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02-17-2013, 11:57 PM
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I now have acquired ATI 600 USB stick (with great difficulty) from the USA. Asked a friend who visited USA to buy it for me from eBay. With my S-VHS deck, I want to capture home videos to Huffyuv (all are in PAL).

As for Huffyuv capture guide with VirtualDub, I searched throughout this site but couldn't find. I saw it was mentioned in several threads that it was 'forthcoming'.

However, I will be following the below guide for capture:

http://www.digitalfaq.com/guides/vid...virtualdub.htm

Could admin or kpmedia or any other knowledgeable person help with any settings that need to be taken care of in Huffyuv configuration box?

I would like to capture in the highest quality possible with YUV (or RGB??) I am not sure. I am not proficient with Avisynth for now, but I plan to acquire the skills sooner so I can do advanced filtering in it. I may also use VirtualDub for some filtering. I am confused with YUV, RGB spaces to capture with as well. Which one is better for the ultimate archival copy?

By the way, my old Toshiba Qosmio G25-AV513 laptop has Windows XP Media Centre Edition 2002 Service Pack 2 or 3 (can't remember exact number). I have downloaded the official driver from the below site for XP:

http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownloa...sb_mce-xp.aspx

I have also downloaded the CMC software that is available on DFAQ site, but I don't plan to use it since this is a PAL capture for AVI. I will just install the official driver, and then use VirtualDub for capture to Huffyuv AVI.

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02-20-2013, 11:32 PM
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That's great. I look forward to it.

It would be great if the guide could cover Windows XP, Windows 7 aspects as well.
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That's great. I look forward to it.
It would be great if the guide could cover Windows XP, Windows 7 aspects as well.
I'm not really sure what XP and 7 aspects you refer to.
The guides are being written now, and I'm doing them. I have several that I'm doing in coming days.

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Hooray!!! Thank you so much. Anxiously waiting!
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I'm not really sure what XP and 7 aspects you refer to
In case there are any difference in settings, DLLs or capturing. I have both the systems.
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VirtualDub is the same on XP, Vista and Windows 7.
Your hardware, however, may vary. But that's really outside the scope of a VirtualDub guide.

It's taking a while, but new guides and downloads are coming soon ... just as soon as we clear out our client queue of videos.

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Ok, I will wait. I plan to capture HuffyUV using VirtualDub with ATI 600 USB.
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