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Capture Using a Video Card

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by MustelaNigripes, Nov 1, 2007.

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  1. MustelaNigripes

    MustelaNigripes Thread Starter

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    I have a MSI NX6600GT VTD128 video card. It has a HDTV / VIVO connector that came with it. It has a connection on the card that is for said connector and is listed in the manual as being, among other things for Video - In. Actually, the connector has a super-video in and a "comp-in". The later is an RCA jack.

    My original error message was "No capture device found". I got this with all three programs that I tried that was capable of capturing video. Since I was unable to find any proof on my computer that I had a capture card, I searched for drivers for capture devices.

    I did finally come up with a driver for the capture aspect. "2.20_wdm-vivo.exe" After installing this, I no-longer got the "No capture device found" messages. Now I get "The device is busy, please close any other applications using the device and retry." I am unable to find anything else that could be using it. I have rebooted (amazing how many times that can actually solve a problem), and still I get the same error.

    Venturing a guess, I am wondering if the card may be used as video in OR video out (i.e. my monitor), but not both at the same time.

    Does anyone have any suggestions on getting it to work? I did a good bit of searching on-line and everything I found was other people asking how to get it working also. (Not just my card, but others as well.)

    Oh...
    I have installed the latest Nvidia drivers.
    Windows XP Pro.
    2 gigs of ram
    2 x 160 gig drives
    2500+ processor
    MSI NX6600GT VTD128 AGP version
    Asus A7V333 (Which only supports 4xAGP)
     
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