X1950 Configuration of Video input


A

andre.fleischer

Hi

I am using a Powercolor X1950 Pro, this card has this VIVO (Video in
video out) feature. I connected my vcr to the card and I installed a
capture software (open video capture).
When i use the normal composite input connector everything works fine.
When connecting the vcr to S-Video input no signal was detected by
capture software. Both inputs are there on the graphics card. S-Video
output works fine of graphics card and of vcr.
I checked the software as well as the drivers and catalyst software for
any configuration item, but nothing was there.
Nothing was mentioned in the provided documentation of the graphics
card

Did anybody has any idea how to change the signal from composite to
s-video?

Kind regards
André
 
Ad

Advertisements

G

Guest

Hi

I am using a Powercolor X1950 Pro, this card has this VIVO (Video in
video out) feature. I connected my vcr to the card and I installed a
capture software (open video capture).
When i use the normal composite input connector everything works fine.
When connecting the vcr to S-Video input no signal was detected by
capture software. Both inputs are there on the graphics card. S-Video
output works fine of graphics card and of vcr.
I checked the software as well as the drivers and catalyst software for
any configuration item, but nothing was there.
Nothing was mentioned in the provided documentation of the graphics
card

Did anybody has any idea how to change the signal from composite to
s-video?

Kind regards
André


All of the applications I have tried - Dscaler, VLC, Windows Media Capture
9, Microsoft Movie Maker all have the option to select either composite or
S-Video. I haven't used Open video Capture so I really cannot help you with
this. I would have a go with one of the above (Dscaler is my favourite for
playing my XBox through) and see if you have any luck.

Glennbo
 
N

NaeSLaS

Go into the ATI TV, and set the input connector to S-Video, then close
TV. It should retain as the default input source for everything else.
 
Ad

Advertisements

A

andre.fleischer

I solved the problem: The video connector cable was defect.
Additionally the S-Video In Signal is only ok when i disconnect the
Composite In-cable.

Thank you for your help
 

Ask a Question

Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question?

You'll need to choose a username for the site, which only take a couple of moments. After that, you can post your question and our members will help you out.

Ask a Question

Top