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By rubsmong ·
I bought a video editing card from VCD PRODUCER PRO so that i could download music and movies from my DSTV DECODER directly to my computer. I installed the card and connected the V-Out from the decoder to the V-In of my card and clearly specified in the hardware capture softare (AP) that the source was V-In 1, i then connected the other 2 Audios in the Audio In of the card. My captured picture is very unstable, moving up and down and eventually getting lost, i have tried changing the settings i.e from PAL I TO PAL M TO NTSC and the like but still it is not clear, could it be the cables since am using home made ones or what.

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by DouglasB In reply to VIDEO CAPTURING

Is this capture card strictly a capture card (the monitor does not plug into it)? If not, you need JUST a capture card to do the work. You do not mention the speed of your computer, RAM, Processor, Hard Drive. This type of activity takes a fast system.

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by rubsmong In reply to

this is a real video editing editing card, the monitor does not connect to it and i believe that my machine is pretty fast! what with 2.8Ghz genuine Intel processor, 512Mb DDR RAM, Intel645G 400bus motherboard, and 120GB hard disk drive and a 64Mb ATI Radeon AGP card.I bliv the problem is not caused by my machine being slow, anyway thanks alot for your reply.

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by rubsmong In reply to VIDEO CAPTURING

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