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My video capture PAL settings keep resetting to NTSC every bootup using a MSI GeforceFX5900XT VTD128

Discussion in 'Nvidia' started by NeonBlue, Aug 9, 2004.

  1. NeonBlue

    NeonBlue Guest

    hi all,

    I've been racking my brain over this problem for months now and I've
    searched and searched and still cannot fix this little problem I have....

    the problem is this....

    My WDM video capture PAL settings keep resetting themselves to NTSC on every
    bootup and the only way I can reset it back to PAL is by messing about each
    time and loading up the AMCAP.exe program first to set the format to PAL
    before using VirtualDub cause if I don't do that first then I get the bottom
    part of the captured video cut off and it looks plain wrong. I'm using a
    MSI GeforceFX5900XT VTD128 card with VIVO drivers v1.0.8.0 (it says this in
    the device manager for my "nVidia WDM Video Capture Universal" section)

    The same thing happens with any WDM capture drivers I installed in the past
    but I am assuming it's the nVidia card setting itself to a default of NTSC
    each time but I need it to stay permanently set on PAL (which it doesn't
    seem to want to do?)

    Any help to enlighten me as to how to easily set this to PAL permanently
    would be much appreciated :) thanks!
     
    NeonBlue, Aug 9, 2004
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  2. NeonBlue

    Granulated Guest

    On Mon, 9 Aug 2004 18:38:58 +0100 "NeonBlue" <> meeped
    :

    >hi all,
    >
    >I've been racking my brain over this problem for months now and I've
    >searched and searched and still cannot fix this little problem I have....
    >
    >the problem is this....
    >
    >My WDM video capture PAL settings keep resetting themselves to NTSC on every
    >bootup and the only way I can reset it back to PAL is by messing about each
    >time and loading up the AMCAP.exe program first to set the format to PAL
    >before using VirtualDub cause if I don't do that first then I get the bottom
    >part of the captured video cut off and it looks plain wrong. I'm using a
    >MSI GeforceFX5900XT VTD128 card with VIVO drivers v1.0.8.0 (it says this in
    >the device manager for my "nVidia WDM Video Capture Universal" section)
    >
    >The same thing happens with any WDM capture drivers I installed in the past
    >but I am assuming it's the nVidia card setting itself to a default of NTSC
    >each time but I need it to stay permanently set on PAL (which it doesn't
    >seem to want to do?)
    >
    >Any help to enlighten me as to how to easily set this to PAL permanently
    >would be much appreciated :) thanks!
    >


    The 108's should be ok..they're the only ones Ive ever used that dont reset to
    NTSC on reboot....although..thinking about it I might have edited the INF file..

    open up the file NVCAP.INF

    see what this bit says.... I think i changed it from AUTO...to PAL..and it works

    ###############################################

    HKR,,VideoStandard,,PAL ; "NTSC", "PAL", "SECAM",
    ; "NTSC_433_50", "NTSC_433_60",
    ; "NTSC_N", "PAL_433_60", "PAL_N",
    ; "PAL_M", "AUTO"

    ################################################
    --


    ) ___ ______
    (__/_____) /) (, / )
    / __ _ (/ _ /---( __ _/_ _
    / (_(_/ (_(__/ )_(_(_ ) / ____)(_(_/ (_(__/_)_
    (______) (_/ (
     
    Granulated, Aug 9, 2004
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  3. NeonBlue

    NeonBlue Guest

    "Granulated" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > On Mon, 9 Aug 2004 18:38:58 +0100 "NeonBlue" <>
    > meeped
    > :
    >
    >>hi all,
    >>
    >>I've been racking my brain over this problem for months now and I've
    >>searched and searched and still cannot fix this little problem I have....
    >>
    >>the problem is this....
    >>
    >>My WDM video capture PAL settings keep resetting themselves to NTSC on
    >>every
    >>bootup and the only way I can reset it back to PAL is by messing about
    >>each
    >>time and loading up the AMCAP.exe program first to set the format to PAL
    >>before using VirtualDub cause if I don't do that first then I get the
    >>bottom
    >>part of the captured video cut off and it looks plain wrong. I'm using a
    >>MSI GeforceFX5900XT VTD128 card with VIVO drivers v1.0.8.0 (it says this
    >>in
    >>the device manager for my "nVidia WDM Video Capture Universal" section)
    >>
    >>The same thing happens with any WDM capture drivers I installed in the
    >>past
    >>but I am assuming it's the nVidia card setting itself to a default of NTSC
    >>each time but I need it to stay permanently set on PAL (which it doesn't
    >>seem to want to do?)
    >>
    >>Any help to enlighten me as to how to easily set this to PAL permanently
    >>would be much appreciated :) thanks!
    >>

    >
    > The 108's should be ok..they're the only ones Ive ever used that dont
    > reset to
    > NTSC on reboot....although..thinking about it I might have edited the INF
    > file..
    >
    > open up the file NVCAP.INF
    >
    > see what this bit says.... I think i changed it from AUTO...to PAL..and it
    > works
    >
    > ###############################################
    >
    > HKR,,VideoStandard,,PAL ; "NTSC", "PAL", "SECAM",
    > ; "NTSC_433_50", "NTSC_433_60",
    > ; "NTSC_N", "PAL_433_60", "PAL_N",
    > ; "PAL_M", "AUTO"
    >
    > ################################################
    > --
    >
    >
    > ) ___ ______
    > (__/_____) /) (, / )
    > / __ _ (/ _ /---( __ _/_ _
    > / (_(_/ (_(__/ )_(_(_ ) / ____)(_(_/ (_(__/_)_
    > (______) (_/ (
    >


    thanks! I hadn't thought about that one! :) so I shall try that out right
    now :) I'll post back to say how I got on....
     
    NeonBlue, Aug 10, 2004
    #3
  4. NeonBlue

    NeonBlue Guest

    "Granulated" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > On Mon, 9 Aug 2004 18:38:58 +0100 "NeonBlue" <>
    > meeped
    > :
    >
    >>hi all,
    >>
    >>I've been racking my brain over this problem for months now and I've
    >>searched and searched and still cannot fix this little problem I have....
    >>
    >>the problem is this....
    >>
    >>My WDM video capture PAL settings keep resetting themselves to NTSC on
    >>every
    >>bootup and the only way I can reset it back to PAL is by messing about
    >>each
    >>time and loading up the AMCAP.exe program first to set the format to PAL
    >>before using VirtualDub cause if I don't do that first then I get the
    >>bottom
    >>part of the captured video cut off and it looks plain wrong. I'm using a
    >>MSI GeforceFX5900XT VTD128 card with VIVO drivers v1.0.8.0 (it says this
    >>in
    >>the device manager for my "nVidia WDM Video Capture Universal" section)
    >>
    >>The same thing happens with any WDM capture drivers I installed in the
    >>past
    >>but I am assuming it's the nVidia card setting itself to a default of NTSC
    >>each time but I need it to stay permanently set on PAL (which it doesn't
    >>seem to want to do?)
    >>
    >>Any help to enlighten me as to how to easily set this to PAL permanently
    >>would be much appreciated :) thanks!
    >>

    >
    > The 108's should be ok..they're the only ones Ive ever used that dont
    > reset to
    > NTSC on reboot....although..thinking about it I might have edited the INF
    > file..
    >
    > open up the file NVCAP.INF
    >
    > see what this bit says.... I think i changed it from AUTO...to PAL..and it
    > works
    >
    > ###############################################
    >
    > HKR,,VideoStandard,,PAL ; "NTSC", "PAL", "SECAM",
    > ; "NTSC_433_50", "NTSC_433_60",
    > ; "NTSC_N", "PAL_433_60", "PAL_N",
    > ; "PAL_M", "AUTO"
    >
    > ################################################


    thanks for the help, I'm sure this must be the way to fix it as you said but
    I'm still in the dark a bit as to which part to change and where? do I
    change it in the windows/system folder or do I change it in the main place
    where I extracted the drivers and then reinstall them?

