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Re: video capture cards

On Wed, 2002-05-15 at 18:07, Danny Sauer wrote:
> I've been playing with an ATI All-in-wonder Radeon 7500 DV recently
> (it's good to be the one who specs out new machines when you want to
> play with toys before buying them for home use) and it works really
> well under Windows 2000, but I can't find much of anything on video
> capture support under linux.  It'll do full DVD quality MPEG2 capture
> (720x400@30FPS) and runs a kinda reasonable $180ish, but I don't
> wanna have to run windows just to use it - and it doesn't provide a
> video for windows driver so it won't work with older capture programs.

I've got an All-In-Wonder Radeon.  As a graphics card, it works well.  I
haven't got the TV functions working yet, but I've done the research.


That's the site with the information for getting the TV stuff to work. 
You'll need a couple kernel patches and an updated XFree86 driver.

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