Video Capture Devices

  • Bart Farkas
  • Jeff Govier

Abstract

An HTPC is, of course, an excellent device for viewing DVDs, maximizing picture quality, and ensuring spectacular sound. These elements are the backbone for HTPC use, but there are other equally impressive uses for the machine that until recently werent an option. You can use HTPCs as digital video recorders (DVRs) to capture video signals from cable, analog, or satellite. In short, you can use the HTPC much like a super-VCR that can capture hundreds of hours of programming without the bother of swapping tapes.

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Burner Titan Convolution Editing 

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© Bart Farkas and Jeff Govier 2003

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  • Bart Farkas
  • Jeff Govier

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