[AG-TECH] Windows Capture Cards

mimiller at ncsa.uiuc.edu mimiller at ncsa.uiuc.edu
Fri May 13 09:40:08 CDT 2005


Try this:

Once your video vic is running and showing a black screen, click the menu 
button in that vic
Then in the Encoder section click the Options button
One of the choices is Configure on Transmit, click to make sure it's selected
Then click the Release button in the Transmission section
Then click Transmit

This should bring up a set of dialogs for your video card driver that will 
allow you to set the port for the card as well as other settings like 
resolution, white balance hue, etc....

Hope this helps


At 09:26 AM 5/13/2005, Barry Gamblin wrote:

>|> I am using the winnov videum 4400 quad card and thanks to Tom it
>|> is working nicely....
>|> At 04:12 PM 5/12/2005, Darin Oman wrote:
>|> >I know there are some people out there using a Windows box as
>|> >their video capture machine. What capture cards are people having
>|> >good luck with for
>|> >capturing multiple video sources (s-video)?
>|> >
>|> >Thanks,
>|> >Darin
>|> ============================================
>|> Cindy Sievers           Los Alamos National Laboratory
>|> sievers at lanl.gov        Group CCS-1 MS B287
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>|> ============================================
>I am pretty sure this is the card I have on a Windows XP Dell. My
>machine is transmitting black video. What was the fix?
>BTW The video works fine with the INSORS software.
>(Sorry if this has already been discussed. I just joined the list)
>Barry S. Gamblin, UNIX Administrator III, bgamblin at ucar.edu
>High Altitude Observatory - National Center for Atmospheric Research
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