    I attempted to change it to the following but it still seems to get stuck on
    NTSC anyway each bootup also there's some very dodgy looking large numbers
    in the slider bars (in Virtualdub video source settings) for the saturation,
    hue, brightness, etc so I think I messed it up with my tweaking somehow so I
    will uninstall the drivers as best I can and reinstall them.
    ############################################################
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    ; Decoder related values
    ; All values in the decoder key and subkeys are string values
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    [nvcap.AddReg]
    HKR,,DevLoader,,*NTKERN
    HKR,,NTMPDriver,,nvcap.sys
    HKR,,PhilComp,,VIN0 ; input sel for ext. tuner (philips) design
    ;HKR,,PhilTuner,,VIN0
    HKR,,PhilSVideo,,VIN6
    HKR,,AIOComp,,VIN3 ; input sel for all-in-1
    ;HKR,,AIOTuner,,VIN1
    HKR,,AIOSVideo,,VIN6
    HKR,,VPXComp,,VIN2 ; input sel for ext. tuner (micronas) design
    ;HKR,,VPXTuner,,VIN1
    HKR,,VPXSVideo,,VIN3
    HKR,,DefaultIn,,Comp
    HKR,,ExtSwitch,,TRUE
    HKR,,Manufacturer,,ASUS
    HKR,,Address,,0x4a ; I2C address only important if
    ; VideoDecoder != AUTO
    HKR,,InterfaceType,,D1 ; "D1" (8 bit) or "DMSD16" (16 bit)
    HKR,,VideoDecoder,,AUTO ; "SAA7111", "SAA7111A", "SAA7112V0",
    ; "SAA7112", "SAA7113V0", "SAA7113",
    ; "SAA7113A", "SAA7114", "AUTO"
    HKR,,VideoStandard,,PAL_I ; "NTSC", "PAL", "SECAM",
    ; "NTSC_433_50", "NTSC_433_60",
    ; "NTSC_N", "PAL_433_60", "PAL_N",
    ; "PAL_M", "AUTO"
    HKR,,OutputFormat,,CCIR656 ; "YUV422", "YUV411", "YUV420",
    ; "YUV410", "YUV9", "RGB565",
    ; "RGB888", "CCIR656"
    HKR,,VBIMode,,RAW ; "RAW", "BASEBAND" (optinal)
    HKR,,VBILineWidth,,720 ; only needed if VBIMode used
    HKR,,VBILineOffset,,0 ; only needed if VBIMode used
    HKR,,EnableSlicer,,0 ; Enable slicer if it is present
    HKR,,Oversample,,4 ; 4..Use Philips 27MHz Frequency
    ; 5..Use 5x for old Microsoft CC- & NABTS Codecs
    ##############################################################
    as you can see I rem'ed out a few TVTuner lines with semi-colons (as I don't
    have a tuner on this card and it said to do that so it doesn't enumerate the
    tuner on startup but it did anyway :-\ ) and I also changed the:

    HKR,,VideoStandard,,NTSC ; "NTSC", "PAL", "SECAM",
    ; "NTSC_433_50", "NTSC_433_60",
    ; "NTSC_N", "PAL_433_60", "PAL_N",
    ; "PAL_M", "AUTO"

    to this:

    HKR,,VideoStandard,,PAL_I ; "NTSC", "PAL", "SECAM",
    ; "NTSC_433_50", "NTSC_433_60",
    ; "NTSC_N", "PAL_433_60", "PAL_N",
    ; "PAL_M", "AUTO"

    as an added bonus it seems to also returns this error in
    Virtualdub......Status 411: Warning no frames were captured, try turning
    overlay off, reduce capture resolution or reducing colour depth to 16 or 24
    bit....... but I am sure that this is related to the drivers as I have
    captured video perfectly ok with this card before no probs and the only
    thing I did recently was a reinstall of windows.

    I'll keep trying to sort it out anyway and I'll post back if I manage to fix
    it any and thanks again for your help :)
     
    NeonBlue, Aug 13, 2004
    #4
  5. NeonBlue

    Granulated Guest

    On Fri, 13 Aug 2004 01:19:39 +0100 "NeonBlue" <>
    meeped :

    >"Granulated" <> wrote in message
    >news:...
    >> On Mon, 9 Aug 2004 18:38:58 +0100 "NeonBlue" <>
    >> meeped
    >> :
    >>
    >>>hi all,
    >>>
    >>>I've been racking my brain over this problem for months now and I've
    >>>searched and searched and still cannot fix this little problem I have....
    >>>
    >>>the problem is this....
    >>>
    >>>My WDM video capture PAL settings keep resetting themselves to NTSC on
    >>>every
    >>>bootup and the only way I can reset it back to PAL is by messing about
    >>>each
    >>>time and loading up the AMCAP.exe program first to set the format to PAL
    >>>before using VirtualDub cause if I don't do that first then I get the
    >>>bottom
    >>>part of the captured video cut off and it looks plain wrong. I'm using a
    >>>MSI GeforceFX5900XT VTD128 card with VIVO drivers v1.0.8.0 (it says this
    >>>in
    >>>the device manager for my "nVidia WDM Video Capture Universal" section)
    >>>
    >>>The same thing happens with any WDM capture drivers I installed in the
    >>>past
    >>>but I am assuming it's the nVidia card setting itself to a default of NTSC
    >>>each time but I need it to stay permanently set on PAL (which it doesn't
    >>>seem to want to do?)
    >>>
    >>>Any help to enlighten me as to how to easily set this to PAL permanently
    >>>would be much appreciated :) thanks!
    >>>

    >>
    >> The 108's should be ok..they're the only ones Ive ever used that dont
    >> reset to
    >> NTSC on reboot....although..thinking about it I might have edited the INF
    >> file..
    >>
    >> open up the file NVCAP.INF
    >>
    >> see what this bit says.... I think i changed it from AUTO...to PAL..and it
    >> works
    >>
    >> ###############################################
    >>
    >> HKR,,VideoStandard,,PAL ; "NTSC", "PAL", "SECAM",
    >> ; "NTSC_433_50", "NTSC_433_60",
    >> ; "NTSC_N", "PAL_433_60", "PAL_N",
    >> ; "PAL_M", "AUTO"
    >>
    >> ################################################

