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Radeon HD 2400 PRO

Discussion in 'ATI' started by Thomas Prost, Dec 17, 2012.

  1. Thomas Prost

    Thomas Prost Guest

    Does anyone know if the S-Video-Interface of this card is output only or
    can a VCR be connected there to copy VHS to PC ?
    Thomas Prost, Dec 17, 2012
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    goldy Guest

    goldy, Dec 23, 2012
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    Thomas Prost Guest

    Thomas Prost, Dec 27, 2012
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    Rene Guest

    That's what it says but on
    it also says that SOME versions of the 2400 series support video in. And
    http://tinyurl.com/awh6bxn unfortunately says that your card Radeon HD
    2400 PRO does not have video in. Alas...

    Abbrevation of "All in wonder", that's a name that ATI gives to cards
    that have video in. Or at least gave, don't know whether they still do
    it. In the past one could often see an empty spot on the card on which a
    video capture ic could be soldered, the AIW version had it soldered on,
    the non-AIW's just had the solder pads.

    A friend of mine is into developping hardware and writing software for
    video streaming (his job) and he said to me a while ago that one of the
    best chips for analog video capturing is available in a usb stick from
    dealextreme for a very low price. I think it was this one:


    It has the advantage that it has the sound capturing hardware build into
    it, many video capturing solutions use the sound card for that purpose
    but that has the disadvantage that it is not rare that sooner or later
    in the movie video and sound get out of sync.

    You can read the reviews on the site of dealextreme should you be

    Good luck!

    Yours sincerely,
    Rene, Dec 30, 2012
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