Video capture card recommendations?

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Does anyone know of a good video capture card in the sub-$100(preferably
sub-$50)? I'm looking for one that has composite video in/out, stereo sound
in/out, capture at at least 640x480, and preferably linux-compatible.

Thanks

Ian
 
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On Wed, 31 Mar 2004 07:54:06 -0800, "Ian Gowen"
<gbtmud2NOSPAM@hotmail.NOSPAM.com> wrote:

>Does anyone know of a good video capture card in the sub-$100(preferably
>sub-$50)? I'm looking for one that has composite video in/out, stereo sound
>in/out, capture at at least 640x480, and preferably linux-compatible.

A good place to ask this would be rec.video.desktop.


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"Ian Gowen" <gbtmud2NOSPAM@hotmail.NOSPAM.com> wrote in
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> Does anyone know of a good video capture card in the
> sub-$100(preferably sub-$50)? I'm looking for one that has composite
> video in/out, stereo sound in/out, capture at at least 640x480, and
> preferably linux-compatible.
>
> Thanks
>
> Ian
>
>
>

what do you need to capture video for?
 
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"John Cho" <johncho@johncho.us> wrote in message
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> what do you need to capture video for?

Home movies, from VHS tape.
 
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there is one for 30 bucks
http://pcworld.pricegrabber.com/search_attrib.php/page_id=336/ut=
042e541df91073ae


> Does anyone know of a good video capture card in the
> sub-$100(preferably sub-$50)? I'm looking for one that has composite
> video in/out, stereo sound in/out, capture at at least 640x480, and
> preferably linux-compatible.
>
> Thanks
>
> Ian
>
>