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I have a Radeon 9200 64Mb with a DVI, S Video, and VGA outputs. I want to do analog video capture through the S Video port but have never gotten ...
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    video capture for radeon 9200


    I have a Radeon 9200 64Mb with a DVI, S Video, and VGA outputs. I want to do analog video capture through the S Video port but have never gotten it to work (both ATI's Multimedia Center and the Gatos drivers says no capture devices found). Does the card even support S Video input? I was thinking maybe a bios update for the Radeon should do the trick. After all, ATI didn't ship its original Rage Pro drivers with OpenGL support.

    Here's the hardware description from lspci:
    0000:01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: ATI Technologies Inc RV280 [Radeon 9200] (rev 01)

    Cheers,
    Yale

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    Radeon 9200 does not support capture, the S-video is output port, not input.

    You should get a TV-card to get it working on your machine, but make sure you have the card with S-Video / Composite input.

    DWX

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