    >
    >thanks for the help, I'm sure this must be the way to fix it as you said but
    >I'm still in the dark a bit as to which part to change and where? do I
    >change it in the windows/system folder or do I change it in the main place
    >where I extracted the drivers and then reinstall them?
    >
    >I attempted to change it to the following but it still seems to get stuck on
    >NTSC anyway each bootup also there's some very dodgy looking large numbers
    >in the slider bars (in Virtualdub video source settings) for the saturation,
    >hue, brightness, etc so I think I messed it up with my tweaking somehow so I
    >will uninstall the drivers as best I can and reinstall them.
    >############################################################
    >;---------------------------------------------------------------
    >; Decoder related values
    >; All values in the decoder key and subkeys are string values
    >;---------------------------------------------------------------
    >[nvcap.AddReg]
    >HKR,,DevLoader,,*NTKERN
    >HKR,,NTMPDriver,,nvcap.sys
    >HKR,,PhilComp,,VIN0 ; input sel for ext. tuner (philips) design
    >;HKR,,PhilTuner,,VIN0
    >HKR,,PhilSVideo,,VIN6
    >HKR,,AIOComp,,VIN3 ; input sel for all-in-1
    >;HKR,,AIOTuner,,VIN1
    >HKR,,AIOSVideo,,VIN6
    >HKR,,VPXComp,,VIN2 ; input sel for ext. tuner (micronas) design
    >;HKR,,VPXTuner,,VIN1
    >HKR,,VPXSVideo,,VIN3
    >HKR,,DefaultIn,,Comp
    >HKR,,ExtSwitch,,TRUE
    >HKR,,Manufacturer,,ASUS
    >HKR,,Address,,0x4a ; I2C address only important if
    > ; VideoDecoder != AUTO
    >HKR,,InterfaceType,,D1 ; "D1" (8 bit) or "DMSD16" (16 bit)
    >HKR,,VideoDecoder,,AUTO ; "SAA7111", "SAA7111A", "SAA7112V0",
    > ; "SAA7112", "SAA7113V0", "SAA7113",
    > ; "SAA7113A", "SAA7114", "AUTO"
    >HKR,,VideoStandard,,PAL_I ; "NTSC", "PAL", "SECAM",
    > ; "NTSC_433_50", "NTSC_433_60",
    > ; "NTSC_N", "PAL_433_60", "PAL_N",
    > ; "PAL_M", "AUTO"
    >HKR,,OutputFormat,,CCIR656 ; "YUV422", "YUV411", "YUV420",
    > ; "YUV410", "YUV9", "RGB565",
    > ; "RGB888", "CCIR656"
    >HKR,,VBIMode,,RAW ; "RAW", "BASEBAND" (optinal)
    >HKR,,VBILineWidth,,720 ; only needed if VBIMode used
    >HKR,,VBILineOffset,,0 ; only needed if VBIMode used
    >HKR,,EnableSlicer,,0 ; Enable slicer if it is present
    >HKR,,Oversample,,4 ; 4..Use Philips 27MHz Frequency
    > ; 5..Use 5x for old Microsoft CC- & NABTS Codecs
    >##############################################################
    >as you can see I rem'ed out a few TVTuner lines with semi-colons (as I don't
    >have a tuner on this card and it said to do that so it doesn't enumerate the
    >tuner on startup but it did anyway :-\ ) and I also changed the:
    >
    >HKR,,VideoStandard,,NTSC ; "NTSC", "PAL", "SECAM",
    > ; "NTSC_433_50", "NTSC_433_60",
    > ; "NTSC_N", "PAL_433_60", "PAL_N",
    > ; "PAL_M", "AUTO"
    >
    >to this:
    >
    >HKR,,VideoStandard,,PAL_I ; "NTSC", "PAL", "SECAM",
    > ; "NTSC_433_50", "NTSC_433_60",
    > ; "NTSC_N", "PAL_433_60", "PAL_N",
    > ; "PAL_M", "AUTO"
    >
    >as an added bonus it seems to also returns this error in
    >Virtualdub......Status 411: Warning no frames were captured, try turning
    >overlay off, reduce capture resolution or reducing colour depth to 16 or 24
    >bit....... but I am sure that this is related to the drivers as I have
    >captured video perfectly ok with this card before no probs and the only
    >thing I did recently was a reinstall of windows.
    >
    >I'll keep trying to sort it out anyway and I'll post back if I manage to fix
    >it any and thanks again for your help :)
    >
    >



    ok between the hashes is a complete COPY of my INF file..... HTH
    ##################################################################

    ; nvcap.INF -- This file installs nvcap.sys
    ;
    ; Created 11.Nov.97 (Creation Date)
    ; Updated 16.Dec.97
    ; Updated 16.Mar.98
    ; Updated 17.Jun.98
    ; Updated 01.Okt.98
    ; Updated Jun21,2000 Cheehoi
    ; Updated 2-6-2001 Customization for Ext Tuner Box

    [Version]
    signature="$CHICAGO$"
    Class=MEDIA
    ClassGUID={4d36e96c-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}
    Provider=%MS%
    LayoutFile=LAYOUT.INF, layout1.inf, layout2.inf
    DriverVer = 11/16/2001, 1.0.8
    ;CatalogFile=NVCAP.CAT

    [DestinationDirs]
    nvcap.CopyDrivers=10,system32\drivers ; eg. \windows\system32\drivers
    nvcap.CopyCodec=11

    [SourceDisksNames]
    1=%Disk1Name%,,,%10%

    [SourceDisksFiles]
    nvcap.sys=1,system32\drivers

    [Manufacturer]
    %MS%=MS

    [MS]
    %nvcap.DeviceDesc%=nvcap.Device,DISPLAY\nvcap
    ;------------------------------------------------------------------------------->>>>>

    [nvcap.Device]
    Include = ks.inf, kscaptur.inf, ksfilter.inf
    Needs= KS.Registration,KSCAPTUR.Registration,MSPCLOCK.Installation
    AddReg = nvcap.AddReg
    UpdateInis= nvcap.UpdateIni
    CopyFiles= nvcap.CopyDrivers, nvcap.CopyCodec
    DelFiles = nvcap.DelDrivers
    KnownFiles= nvcap.KnownFiles

    [nvcap.Device.NT]
    Include = ks.inf, kscaptur.inf, ksfilter.inf
    Needs= KS.Registration,KSCAPTUR.Registration.NT,MSPCLOCK.Installation
    AddReg = nvcap.AddReg
    UpdateInis= nvcap.UpdateIni
    CopyFiles= nvcap.CopyDrivers, nvcap.CopyCodec
    DelFiles = nvcap.DelDrivers


    [nvcap.CopyDrivers]
    ;nvcap.sys
    stream.sys

    [nvcap.CopyCodec]
    msyuv.dll

    [nvcap.UpdateIni]
    system.ini, drivers32,,"VIDC.UYVY=msyuv.dll"

    [nvcap.KnownFiles]
    nvcap.sys=safe

    [nvcap.DelDrivers]


    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    ; Decoder related values
    ; All values in the decoder key and subkeys are string values
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    [nvcap.AddReg]
    HKR,,DevLoader,,*NTKERN
    HKR,,NTMPDriver,,nvcap.sys

