[AG-TECH] Video capture help?
jim.senechal at ndsu.nodak.edu
Thu Oct 7 15:14:00 CDT 2004
That was a good call Thom. I went and got some VFW drivers for he Hauppauge
cards and installed them. Of course it can't go totally smooth. Now when I
try and run node setup wizard I get the Microsoft wdm image capture and 1
Hauppauge card. Once again, any tricks? Is there some reason XP would be
blocking 3 of them? Thanks for the help.
Jim Senechal, Digital Conference Specialist
North Dakota State University
Fargo, ND 58105
Phone # (701)231-6247
E-mail: jim.senechal at ndsu.nodak.edu
From: Thomas Uram [mailto:turam at mcs.anl.gov]
Sent: Thursday, October 07, 2004 12:23 PM
To: Jim Senechal
Cc: ag-tech at mcs.anl.gov
Subject: Re: [AG-TECH] Video capture help?
2.3 detects vfw drivers available on your machine, using the same code
that vic does. It should, therefore, show you the same list of devices
that vic shows. The wdm driver you see is a mapper for applications
that only use vfw drivers; you can map one of your devices through it
using "Configure on transmit" in vic, and then selecting the device you
want to use. Unfortunately, you can't use multiple devices this way
(unless you 'configure on transmit' each device with every venue switch).
If you have vfw drivers installed, 2.3 will detect and use them fine. I
know there are vfw drivers for the Winnov Videum 4400 and the Osprey
cards, and I've seen those work fine. I haven't found vfw drivers for
the Hauppauge cards (or the iTuner Spectra8, for the sake of saying so).
Jim Senechal wrote:
>I am trying to set up my video capture machine to run off of Windows XP.
>I'm sorry if this has been discussed before, I am just now running into the
>problem and need a helping hand. I have the standard old Hauppauge capture
>cards in my computer (878 chipset), I downloaded the drivers, installed
>them, and XP seems happy with the cards. I install all the AG 2.3 software
>and when I go to run the node setup wizard the only choice I get is Windows
>wdm image capture? None of the 4 Hauppauge cards show up on the video
>capture machine? Did I miss a step, am I doing something wrong? Some
>little trick I don't know about? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
>Jim Senechal, Digital Conference Specialist
>North Dakota State University
>Fargo, ND 58105
>Phone # (701)231-6247
>E-mail: jim.senechal at ndsu.nodak.edu
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