Which of my 3 video capture devices will work best with my PC?
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Greetings all... I'm interested in doing video transfer from VCR to PC and want to know which of the 3 capture devices I have has the best chance of working with my setup? I have 3 different symptoms happening with each. My PC setup: Ubuntu Karmic 9.10/2.6.31-20 generic Socket 754 AMD Sempron 3000+ with passive cooling (non AMD64) Biostar MB with Nforce3 250Gb chipset NV31 GPU (Geforce FX5600 Ultra 128MB) using Nvidia 196 driver 1GB PC3200 DDR RAM 34GB SCSI coupled to a Adaptec 19160 card Soundblaster Audigy dvd+-R floppy etc etc. The devices in question: USB: Dazzle Digital Photo Maker, using a USBvision driver recognized as a Global Village GV-7000) --This one recognizes and I can display video but if I try to record in either xawtv or Kdenlive the program crashes. PCI: Hauppauge WinTV model 38101 --When installed it shows /dev/video0 when I do an ls, but I don't get a signal with either composite or coax input. I tried following steps from this link http://howtoubuntu.org/?p=20 but it didn't change a thing... PCI: Aurora Systems Fuse previously used on a Mac --This card picks up the ZR36067 driver, but it's saying it can't initialize the i2c bus. Thus, no /dev/video* shows Let me know which I should focus on and then I'll show the query dumps. Any help on this would be greatly appreciated. ~Serge -- video4linux-list mailing list Unsubscribe mailto:video4linux-list-request@xxxxxxxxxx?subject=unsubscribe https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/video4linux-list
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