    ;/////////////nVidia Customizations//////////////////////////////
    ;
    ; Please read this !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    ; Is video input does not switch correctly or
    ; audio doesn't mute, most probably the settings here are
    ; incorrect.
    ;
    ; 1)If an input source(PhilComp, PhilTuner etc) is removed,
    ; it won't be enumerated by the capture driver.
    ; Ex. If you do not want TUNER support for the All-in-one design
    ; remove "HKR,,AIOTuner,,VINX" key and Tuner input won't be
    ; enumerated.
    ;
    ;////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
    ;----Customization for external tuner box-----------------------
    ; This is the translucent green box
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    HKR,,PhilComp,,VIN0 ; input sel for ext. tuner (philips) design
    HKR,,PhilTuner,,VIN0
    HKR,,PhilSVideo,,VIN6

    ;----Customization for the ALL-In-One design--------------------
    HKR,,AIOComp,,VIN0 ; input sel for all-in-1
    HKR,,AIOSVideo,,VIN6

    ;----Customization for the Micronas VPX chipsets----------------
    HKR,,VPXComp,,VIN2 ; input sel for ext. tuner (micronas) design
    HKR,,VPXTuner,,VIN1
    HKR,,VPXSVideo,,VIN3

    HKR,,DefaultIn,,Comp
    HKR,,ExtSwitch,,FALSE
    HKR,,Manufacturer,,

    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    ; Subkey for VidComp
    ; 8574=W/46/ff
    ; 8575=W/46/ff/3
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    HKR,VidComp,NumCmd,,1
    HKR,VidComp,Cmd0,,W/46/ff

    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    ; Subkey for VidSVid
    ; 8574=W/46/bf
    ; 8575=W/46/ff/2
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    HKR,VidSVid,NumCmd,,1
    HKR,VidSVid,Cmd0,,W/46/bf

    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    ; Subkey for VidTuner
    ; 8574=W/46/7f
    ; 8575=W/46/ff/1
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    HKR,VidTuner,NumCmd,,1
    HKR,VidTuner,Cmd0,,W/46/7f

    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    ; Subkey for AudTuner
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    HKR,AudTuner,NumCmd,,0

    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    ; Subkey for AudLineIn
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    HKR,AudLineIn,NumCmd,,0

    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    ; Subkey for AudMute
    ; 9850 = W/b6/6/18
    ; 9874 = W/b0/12/ff
    ; 9873 = W/b4/0/40
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    HKR,AudMute,NumCmd,,0
    ;HKR,AudMute,Cmd0,,W/b6/6/18

    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    ; Subkey for AudUnMute
    ; 9850 = W/b6/6/40
    ; 9874 = W/b0/12/fb
    ; 9873 = W/b4/0/90
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    HKR,AudUnMute,NumCmd,,0
    ;HKR,AudUnMute,Cmd0,,W/b6/6/40

    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    ; Subkey for board customization
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    HKR,Custom,NumCmd,,1
    HKR,Custom,Cmd0,,W/46/3f

    ;///////////End of nVidia Customization//////////////////////////

    ;////////////////Philips HAL customization///////////////////////

    HKR,,Address,,0x4a ; I2C address only important if
    ; VideoDecoder != AUTO
    HKR,,InterfaceType,,D1 ; "D1" (8 bit) or "DMSD16" (16 bit)
    HKR,,VideoDecoder,,AUTO ; "SAA7111", "SAA7111A", "SAA7112V0",
    ; "SAA7112", "SAA7113V0", "SAA7113",
    ; "SAA7113A", "SAA7114", "AUTO"
    HKR,,VideoStandard,,PAL ; "NTSC", "PAL", "SECAM",
    ; "NTSC_433_50", "NTSC_433_60",
    ; "NTSC_N", "PAL_433_60", "PAL_N",
    ; "PAL_M", "AUTO"
    HKR,,OutputFormat,,CCIR656 ; "YUV422", "YUV411", "YUV420",
    ; "YUV410", "YUV9", "RGB565",
    ; "RGB888", "CCIR656"
    HKR,,VBIMode,,RAW ; "RAW", "BASEBAND" (optinal)
    HKR,,VBILineWidth,,720 ; only needed if VBIMode used
    HKR,,VBILineOffset,,0 ; only needed if VBIMode used
    HKR,,EnableSlicer,,0 ; Enable slicer if it is present
    HKR,,Oversample,,4 ; 4..Use Philips 27MHz Frequency
    ; 5..Use 5x for old Microsoft CC- & NABTS Codecs

    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    ; Subkey for video source 1
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    HKR,VidSrc1,InputMode,,0
    HKR,VidSrc1,SourceType,,VCR
    HKR,VidSrc1,VideoType,,Composite
    HKR,VidSrc1,ScalerFID,,DEFAULT
    HKR,VidSrc1,ScalerMode,,DEFAULT

    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    ; Subkey for video source 2
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    HKR,VidSrc2,InputMode,,0
    HKR,VidSrc2,SourceType,,TV
    HKR,VidSrc2,VideoType,,Tuner
    HKR,VidSrc2,ScalerFID,,DEFAULT
    HKR,VidSrc2,ScalerMode,,DEFAULT

    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    ; Subkey for video source 3
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    HKR,VidSrc3,InputMode,,6
    HKR,VidSrc3,SourceType,,VCR
    HKR,VidSrc3,VideoType,,SVHS
    HKR,VidSrc3,ScalerFID,,DEFAULT
    HKR,VidSrc3,ScalerMode,,DEFAULT

    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    ; Subkey Description for video sources (optional)
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    ; Subkeyname : "VidSrcX" -> X = number of input
    ; InputMode : Decoder input mode for video source ("0" to "9")
    ; SourceType : "Camera", "TV", "VCR"
    ; VideoType : "Tuner", "Composite", "SVHS", "Extern_1"
    ; ScalerFID : "DEFAULT", "INVERT" (optional)
    ; ScalerMode : "DEFAULT", "HIGH_BANDWIDTH", "LOW_BANDWIDTH" (optional)

    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    ; Subkey Description for teletext sources (optional)
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    ; Subkeyname : "TelSrcX" -> X = number of input
    ; InputType : "INTERNAL", ""EXTERNAL_1"

    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    ; Subkey example for teletext source (optional)
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    ; HKR,TelSrc1,InputType,,INTERNAL

    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    ; Subkey Description for default values (optional)
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    ; Subkeyname: "DefaultSaa7111" for defaults of Saa7111
    ; "DefaultSaa7111A" for defaults of Saa7111A
    ; "DefaultSaa7112V0" for defaults of Saa7112V0
    ; "DefaultSaa7112" for defaults of Saa7112
    ; "DefaultSaa7113V0" for defaults of Saa7113V0
    ; "DefaultSaa7113" for defaults of Saa7113
    ; "DefaultSaa7113A" for defaults of Saa7113A
    ; "DefaultSaa7114" for defaults of Saa7114
    ; Reg0xXXX : Value of register 0xXXX (hex) overwriting the
    ; value in the hardcoded default array. The register
    ; number in the key must be hex with leading 0x and
    ; must contain 3 digits!

