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07-31-2018, 04:49 PM
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Hey everybody.
Just a quick question. As my only legacy PC that didnt get thrown out by my parents is a device with PCI-Express I was thinking about getting this specific ATI AIW 2006 PCI-E used:
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First question, is this a complete set?
And second one, is this AIW card worth buying or should I just go with one of the more up to date AIW alternatives listed in the sticky thread? I basically just want to do lossless 8mm tape AVI recording with VirtualDub with it.THX in advance


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Seems fine. I'm not a big PCIe fan, but mostly due to the MPEG capturing aspect. If just lossless, you're fine. Just remember that XP is required. I tried to get a working 2006 PCIe at least twice over the years, but always ran into duds. I'm actually curious if it acts more like the 9800 AGP or the x600-1900 PCIe. I'd be interested in seeing test captures.

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if the negotiations work out like I hope and i get the card I will do that for sure!

I will be working with a CCD-TR810E PAL camcorder (with s-video and probably some tbc functionality) and a Panasonic DMR-ES15 as a pass-through tbc alternative. I am not sure if this not really professional setup will be good enogh for test videos that will make you happy though
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Seems fine. I'm not a big PCIe fan, but mostly due to the MPEG capturing aspect. If just lossless, you're fine. Just remember that XP is required. I tried to get a working 2006 PCIe at least twice over the years, but always ran into duds. I'm actually curious if it acts more like the 9800 AGP or the x600-1900 PCIe. I'd be interested in seeing test captures.
Here are a couple of captures which I made with my ATI X1800 AIW system last week. Source material was a commercially prerecorded copy of The Return of Jafar from 1994 (Disney previews) and a Time/Life video of "Angels: The Mysterious Messengers" from the same general time frame. Workflow was a JVC SR-VS30 >> TBC-4000 >> X1800 AIW/Xonar DGX (sound) installed in a homebrew system built around an ASUS P5QPL-AM motherboard and 4GB RAM running Windows XP. Captured lossless with VirtualDub 1.9, HuffyUV codec.


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File Type: avi ReturnOfJafar.clipa2.20180725.avi (76.74 MB, 4 downloads)
File Type: avi ReturnOfJafar.clipa3.20180725.avi (89.19 MB, 2 downloads)
File Type: avi ReturnOfJafar.clipa4.20180725.avi (79.83 MB, 4 downloads)
File Type: avi Angels Mysterious Messengers.clip.20180725.avi (95.12 MB, 7 downloads)
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