Turtle Beach Video Advantage PCIrobgs - September 13, 2007
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Finally, in the “Video” tab, we can choose the input method for our video. Depending on the type of interface on your camera, the selections will vary. For me, I have chosen the “Composite” input selection. And of course, select the video recording standard for your region.
The next file tab, labelled “Audio”, is where you can select the audio properties for the video. In the “Audio Capture Device” pull down menu, select the device that you want to use to capture your sound for your movie. Then you can select the format for the audio depending on the quality of sound you want. The higher the quality the more room it will take up in your movie. Then you can select your recording source from the drop down menu.
In the final tab “Options”, you will find many other additional settings and options that will affect your recorded video. Some of the options here are self explanatory, but others are much more involved and require some amount of experimentation to find the perfect mix.
Next, we’ll put the Video Advantage PCI to use and capture some of the old Hi8 tapes that I want to convert.