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01-10-2012, 11:48 AM
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I have two alternatives for capturing my 8mm home videos and was wondering which method would yield the best video capture.
1) ATI All-in-wonder
2) Honestech Vidbox via usb Virtualdub HuffyUV
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I would use the ATI All In Wonder card. No contest here.

These are well documented, and known to excel at both AVI capturing and MPEG-2 capturing.

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- Capture AVI with an ATI All-In-Wonder card
- Capture MPEG with an ATI All-In-Wonder card

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