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Discussion in 'Computers' started by Phil L, Jan 28, 2005.
Title says it all.
Hello They do make some that are, Just to get an idea go to Ebay and do a search for what you are looking for. They have all kinds of cards that will fit your needs. Then when you find one that fits your needs buy it, or go and buy a new one.
Did you want to record the component video input, or were you merely hoping to use your PC as a video scalar?
Record the input. My PVR only outputs through component (not much choice, only HD PVR the cable company offers) and I'd like to archive some things on it. I've found a couple HD ATSC cards tuner cards that output component but none that have it for input.
And your PVR doesn't have firewire... Well, good luck, then.
Only consumer cards that have component in only accept a 480i signal. Even then I'm not sure they let you record from it, their primary use is for scaling. Here's two popular ones: Holograph3D PDI Deluxe
Yep, don't think there is any component input HD cards, just ATSC tuners. I think the bandwidth would be really high for trying to capture analog HD (the reason ATSC or Firewire/SDI cards work is because they are taking in an already digitized MPG stream). To be honest the analog HD capture hardware for professionals is still even ungodly expensive.
Nope. It can come with it but TWC NYC had them made without it available and won't enable the USB port. Not even the S-Video output