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Thanks Pete D graphics card with VIVO

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Anonymous
a b U Graphics card
October 17, 2004 2:45:35 PM

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Thanks for your reply Pete D , I will want to caputre from anolog vcr as
well that is why I am considering the gigabyte ATI 9600XT because it has
VIVO but as I asked will I be able to edit in real time with this card as I
said I have on board firewire sowith this card will I need to get what they
are calling a video capture card to edit in real time preview from the time
line or will this card do the trick
Anonymous
a b U Graphics card
October 17, 2004 2:45:36 PM

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Edit in realtime, we are talking NLE here it is not realtime, you will need
a production studio to do that.

I have been capturing and editing video for quite a few years and struggled
with video capture back on Pentium 200's. The Firewire connections remove
all the mucking around, they just work. I also use a video -> USB converter
for previewing from a VCR. For best results I transcode back through my
camcorder (TRV-320E). There is also some Firewire <---> video converters
that look very good, I am sure there is someone here that will point you in
the right direction there, there is also some very good "Firewire/video
capture cards" but I have never felt the need to spend the money as a basic
firewire card does the job so well. I recently (yesterday) bought a new
video card (Nvidia 6800) and did not go for the VIVO as I see no need for
it.


"aceface10810" <allisamar@mweb.co.za> wrote in message
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> Thanks for your reply Pete D , I will want to caputre from anolog vcr as
> well that is why I am considering the gigabyte ATI 9600XT because it has
> VIVO but as I asked will I be able to edit in real time with this card as
> I
> said I have on board firewire sowith this card will I need to get what
> they
> are calling a video capture card to edit in real time preview from the
> time
> line or will this card do the trick
>
>
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