    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    ; Subkey for default values for the Saa7113
    ; The hardcoded default value 0x82 of register 0x40 is replaced
    ; with 0x02 which is necessary for PAL
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    HKR,DefaultSaa7113,Reg0x040,,0x02
    HKR,DefaultSaa7113V0,Reg0x040,,0x02

    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    ; Subkey for default values for the Saa7114
    ; The hardcoded default value 0x00 of register 0x80 is replaced
    ; with 0x10 which is necessary for NTSC sliced data interface
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    ;HKR,DefaultSaa7114,Reg0x080,,0x40 ;only when EnableSlicer=1 !!!

    ;/////////////////End of Philips HAL customization//////////////

    [nvcap.Device.Interfaces]
    AddInterface={65e8773d-8f56-11d0-a3b9-00a0c9223196},"GLOBAL",VideoCapture,
    AddInterface={a799a801-a46d-11d0-a18c-00a02401dcd4},"GLOBAL",VideoCrossbar,

    [nvcap.Device.NT.Interfaces]
    AddInterface={65e8773d-8f56-11d0-a3b9-00a0c9223196},"GLOBAL",VideoCapture,
    AddInterface={a799a801-a46d-11d0-a18c-00a02401dcd4},"GLOBAL",VideoCrossbar,

    [VideoCapture]
    AddReg=VideoCapture.AddReg

    [VideoCrossbar]
    AddReg=VideoXBar.AddReg

    [VideoCapture.AddReg]
    HKR,,CLSID,,{17CCA71B-ECD7-11D0-B908-00A0C9223196}
    HKR,,FriendlyName,,%nvcap.Capture%
    HKR,,PageOutWhenUnopened,1,01
    HKR,,DontSuspendIfStreamsAreRunning,1,01

    [VideoXBar.AddReg]
    HKR,,CLSID,,{71F96460-78F3-11d0-A18C-00A0C9118956}
    HKR,,FriendlyName,,%nvcap.Crossbar%

    [nvcap.Device.NT.Services]
    AddService = nvcap,0x00000002,nvcap.ServiceInstall

    [nvcap.ServiceInstall]
    DisplayName = %nvcap.DeviceDesc%
    ServiceType = %SERVICE_KERNEL_DRIVER%
    StartType = %SERVICE_AUTO_START%
    ErrorControl = %SERVICE_ERROR_NORMAL%
    ServiceBinary = %12%\nvcap.sys

    ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    ; S t r i n g s
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------

    [Strings]
    ;----------------
    ; Non-Localizable
    ;----------------

    SERVICE_KERNEL_DRIVER=1
    SERVICE_AUTO_START=2
    SERVICE_ERROR_NORMAL=1

    ;----------------
    ; Localizable
    ;----------------
    Msft = "nVidia Corporation"
    MS = "nVidia"
    captureClassName = "Sound, video and game controllers"
    nvcap.DeviceDesc = "nVidia WDM Video Capture (universal)"
    nvcap.Capture = "nVidia WDM Video Capture (universal)"
    nvcap.Crossbar = "nVidia WDM Video Crossbar (universal)"
    Disk1Name = "nVidia WDM Drivers Disk 1"

    #########################################################################################
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    #5
  6. NeonBlue

    Granulated Guest

    On Fri, 13 Aug 2004 01:19:39 +0100 "NeonBlue" <>
    meeped :

    >HKR,,VideoStandard,,PAL_I ; "NTSC", "PAL", "SECAM",
    > ; "NTSC_433_50", "NTSC_433_60",
    > ; "NTSC_N", "PAL_433_60", "PAL_N",
    > ; "PAL_M", "AUTO"



    WHy did you put PAL_I ? it's not even in the list !
    I
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    #6
  7. NeonBlue

    NeonBlue Guest

    I used PAL_I as that is the one which seems to work for me when I select it
    in AMCAP's video format (it then displays it as being 625 lines and not
    NTSC_M as it always seems to default to. I did, as you say, realise it
    wasn't in the list and have tried it with PAL too now and it still seems not
    to allow it to be set to PAL and just keeps constantly reverting to NTSC_M
    mode each bootup. I used regedit to search for the word "VideoStandard" in
    the registry and I found where it said PAL_I and I have changed it to PAL
    now so I will reboot again and see if it works this time and repost if it
    does or not :) thanks for the help :)

    "Granulated" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > On Fri, 13 Aug 2004 01:19:39 +0100 "NeonBlue" <>
    > meeped :
    >
    >>HKR,,VideoStandard,,PAL_I ; "NTSC", "PAL", "SECAM",
    >> ; "NTSC_433_50", "NTSC_433_60",
    >> ; "NTSC_N", "PAL_433_60", "PAL_N",
    >> ; "PAL_M", "AUTO"

    >
    >
    > WHy did you put PAL_I ? it's not even in the list !
    > I
    > --
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    >
     
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    #7
  8. NeonBlue

    NeonBlue Guest

    "Granulated" <> wrote in message
    news:p...
    > On Fri, 13 Aug 2004 01:19:39 +0100 "NeonBlue" <>
    > meeped :
    >
    >>"Granulated" <> wrote in message
    >>news:...
    >>> On Mon, 9 Aug 2004 18:38:58 +0100 "NeonBlue"
    >>> <>
    >>> meeped
    >>> :
    >>>
    >>>>hi all,
    >>>>
    >>>>I've been racking my brain over this problem for months now and I've
    >>>>searched and searched and still cannot fix this little problem I
    >>>>have....
    >>>>
    >>>>the problem is this....
    >>>>
    >>>>My WDM video capture PAL settings keep resetting themselves to NTSC on
    >>>>every
    >>>>bootup and the only way I can reset it back to PAL is by messing about
    >>>>each
    >>>>time and loading up the AMCAP.exe program first to set the format to PAL
    >>>>before using VirtualDub cause if I don't do that first then I get the
    >>>>bottom
    >>>>part of the captured video cut off and it looks plain wrong. I'm using
    >>>>a
    >>>>MSI GeforceFX5900XT VTD128 card with VIVO drivers v1.0.8.0 (it says this
    >>>>in
    >>>>the device manager for my "nVidia WDM Video Capture Universal" section)
    >>>>
    >>>>The same thing happens with any WDM capture drivers I installed in the
    >>>>past
    >>>>but I am assuming it's the nVidia card setting itself to a default of
    >>>>NTSC
    >>>>each time but I need it to stay permanently set on PAL (which it doesn't
    >>>>seem to want to do?)
    >>>>
    >>>>Any help to enlighten me as to how to easily set this to PAL permanently
    >>>>would be much appreciated :) thanks!
    >>>>
    >>>
    >>> The 108's should be ok..they're the only ones Ive ever used that dont
    >>> reset to
    >>> NTSC on reboot....although..thinking about it I might have edited the
    >>> INF
    >>> file..
    >>>
    >>> open up the file NVCAP.INF
    >>>
    >>> see what this bit says.... I think i changed it from AUTO...to PAL..and
    >>> it
    >>> works
    >>>
    >>> ###############################################
    >>>
    >>> HKR,,VideoStandard,,PAL ; "NTSC", "PAL", "SECAM",
    >>> ; "NTSC_433_50", "NTSC_433_60",
    >>> ; "NTSC_N", "PAL_433_60", "PAL_N",
    >>> ; "PAL_M", "AUTO"
    >>>
    >>> ################################################

