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Old May 19th, 2009, 08:56 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by Andy Loos View Post
Now I do have svideo on my video card, could I use this to go to my betasp deck?
If the S-Video output is on your video CARD, no. It will be a down-resed version of your desktop. If you have an S-Video port on a video IO card (which from your discussion on here it doesn't seem like you do) then yes.

It sounds like you could really use some good first hand advice. Printing to a professional analog broadcast format for tv broadcast is not the same as a firewire transfer to your camcorder for corporate video. I suggest you find someone locally to help you through this. It seems like you're looking for a cheap and easy solution and overlooking some very good advice you've already been given in terms of sourcing an analog IO card to do this right.
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