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Old 02-09-2006, 02:12 AM   #1
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Default vcr to a computer?

is there anyway to hook a VCR to my video card?

if so, what will i need?

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Default Re: vcr to a computer?

Think most tv-tuners have a video in port, have you got a tv tuner??
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Default Re: vcr to a computer?

i don't know what a tv tuner is. but it has a S-Video Out.

here is a link to my video card http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130264
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The S-Video Out is just that, it's an output for video (if your TV supports it, you can run the S-Video Out to the TV- which doesn't help you for the VCR). You have no inputs for the VCR to go into the card. You will need some type of TV-Capture card, which will come with RCA's and other means of connecting the VCR to your computer. That video card is not going to able to do it.
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