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Digital and Analogue Input Cards Recommendations Wanted

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by Garrett, Jul 2, 2004.

  1. Garrett

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    Can anybody recommend a card for importing both from digital and analogue sources preferably that comes with editing software?

    I see that Pinnacle do one but the cheapest I can see is round the £114 mark.
     
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    Or would I get as good a quality getting a cheaper analogue input for now and getting a digital one later when I get a digital recorder.

    If so what good analogue input cards are there?
     
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    What exactly are you trying to capture? Digital TV/audio? From set-top-box etc?

    More info :lease:

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  4. Garrett

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    I have a analogue Sony camcorder which stuff I would like to transfer to DVD. And at a lot later stage upgrade to digital recording but not now.
     
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    More answers :lease:

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    Hi Garrett

    well you know what we would say dont you :)
    Use either Windows Movie Maker or iuVCR and you are away. Does your camcorder have SVideo connections or just composite?
     
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    It has both of those connectors.
     

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