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Old 02-15-2010, 09:02 PM   #1
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well i have a capture card..i was wondering if there is any way to make it record whats going on on the PC, not my TV. its PCI and its a VisionTek. Im not talking about using fraps or anything like that...just saying.
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You could put the TV output on the video card feeding into it.

I would just use FRAPS though.
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well my processor/GPU isnt very great when it comes to fraps..and id be recording PC version of mw2.

dont understand how i would feed into the capture card?
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S-video cable from the GPU into the capture card. You may have to kill your resolution though. IDK what s-video supports.
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okay, thanks foothead. Should help
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It looks like it only supports vga...

You will have to have your resolution at vga for it to work.

Unless theres a 7 pin Svideo on the capture card. then you could do up to 1920x1080.
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yes there is a 7pin svideo on the capture card..
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