    >>
    >>thanks for the help, I'm sure this must be the way to fix it as you said
    >>but
    >>I'm still in the dark a bit as to which part to change and where? do I
    >>change it in the windows/system folder or do I change it in the main place
    >>where I extracted the drivers and then reinstall them?
    >>
    >>I attempted to change it to the following but it still seems to get stuck
    >>on
    >>NTSC anyway each bootup also there's some very dodgy looking large
    >>numbers
    >>in the slider bars (in Virtualdub video source settings) for the
    >>saturation,
    >>hue, brightness, etc so I think I messed it up with my tweaking somehow so
    >>I
    >>will uninstall the drivers as best I can and reinstall them.
    >>############################################################
    >>;---------------------------------------------------------------
    >>; Decoder related values
    >>; All values in the decoder key and subkeys are string values
    >>;---------------------------------------------------------------
    >>[nvcap.AddReg]
    >>HKR,,DevLoader,,*NTKERN
    >>HKR,,NTMPDriver,,nvcap.sys
    >>HKR,,PhilComp,,VIN0 ; input sel for ext. tuner (philips) design
    >>;HKR,,PhilTuner,,VIN0
    >>HKR,,PhilSVideo,,VIN6
    >>HKR,,AIOComp,,VIN3 ; input sel for all-in-1
    >>;HKR,,AIOTuner,,VIN1
    >>HKR,,AIOSVideo,,VIN6
    >>HKR,,VPXComp,,VIN2 ; input sel for ext. tuner (micronas) design
    >>;HKR,,VPXTuner,,VIN1
    >>HKR,,VPXSVideo,,VIN3
    >>HKR,,DefaultIn,,Comp
    >>HKR,,ExtSwitch,,TRUE
    >>HKR,,Manufacturer,,ASUS
    >>HKR,,Address,,0x4a ; I2C address only important if
    >> ; VideoDecoder != AUTO
    >>HKR,,InterfaceType,,D1 ; "D1" (8 bit) or "DMSD16" (16 bit)
    >>HKR,,VideoDecoder,,AUTO ; "SAA7111", "SAA7111A", "SAA7112V0",
    >> ; "SAA7112", "SAA7113V0", "SAA7113",
    >> ; "SAA7113A", "SAA7114", "AUTO"
    >>HKR,,VideoStandard,,PAL_I ; "NTSC", "PAL", "SECAM",
    >> ; "NTSC_433_50", "NTSC_433_60",
    >> ; "NTSC_N", "PAL_433_60", "PAL_N",
    >> ; "PAL_M", "AUTO"
    >>HKR,,OutputFormat,,CCIR656 ; "YUV422", "YUV411", "YUV420",
    >> ; "YUV410", "YUV9", "RGB565",
    >> ; "RGB888", "CCIR656"
    >>HKR,,VBIMode,,RAW ; "RAW", "BASEBAND" (optinal)
    >>HKR,,VBILineWidth,,720 ; only needed if VBIMode used
    >>HKR,,VBILineOffset,,0 ; only needed if VBIMode used
    >>HKR,,EnableSlicer,,0 ; Enable slicer if it is present
    >>HKR,,Oversample,,4 ; 4..Use Philips 27MHz Frequency
    >> ; 5..Use 5x for old Microsoft CC- & NABTS
    >> Codecs
    >>##############################################################
    >>as you can see I rem'ed out a few TVTuner lines with semi-colons (as I
    >>don't
    >>have a tuner on this card and it said to do that so it doesn't enumerate
    >>the
    >>tuner on startup but it did anyway :-\ ) and I also changed the:
    >>
    >>HKR,,VideoStandard,,NTSC ; "NTSC", "PAL", "SECAM",
    >> ; "NTSC_433_50", "NTSC_433_60",
    >> ; "NTSC_N", "PAL_433_60", "PAL_N",
    >> ; "PAL_M", "AUTO"
    >>
    >>to this:
    >>
    >>HKR,,VideoStandard,,PAL_I ; "NTSC", "PAL", "SECAM",
    >> ; "NTSC_433_50", "NTSC_433_60",
    >> ; "NTSC_N", "PAL_433_60", "PAL_N",
    >> ; "PAL_M", "AUTO"
    >>
    >>as an added bonus it seems to also returns this error in
    >>Virtualdub......Status 411: Warning no frames were captured, try turning
    >>overlay off, reduce capture resolution or reducing colour depth to 16 or
    >>24
    >>bit....... but I am sure that this is related to the drivers as I have
    >>captured video perfectly ok with this card before no probs and the only
    >>thing I did recently was a reinstall of windows.
    >>
    >>I'll keep trying to sort it out anyway and I'll post back if I manage to
    >>fix
    >>it any and thanks again for your help :)
    >>
    >>

