Connect video player to graphics card

  mkl 20:47 14 Jan 2003
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  mkl 20:47 14 Jan 2003

Need help on how to connect my vcr to graphics card

  graham 20:49 14 Jan 2003

Me too.

  Elrond 20:50 14 Jan 2003

Has your graphics card got an input to it? To get an answer to this question you will need to tell people what graphics card you have

  mkl 20:55 14 Jan 2003

Graphics card is INNO3D KYRO 2 4500 with tv out

  hgrock 21:09 14 Jan 2003

mkl
i don't knpw your card but i know all in wounder pro 128 has all you need if you can find one

  DieSse 22:55 14 Jan 2003

You can only connect to record from your card, if you only have a video out socket.

Don't forget you will also need to pick up the sound from your sound card.

If the video out socket on you card is composite video (a single phono, or RCA plug) - then it can connect into a standard SCART socket on the VCR.

If the video out socket is s-vhs - then you need to have s-vhs input facility on your VCR in order to get a stable/coloured picture.

Then you need whatever set of cables fit your particular set of plugs/sockets - these normally come with the video card, but can be obtained from many electronic accessory shops.

You cannot play into the system, as you don't appear to have a video in socket.

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