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Turtle Beach Video Advantage PCI - Turtle Beach Video Advantage PCI
Mon, September 17 2007 | 3:59PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"To begin with, I will transfer some video from an older Hi8 video camera that uses the composite cable outputs. So the first thing to do, is to connect the sound and video output of my video camera to the composite sound and video input of the Video Advantage PCI. Other than setting the directory to save my video, I have used the default settings for all the selections to get a good baseline for how the software works. I will tweak the settings as necessary. I would suggest you leave the video settings near the highest settings to get the best possible quality. Be forewarned however, that the best quality will also take up the most room on your hard drive and the steepest hardware requirements."
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