Matrox Marvel G450 eTV - VideoHelp Capture Card

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Matrox Marvel G450 eTV Graphics Card
Tv Tuner
Analog VideoIn
Win95? Win98 Win2K WinXP
Vista? NT4? MAC? Linux?
*based on user reports.
AGP $200 6.1/10
11 votes
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Description (from the manufacturer site)
Watch, capture, create and share with the Marvel G450 eTV - the most complete multimedia entertainment solution featuring Matrox’s coveted third-generation DualHead® display technology, including eDualHead™. 3D gaming, video editing, TV tuning and Web surfing are literally re-invented by adding a TV to a VGA monitor or analog flat panel monitor. Tune in, record, and timeshift while watching your favorite TV shows. Add titles, effects, and sound to video footage before posting it on-line. Or play Environment-Mapped Bump Mapped 3D games in 32-bit VCQ2 enhanced photo-realistic color. Sit back and let the Marvel G450 eTV deliver all you need to get the maximum from your PC.

Key features:

Full-suite video editing
High-quality DVD and video playback
Web friendly MPEG-2 capture and playback
Matrox DualHead TV Out
S-video and composite video input and output

Timeshifting with picture-in-picture
TV tuner with Personal Video Recorder
Closed captioning (North America)
Teletext browsing (Europe)

Matrox G450 256-bit DualBus graphics chip
32 MB DDR memory
Industry-defining 3D, 2D and DVD image quality
DX7 Environment-Mapped Bump Mapping
32-bit color VCQ˛ rendering
Matrox DualHead gaming

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Comments posted by wi2man from Other, August 17, 2003:
Compatibility: Win95? Win98 Win2K? WinXP? Vista? NT4? MAC? Linux? - Rated: 1 of 10.





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Comments posted by chick from Other, August 15, 2003:
Compatibility: Win95? Win98 Win2K WinXP Vista? NT4? MAC? Linux? - Rated: No rating.





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Comments posted by John Buck from Other, August 14, 2003:
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Comments posted by Eeg from Other, February 21, 2003:
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Comments posted by Silviu Ghinea from Other, September 16, 2002:
Compatibility: Win95? Win98 Win2K? WinXP? Vista? NT4? MAC? Linux? - Rated: 7 of 10.





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Comments posted by MunDMC from Other, January 05, 2002:
Compatibility: Win95? Win98? Win2K? WinXP? Vista? NT4? MAC? Linux? - Rated: 5 of 10.





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Comments posted by Dano from Other, December 21, 2001:
Compatibility: Win95? Win98 Win2K WinXP? Vista? NT4? MAC? Linux? - Rated: 8 of 10.





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Comments posted by Darren Glen from Other, December 13, 2001:
Compatibility: Win95? Win98? Win2K WinXP? Vista? NT4? MAC? Linux? - Rated: 6 of 10.





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Comments posted by Dave from Other, December 08, 2001:
Compatibility: Win95? Win98? Win2K WinXP? Vista? NT4? MAC? Linux? - Rated: 10 of 10.





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Comments posted by Rob Jansen from Other, December 05, 2001:
Compatibility: Win95? Win98? Win2K WinXP? Vista? NT4? MAC? Linux? - Rated: 7 of 10.





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Comments posted by Jo Vandale from Other, November 24, 2001:
Compatibility: Win95? Win98? Win2K WinXP? Vista? NT4? MAC? Linux? - Rated: 8 of 10.





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Comments posted by Peter from Other, August 09, 2001:
Compatibility: Win95? Win98? Win2K WinXP? Vista? NT4? MAC? Linux? - Rated: 6 of 10.





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Comments posted by Christopher Wolf from Other, May 09, 2001:
Compatibility: Win95? Win98? Win2K? WinXP? Vista? NT4? MAC? Linux? - Rated: 8 of 10.




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Feature
What kind of main capture features it supports
Analog VideoIn = Analog composite or/and SVHS video input
Video Card = If it is a Video Card/Graphic Card
Tv Tuner = Built-In TV-Tuner
Digital TV = Built-In Digital TV-Tuner
DV/Firewire = DV/Firewire/i.Link input
DV Converter = Analog composite or/and SVHS video input and converts to DV video
MPEG1 hardware = Capture directly MPEG1(VCD) video using hardware*
MPEG2 hardware = Capture directly MPEG2(SVCD and DVD) video using hardware*
MJPEG hardware = Capture directly to MJPEG using hardware*
MPEG4 hardware = Capture directly to MPEG4(DivX,Xvid) video using hardware*
* = Most capture cards can capture to this format using software but it usually requires a very fast computer, if it supports realtime capturing it uses the capture cards hardware and it doesn't require a very fast computer and you may get better quality but less options/settings than software capturing.

Compatibility
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