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Old December 5th 03, 08:25 PM
Simon
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Default video capture on a Ti4400

I've got the splitter that allows s-video in and out, but what do I need to
do to actually capture the video, where would I see the input?


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Old December 7th 03, 10:21 AM
Bigguy
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Try vidcap32.exe http://www.zoltrix.com/PUBLIC2/FTOFACE/vidcap32.exe

Also http://www.shrinkwrapvb.com/ezvidcap.htm

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Simon wrote:
I've got the splitter that allows s-video in and out, but what do I
need to do to actually capture the video, where would I see the input?



 




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