video/composite video output in addition
    to the VGA output. Still, a graphics card with video in and out may
    simplify things.

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