    >
    >
    > ok between the hashes is a complete COPY of my INF file..... HTH
    > ##################################################################
    >
    > ; nvcap.INF -- This file installs nvcap.sys
    > ;
    > ; Created 11.Nov.97 (Creation Date)
    > ; Updated 16.Dec.97
    > ; Updated 16.Mar.98
    > ; Updated 17.Jun.98
    > ; Updated 01.Okt.98
    > ; Updated Jun21,2000 Cheehoi
    > ; Updated 2-6-2001 Customization for Ext Tuner Box
    >
    > [Version]
    > signature="$CHICAGO$"
    > Class=MEDIA
    > ClassGUID={4d36e96c-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}
    > Provider=%MS%
    > LayoutFile=LAYOUT.INF, layout1.inf, layout2.inf
    > DriverVer = 11/16/2001, 1.0.8
    > ;CatalogFile=NVCAP.CAT
    >
    > [DestinationDirs]
    > nvcap.CopyDrivers=10,system32\drivers ; eg. \windows\system32\drivers
    > nvcap.CopyCodec=11
    >
    > [SourceDisksNames]
    > 1=%Disk1Name%,,,%10%
    >
    > [SourceDisksFiles]
    > nvcap.sys=1,system32\drivers
    >
    > [Manufacturer]
    > %MS%=MS
    >
    > [MS]
    > %nvcap.DeviceDesc%=nvcap.Device,DISPLAY\nvcap
    > ;------------------------------------------------------------------------------->>>>>
    >
    > [nvcap.Device]
    > Include = ks.inf, kscaptur.inf, ksfilter.inf
    > Needs= KS.Registration,KSCAPTUR.Registration,MSPCLOCK.Installation
    > AddReg = nvcap.AddReg
    > UpdateInis= nvcap.UpdateIni
    > CopyFiles= nvcap.CopyDrivers, nvcap.CopyCodec
    > DelFiles = nvcap.DelDrivers
    > KnownFiles= nvcap.KnownFiles
    >
    > [nvcap.Device.NT]
    > Include = ks.inf, kscaptur.inf, ksfilter.inf
    > Needs= KS.Registration,KSCAPTUR.Registration.NT,MSPCLOCK.Installation
    > AddReg = nvcap.AddReg
    > UpdateInis= nvcap.UpdateIni
    > CopyFiles= nvcap.CopyDrivers, nvcap.CopyCodec
    > DelFiles = nvcap.DelDrivers
    >
    >
    > [nvcap.CopyDrivers]
    > ;nvcap.sys
    > stream.sys
    >
    > [nvcap.CopyCodec]
    > msyuv.dll
    >
    > [nvcap.UpdateIni]
    > system.ini, drivers32,,"VIDC.UYVY=msyuv.dll"
    >
    > [nvcap.KnownFiles]
    > nvcap.sys=safe
    >
    > [nvcap.DelDrivers]
    >
    >
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > ; Decoder related values
    > ; All values in the decoder key and subkeys are string values
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > [nvcap.AddReg]
    > HKR,,DevLoader,,*NTKERN
    > HKR,,NTMPDriver,,nvcap.sys
    >
    > ;/////////////nVidia Customizations//////////////////////////////
    > ;
    > ; Please read this !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    > ; Is video input does not switch correctly or
    > ; audio doesn't mute, most probably the settings here are
    > ; incorrect.
    > ;
    > ; 1)If an input source(PhilComp, PhilTuner etc) is removed,
    > ; it won't be enumerated by the capture driver.
    > ; Ex. If you do not want TUNER support for the All-in-one design
    > ; remove "HKR,,AIOTuner,,VINX" key and Tuner input won't be
    > ; enumerated.
    > ;
    > ;////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
    > ;----Customization for external tuner box-----------------------
    > ; This is the translucent green box
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > HKR,,PhilComp,,VIN0 ; input sel for ext. tuner (philips) design
    > HKR,,PhilTuner,,VIN0
    > HKR,,PhilSVideo,,VIN6
    >
    > ;----Customization for the ALL-In-One design--------------------
    > HKR,,AIOComp,,VIN0 ; input sel for all-in-1
    > HKR,,AIOSVideo,,VIN6
    >
    > ;----Customization for the Micronas VPX chipsets----------------
    > HKR,,VPXComp,,VIN2 ; input sel for ext. tuner (micronas) design
    > HKR,,VPXTuner,,VIN1
    > HKR,,VPXSVideo,,VIN3
    >
    > HKR,,DefaultIn,,Comp
    > HKR,,ExtSwitch,,FALSE
    > HKR,,Manufacturer,,
    >
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > ; Subkey for VidComp
    > ; 8574=W/46/ff
    > ; 8575=W/46/ff/3
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > HKR,VidComp,NumCmd,,1
    > HKR,VidComp,Cmd0,,W/46/ff
    >
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > ; Subkey for VidSVid
    > ; 8574=W/46/bf
    > ; 8575=W/46/ff/2
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > HKR,VidSVid,NumCmd,,1
    > HKR,VidSVid,Cmd0,,W/46/bf
    >
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > ; Subkey for VidTuner
    > ; 8574=W/46/7f
    > ; 8575=W/46/ff/1
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > HKR,VidTuner,NumCmd,,1
    > HKR,VidTuner,Cmd0,,W/46/7f
    >
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > ; Subkey for AudTuner
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > HKR,AudTuner,NumCmd,,0
    >
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > ; Subkey for AudLineIn
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > HKR,AudLineIn,NumCmd,,0
    >
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > ; Subkey for AudMute
    > ; 9850 = W/b6/6/18
    > ; 9874 = W/b0/12/ff
    > ; 9873 = W/b4/0/40
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > HKR,AudMute,NumCmd,,0
    > ;HKR,AudMute,Cmd0,,W/b6/6/18
    >
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > ; Subkey for AudUnMute
    > ; 9850 = W/b6/6/40
    > ; 9874 = W/b0/12/fb
    > ; 9873 = W/b4/0/90
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > HKR,AudUnMute,NumCmd,,0
    > ;HKR,AudUnMute,Cmd0,,W/b6/6/40
    >
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > ; Subkey for board customization
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > HKR,Custom,NumCmd,,1
    > HKR,Custom,Cmd0,,W/46/3f
    >
    > ;///////////End of nVidia Customization//////////////////////////
    >
    > ;////////////////Philips HAL customization///////////////////////
    >
    > HKR,,Address,,0x4a ; I2C address only important if
    > ; VideoDecoder != AUTO
    > HKR,,InterfaceType,,D1 ; "D1" (8 bit) or "DMSD16" (16 bit)
    > HKR,,VideoDecoder,,AUTO ; "SAA7111", "SAA7111A", "SAA7112V0",
    > ; "SAA7112", "SAA7113V0", "SAA7113",
    > ; "SAA7113A", "SAA7114", "AUTO"
    > HKR,,VideoStandard,,PAL ; "NTSC", "PAL", "SECAM",
    > ; "NTSC_433_50", "NTSC_433_60",
    > ; "NTSC_N", "PAL_433_60", "PAL_N",
    > ; "PAL_M", "AUTO"
    > HKR,,OutputFormat,,CCIR656 ; "YUV422", "YUV411", "YUV420",
    > ; "YUV410", "YUV9", "RGB565",
    > ; "RGB888", "CCIR656"
    > HKR,,VBIMode,,RAW ; "RAW", "BASEBAND" (optinal)
    > HKR,,VBILineWidth,,720 ; only needed if VBIMode used
    > HKR,,VBILineOffset,,0 ; only needed if VBIMode used
    > HKR,,EnableSlicer,,0 ; Enable slicer if it is present
    > HKR,,Oversample,,4 ; 4..Use Philips 27MHz Frequency
    > ; 5..Use 5x for old Microsoft CC- & NABTS Codecs
    >
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > ; Subkey for video source 1
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > HKR,VidSrc1,InputMode,,0
    > HKR,VidSrc1,SourceType,,VCR
    > HKR,VidSrc1,VideoType,,Composite
    > HKR,VidSrc1,ScalerFID,,DEFAULT
    > HKR,VidSrc1,ScalerMode,,DEFAULT
    >
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > ; Subkey for video source 2
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > HKR,VidSrc2,InputMode,,0
    > HKR,VidSrc2,SourceType,,TV
    > HKR,VidSrc2,VideoType,,Tuner
    > HKR,VidSrc2,ScalerFID,,DEFAULT
    > HKR,VidSrc2,ScalerMode,,DEFAULT
    >
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > ; Subkey for video source 3
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > HKR,VidSrc3,InputMode,,6
    > HKR,VidSrc3,SourceType,,VCR
    > HKR,VidSrc3,VideoType,,SVHS
    > HKR,VidSrc3,ScalerFID,,DEFAULT
    > HKR,VidSrc3,ScalerMode,,DEFAULT
    >
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > ; Subkey Description for video sources (optional)
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > ; Subkeyname : "VidSrcX" -> X = number of input
    > ; InputMode : Decoder input mode for video source ("0" to "9")
    > ; SourceType : "Camera", "TV", "VCR"
    > ; VideoType : "Tuner", "Composite", "SVHS", "Extern_1"
    > ; ScalerFID : "DEFAULT", "INVERT" (optional)
    > ; ScalerMode : "DEFAULT", "HIGH_BANDWIDTH", "LOW_BANDWIDTH" (optional)
    >
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > ; Subkey Description for teletext sources (optional)
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > ; Subkeyname : "TelSrcX" -> X = number of input
    > ; InputType : "INTERNAL", ""EXTERNAL_1"
    >
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > ; Subkey example for teletext source (optional)
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > ; HKR,TelSrc1,InputType,,INTERNAL
    >
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > ; Subkey Description for default values (optional)
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > ; Subkeyname: "DefaultSaa7111" for defaults of Saa7111
    > ; "DefaultSaa7111A" for defaults of Saa7111A
    > ; "DefaultSaa7112V0" for defaults of Saa7112V0
    > ; "DefaultSaa7112" for defaults of Saa7112
    > ; "DefaultSaa7113V0" for defaults of Saa7113V0
    > ; "DefaultSaa7113" for defaults of Saa7113
    > ; "DefaultSaa7113A" for defaults of Saa7113A
    > ; "DefaultSaa7114" for defaults of Saa7114
    > ; Reg0xXXX : Value of register 0xXXX (hex) overwriting the
    > ; value in the hardcoded default array. The register
    > ; number in the key must be hex with leading 0x and
    > ; must contain 3 digits!
    >
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > ; Subkey for default values for the Saa7113
    > ; The hardcoded default value 0x82 of register 0x40 is replaced
    > ; with 0x02 which is necessary for PAL
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > HKR,DefaultSaa7113,Reg0x040,,0x02
    > HKR,DefaultSaa7113V0,Reg0x040,,0x02
    >
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > ; Subkey for default values for the Saa7114
    > ; The hardcoded default value 0x00 of register 0x80 is replaced
    > ; with 0x10 which is necessary for NTSC sliced data interface
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > ;HKR,DefaultSaa7114,Reg0x080,,0x40 ;only when EnableSlicer=1 !!!
    >
    > ;/////////////////End of Philips HAL customization//////////////
    >
    > [nvcap.Device.Interfaces]
    > AddInterface={65e8773d-8f56-11d0-a3b9-00a0c9223196},"GLOBAL",VideoCapture,
    > AddInterface={a799a801-a46d-11d0-a18c-00a02401dcd4},"GLOBAL",VideoCrossbar,
    >
    > [nvcap.Device.NT.Interfaces]
    > AddInterface={65e8773d-8f56-11d0-a3b9-00a0c9223196},"GLOBAL",VideoCapture,
    > AddInterface={a799a801-a46d-11d0-a18c-00a02401dcd4},"GLOBAL",VideoCrossbar,
    >
    > [VideoCapture]
    > AddReg=VideoCapture.AddReg
    >
    > [VideoCrossbar]
    > AddReg=VideoXBar.AddReg
    >
    > [VideoCapture.AddReg]
    > HKR,,CLSID,,{17CCA71B-ECD7-11D0-B908-00A0C9223196}
    > HKR,,FriendlyName,,%nvcap.Capture%
    > HKR,,PageOutWhenUnopened,1,01
    > HKR,,DontSuspendIfStreamsAreRunning,1,01
    >
    > [VideoXBar.AddReg]
    > HKR,,CLSID,,{71F96460-78F3-11d0-A18C-00A0C9118956}
    > HKR,,FriendlyName,,%nvcap.Crossbar%
    >
    > [nvcap.Device.NT.Services]
    > AddService = nvcap,0x00000002,nvcap.ServiceInstall
    >
    > [nvcap.ServiceInstall]
    > DisplayName = %nvcap.DeviceDesc%
    > ServiceType = %SERVICE_KERNEL_DRIVER%
    > StartType = %SERVICE_AUTO_START%
    > ErrorControl = %SERVICE_ERROR_NORMAL%
    > ServiceBinary = %12%\nvcap.sys
    >
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    > ; S t r i n g s
    > ;---------------------------------------------------------------
    >
    > [Strings]
    > ;----------------
    > ; Non-Localizable
    > ;----------------
    >
    > SERVICE_KERNEL_DRIVER=1
    > SERVICE_AUTO_START=2
    > SERVICE_ERROR_NORMAL=1
    >
    > ;----------------
    > ; Localizable
    > ;----------------
    > Msft = "nVidia Corporation"
    > MS = "nVidia"
    > captureClassName = "Sound, video and game controllers"
    > nvcap.DeviceDesc = "nVidia WDM Video Capture (universal)"
    > nvcap.Capture = "nVidia WDM Video Capture (universal)"
    > nvcap.Crossbar = "nVidia WDM Video Crossbar (universal)"
    > Disk1Name = "nVidia WDM Drivers Disk 1"
    >
    > #########################################################################################
    > --
    >
    >
    > ) ___ ______
    > (__/_____) /) (, / )
    > / __ _ (/ _ /---( __ _/_ _
    > / (_(_/ (_(__/ )_(_(_ ) / ____)(_(_/ (_(__/_)_
    > (______) (_/ (
    >


