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CAPTURE
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These guides describes how to capture analog or digital video.

Capture articles
How to capture TV/Video AND stream/broadcast over internet/lan
How to capture Video, TV,Cam using a TV-Card/Videocard with Video-in
How to capture using a ATI All-In-Wonder or other ATIs Capture Cards.
How to capture Analog Video using a Digital Camcorder.
How to capture/copy DV/HDV using a firewire/DV/iLink card.
How to capture/copy HDTV and DVB(Digital Video BroadCast/DigitalTV)


 
 How to capture Video, TV,Cam using a TV-Card/Videocard with Video-in
 
- How to capture video and create a PAL DVD from it
- Capturing to DVD format with Mainconcept MPEG Encoder and Cinergy 400 TV Capture card
- Capture MPEG with MainConcept MPEG Encoder
- doom9 Capture analog sources v4
- How to capture AVI and maintain audio sync with iuVCR
- Capture MPEG-2(DVD,SVCD) with PowerVCR using any capture card
- High Quality Capturing with Little Frame Loss in VirtualDub

How to capture video and create a PAL DVD from it

This guide describes, with lots of screenshots, how to capture from TV, VCR, Videocamera or any other video source, and how to properly convert the captured material to DVD. The manual only applies to the european PAL system. The guide is meant for those who can't live with the limited configuration options offered by all-in-one packages such as the Ulead or Pinnacle software, and would like some more control of each step in the process. This guide will use some pretty advanced tools, but not to worry, you'll see its all not that hard if you just follow the instructions. This guide is intended for: Hi8 to DVD Video8 to DVD HandyCam to DVD VCR to DVD TV to DVD * to DVD ;)

Link
http://dvdguide.ennik.com

Tools used
Virtualdub, HC Encoder, BeSweet

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How to capture Video, TV,Cam using a TV-Card/Videocard with Video-in


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Jasper  Apr 24, 2006  Apr 24, 2006  6.2/10 (31 votes ) 30975  331618 
 
       
Capturing to DVD format with Mainconcept MPEG Encoder and Cinergy 400 TV Capture card

Capturing to DVD format with Mainconcept MPEG Encoder and Cinergy 400 TV Capture card.

Link
http://www.spaceplant.com/stuff/capture-dvd-cinergy/

Tools used
Mainconcept MPEG Encoder

Sections
How to capture Video, TV,Cam using a TV-Card/Videocard with Video-in


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Jesper  Jan 10, 2006  Jan 10, 2006  6.4/10 (5 votes ) 6209  244912 
 
       
Capture MPEG with MainConcept MPEG Encoder

Minimum settings for capturing decent MPEG-2 video in MainConcept 1.4.x or higher, using the capture utility. Requires 1.5Ghz CPU minimum.

Link
http://www.digitalfaq.com/dvdguides/capture/mpeg/mpeg.htm#mainconcept

Tools used
Mainconcept MPEG Encoder

Sections
How to capture Video, TV,Cam using a TV-Card/Videocard with Video-in


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lordsmurf  May 30, 2005  May 30, 2005  4.6/10 (14 votes ) 17964  268286 
 
       
doom9 Capture analog sources v4

In this guide you will be able to learn how you can capture analogue video material to your computer, what kind of post processing should be done to get good quality and some links are given for the encoding and authoring of your processed video. The source will be a PAL or a NTSC system and you should end up with a DivX3/DivX5/FFVFW/XviD file for playback on a PC, or a DVD/SVCD/CVD/VCD for playback in a standalone DVD player.

Link
http://www.doom9.org/index.html?/capture/start.html

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How to capture Video, TV,Cam using a TV-Card/Videocard with Video-in
Capture articles


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Wilbert  Jun 29, 2004  Apr 08, 2003  7.4/10 (44 votes ) 106542  599195 
 
       
How to capture AVI and maintain audio sync with iuVCR

Guide for capturing AVI (using HuffYUV,MJPEG) in iuVCR and maintain proper A/V sync. Perfect solution for picky cards like AVerMedia.

Link
http://www.digitalfaq.com/dvdguides/capture/avi/avi.htm#iuvcr

Tools used
HuffYUV, iuVCR, PICVideo MJPEG

Sections
How to capture Video, TV,Cam using a TV-Card/Videocard with Video-in


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housepig  Jun 04, 2004  Jun 04, 2004  4.8/10 (19 votes ) 28084  300825 
 
       
Capture MPEG-2(DVD,SVCD) with PowerVCR using any capture card

Guide for using PowerVCRII and PVAStrumento to capture in-sync, 352x480 Half-D1 interlaced MPEG-2 in decent quality using any capture card.

Link
http://www.digitalfaq.com/dvdguides/capture/mpeg/mpeg.htm#powervcr

Tools used
PowerVCR, PVAStrumento

Sections
How to capture Video, TV,Cam using a TV-Card/Videocard with Video-in


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lordsmurf  Jun 03, 2004  Jun 03, 2004  6.3/10 (15 votes ) 43879  316740 
 
       
High Quality Capturing with Little Frame Loss in VirtualDub

High Quality Capturing with Little Frame Loss in VirtualDub. Ok, this is my first attemp at a guide and I feel that it will be a helpful one.

Link
http://www.videohelp.com/forum/userguides/89899.php

Tools used
TMPGEnc, Virtualdub

Sections
How to capture Video, TV,Cam using a TV-Card/Videocard with Video-in


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monsoon01  Apr 01, 2003  Apr 01, 2003  7.0/10 (24 votes ) 64207  376989 
 
       


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