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Hey All,

I have been given the job of transferring the video recordings from an old Digital Video Camera which takes tapes!!

I do have the cameras AV Cable which allows it to be plugged into a TV, via the yellow and white / red cables, but i am wondering how i can use this cable to capture the video on my computer? Is there some usb device that does this or am i going to need a pci card?

I know absolutely nothing about video / audio and am out of my depth here :p i just hope i can find a solution so i dont let the client down,

Thanks in advance for any help :) xx

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I was thinking of using one of these - http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=271032378501

But for that price... i am skeptical

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get a haupauge video capture card and then you can use [url="https://secure.avangate.com/order/product.php?PRODS=604132&QTY=1&AFFILIATE=43459"]AVS4YOU[/url] software that's cheap to do it. They're running a big sale right now on it too... (My link gets you a discount)

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Thanks for that, sorry to be a pain in and ass but could you link me to a capture card you would recommend? It would need to be PCI-E

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Why don't you just order the one you found for that price and see how it works.. You might be surprise and save a few bucks, if works like crap - then your out what the cost of a beer ;)

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Very true, i think it will order that usb :)

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