    Thanks for this :) it all seems to be looking exactly like my one here as I
    first changed mine to PAL (in nvcap.inf file) and then reinstalled the
    nvcap.inf by right clicking and choosing Install on the menu "and" I also
    tried tweaking nvcap.inf first then installing the whole WDM driver package
    and even though it appears to be set to PAL in the registry, it still
    reverts to NTSC_M each time.... Anyways, I'll reboot now that I've messed
    with the registry and see if it works this time and I'll repost back as to
    what happens :) thanks
     
    NeonBlue, Aug 17, 2004
    #8
  9. NeonBlue

    NeonBlue Guest

    One problem solved it seems :)

    It appears that now I have changed the registry to PAL it has rebooted and
    it has miraculously set itself to PAL_B mode!!!! so I am guessing that PAL_I
    was some similar standard that seemed to work for me but the real one is
    PAL_B and now the picture is properly centred :) so my sincere thanks for
    the help :) now I just have to sort out why I can't capture any frames at
    all in VirtualDub (see problem 2 in my other post: Subject: GeforceFX 5900XT
    VTD128 card gives picture but not capturing video at all) and I will be all
    set..... lol the joy of computers and their many errors, eh?

    "Granulated" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > On Fri, 13 Aug 2004 01:19:39 +0100 "NeonBlue" <>
    > meeped :
    >
    >>HKR,,VideoStandard,,PAL_I ; "NTSC", "PAL", "SECAM",
    >> ; "NTSC_433_50", "NTSC_433_60",
    >> ; "NTSC_N", "PAL_433_60", "PAL_N",
    >> ; "PAL_M", "AUTO"

    >
    >
    > WHy did you put PAL_I ? it's not even in the list !
    > I
    > --
    >
    >
    > ) ___ ______
    > (__/_____) /) (, / )
    > / __ _ (/ _ /---( __ _/_ _
    > / (_(_/ (_(__/ )_(_(_ ) / ____)(_(_/ (_(__/_)_
    > (______) (_/ (
    >
     
    NeonBlue, Aug 17, 2004
    #9
  10. NeonBlue

    paluser Guest

    Hi NeonBlue

    I am facing the exact same problem with my NVidia Personal Cinem
    GeForce FX 5700. I have tried changing the nvcap.inf file, installin
    it or reinstalling WDM with modified inf file but no luck. For me, I a
    not even able to modify the TV tuner type with any application. Can yo
    please tell me which registry setting you changed to solve th
    problem?

    Thank

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    paluser, Aug 24, 2005
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