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i have an "old" ATI all in wonder.
when i capture from videoK7(audio/video)
the image seems a little "stroboscopic"( 29,97 and others).

i change my hd to one Maxtor 60Gb 7200rpm but
not try another capture with this new....
i think that can get better results.

any recomemdations to capture?

ps:
athlon 1600+ ,512 ram,soyo mb!

thanks!
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i have an "old" ATI all in wonder.
when i capture from videoK7(audio/video)
the image seems a little "stroboscopic"( 29,97 and others).
Hi jorel,
What program are you using to capture?
Also, if that card has a BT-8x8 chip set, have you installed the BTWincap drivers

-kwag
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Originally Posted by jorel

i have an "old" ATI all in wonder.
when i capture from videoK7(audio/video)
the image seems a little "stroboscopic"( 29,97 and others).
Hi jorel,
What program are you using to capture?
Also, if that card has a BT-8x8 chip set, have you installed the BTWincap drivers

-kwag
hy Kwag,

i use VirtualDub(best) and/or the prog that came with ATI.

"have you installed the BTWincap drivers ?"
don't know about this,where i get this drives?

thank you friend!(helping me ever)
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http://sf.net/projects/btwincap
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http://sf.net/projects/btwincap
thanks Boulder

i get it.

can't see Ati all in wonder in the list:
http://btwincap.sourceforge.net/supportedcards.html

ps:
don't know now if that card has a BT-8x8 chip set,
cos i'm using now an ghost image without install the ATI board.
tomorrow i get another image and see if it works.
i only don't use winxp cos i lost the "tuner program"
and in ATI home don't have suport for XP with my card!


i post a result!

thanks Boulder and Kwag!!!
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02-15-2003, 06:57 PM
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Jorel,

the BTWinCap drivers don't work with the ATI AIW Rage (that's what I have too)

I've read that the official ATI drivers can't capture 480 lines in Windows XP, only 240 lines but there's a way to hack them (I'm not sure about this - I run Indows 98 SE). I think you'd better do a google search on the subject.
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Jorel,

the BTWinCap drivers don't work with the ATI AIW Rage (that's what I have too)

I've read that the official ATI drivers can't capture 480 lines in Windows XP, only 240 lines but there's a way to hack them (I'm not sure about this - I run Indows 98 SE). I think you'd better do a google search on the subject.
hy GFR(from wonderfull city)

thank you for this "news"about ATI.
tell me more please, don't know about "google search"

thank you in advance!

ps:
i lived in Rio when i was 18(long time ago)and feel "saudades"!
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tell me more please, don't know about "google search"
google search
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tell me more please, don't know about "google search"
google search
thanks "ren" (friendalunit)
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oh no,ATI all in wonder(TV Tuner and Video Capture)
are not suported in winxp or 2000!

read:
http://mirror.ati.com/support/produc...e&cmdNext=Next

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[quote="jorel"][quote="kwag"]
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i use VirtualDub(best) and/or the prog that came with ATI.

"have you installed the BTWincap drivers ?"
don't know about this,where i get this drives?

thank you friend!(helping me ever)
Jorel,

Virtualdub is NOT the best capture program by a long shot (in my opionion anyway! ) If you are using Windows 9x then AVI_IO is the best, if you are using Windows 2000 or XP , then VirtualVCR is the best for AVI capture, and WinDVR is the best for mpeg capture. I wasted many hours trying to sort out capturing because i though Virtualdub was the best .

Jim.
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[quote="jamesp"][quote="jorel"]
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i use VirtualDub(best) and/or the prog that came with ATI.

"have you installed the BTWincap drivers ?"
don't know about this,where i get this drives?

thank you friend!(helping me ever)
Jorel,

Virtualdub is NOT the best capture program by a long shot (in my opionion anyway! ) If you are using Windows 9x then AVI_IO is the best, if you are using Windows 2000 or XP , then VirtualVCR is the best for AVI capture, and WinDVR is the best for mpeg capture. I wasted many hours trying to sort out capturing because i though Virtualdub was the best .

Jim.
thanks a lot.
i use "all" systems(image ghost)

just like i post in ATI homesite don't suport my card in winxp or 2000.
with the progs that tou write about,it works?
some progs i have(i think: windvr don't suport my card )

please,where i get all this to test?

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06-17-2003, 09:57 PM
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Thanks for the heads up on WinDVR, its very easy to use and does a good job capturing...no dropped frames on anything I've tried so far.

If I'm capturing a very poor quality VHS, am I best off just capturing straight to VCD? Or could I capture in say 1/2 DVD format and then convert that with TMPGenc somehow so that I could just a few filters and the KVCD settings?

If so, how do I convert an mpeg 2 file with TMPGenc...Is there a program like DVD2AVI that I can use to make the mpegs readable in TMPGenc?

I wanted to try VirtualVCR but it kept crashing on me.
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06-17-2003, 10:25 PM
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Thanks for the heads up on WinDVR, its very easy to use and does a good job capturing...no dropped frames on anything I've tried so far.

If I'm capturing a very poor quality VHS, am I best off just capturing straight to VCD? Or could I capture in say 1/2 DVD format and then convert that with TMPGenc somehow so that I could just a few filters and the KVCD settings?

If so, how do I convert an mpeg 2 file with TMPGenc...Is there a program like DVD2AVI that I can use to make the mpegs readable in TMPGenc?

I wanted to try VirtualVCR but it kept crashing on me.
Hi m0rdant,

I use windvr too with a very cheap and nasty cap card and it does a fantastic job.

You can use dvd2avi to load the mpegs from windvr and if they are segmented I rename the extension to mpv nad then load into dvd2avi (the file open dialog recognises .mpv but if you select all files it will also work). Then proceed as normal and reencode with tmpg.

I capture at high bitrate to get best quality source then use tmpg and prediction to get the desired file size.
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06-18-2003, 07:48 AM
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Thanks Urban-tech I'll give that a try.
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Win2K w/ a modern DirectX and modern ATI drivers absolutely DOES full D1, at least for NTSC. I've been doing it since DX 8.0 and back then was using a K6-III.

Circuit is Brooktree circuit but ATi changed a few things so the generic Brooktree drivers won't work.
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FredThompson,
can you post some links to download the modern ATI drivers?

i have the last directX 9 intalled and need more hints.
of course, i have ati all in wonder and win2k(ghost image)too.

thanks in advance!
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07-02-2003, 02:10 PM
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Here you go Jorel.

http://www.dvdrhelp.com/download/MMC...Tool_Final.rar

http://download.ati.com/drivers/MMC-7-6-noDVD.exe

-Dano
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great!

thank you Dano!
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