Matrox Rainbow Runner - VideoHelp Capture Card

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Matrox Rainbow Runner Analog VideoIn
MJPEG hardware
Win95 Win98 Win2K WinXP
Vista? NT4 MAC Linux
*based on user reports.
PCI $20 7.8/10
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Description (from the manufacturer site)
Making your own home or corporate videos on the PC has never been so easy. Matrox Rainbow Runner Studio lets you capture and edit high quality movies with full resolution Motion JPEG (MJPEG) technology. Just capture video from your camcorder, edit in Hollywood style special effects, and then save your masterpiece to videotape or send it over the Net.

Features

- Full resolution video editing, capture and playback with hardware MJPEG compression.
- Video conferencing with support for dual video windows.
- PC to TV display output with advanced flicker reduction.
- Playback from Cut-List feature saves editing time and hard disk space.
- Special preview window eliminates the need for separate TV monitors.
- Full motion hardware MPEG1 video playback.

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Comments posted by Darren from Other, December 03, 2002:
Compatibility: Win95 Win98 Win2K? WinXP? Vista? NT4? MAC? Linux? - Rated: 10 of 10.





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Comments posted by Heintzman from Other, March 13, 2002:
Compatibility: Win95? Win98 Win2K WinXP Vista? NT4 MAC? Linux? - Rated: 8 of 10.





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Comments posted by Scott Turner from Other, March 12, 2002:
Compatibility: Win95? Win98 Win2K WinXP Vista? NT4 MAC? Linux? - Rated: 8 of 10.





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Comments posted by Michael from Other, December 31, 2001:
Compatibility: Win95? Win98 Win2K? WinXP? Vista? NT4? MAC? Linux? - Rated: 8 of 10.





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Comments posted by Craig from Other, November 30, 2001:
Compatibility: Win95? Win98 Win2K? WinXP? Vista? NT4? MAC? Linux? - Rated: 6 of 10.





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Comments posted by Pat from Other, September 23, 2001:
Compatibility: Win95 Win98 Win2K WinXP? Vista? NT4 MAC Linux - Rated: 10 of 10.





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Comments posted by Lord Squeak from Other, August 28, 2001:
Compatibility: Win95 Win98 Win2K? WinXP? Vista? NT4? MAC? Linux? - Rated: 9 of 10.





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Comments posted by Greg from Other, July 22, 2001:
Compatibility: Win95? Win98 Win2K WinXP? Vista? NT4? MAC? Linux? - Rated: 1 of 10.





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Comments posted by Bill Bongle from Other, July 16, 2001:
Compatibility: Win95? Win98 Win2K? WinXP? Vista? NT4? MAC? Linux? - Rated: 8 of 10.





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Comments posted by Mrhide from Other, April 11, 2001:
Compatibility: Win95 Win98 Win2K WinXP? Vista? NT4 MAC Linux - Rated: 10 of 10.





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Comments posted by Mrhide from Other, April 11, 2001:
Compatibility: Win95 Win98 Win2K? WinXP? Vista? NT4 MAC Linux? - Rated: 8 of 10.





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Comments posted by Anthony Sinn from Other, March 22, 2001:
Compatibility: Win95? Win98 Win2K? WinXP? Vista? NT4? MAC? Linux? - Rated: 6 of 10.





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Comments posted by Jeremy Owens from Other, March 22, 2001:
Compatibility: Win95 Win98 Win2K WinXP? Vista? NT4? MAC? Linux? - Rated: 9 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
What Operating System our users have reported that it works on, Win95=Works Win95=Does not work Win95?=Not tested This is user based.

Cnx = Connection
What type of connection the capture device has to the computer, PCI, AGP, USB1/1.1/2, DV or PCMCIA.

Price
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Rating

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