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However, it's extremely awkward to use... Steve #9 netbull, Dec 7, 2002 tedinde1 Senior member Joined: Sep 22, 2001 Messages: 365 Likes Received: 0 I bought this thing maybe 10 months ago, straight from creative, before shtml [hytekcomputer.com] Re:Get what you pay for (Score:2) by ivan256 ( 17499 ) writes: Actually he got shit, and he payed alot too. 60gb HDD + Creative PVR sounds like more http://www.video-drivers.com/companies/258.htm You can go to this website and do a better research as the hardware and its details are with you. check over here

Ultra for Notebooks Beta Driver Creative WebCam Live! The gray and shadow-blue Video Blaster looks sleek and elegant, even with a swarm of cables attached to it. The DVCR also has the ability to pause live tv, etc... The software uses a menu interface similar to the remote interface in WindowsXP Media Center Edition. https://news.slashdot.org/story/02/04/19/1746239/review-creative-labs-video-blaster---digital-vcr

Re:Asus Digital VCR (Score:2) by Graspee_Leemoor ( 302316 ) writes: Not true, Anonymous Coward! On the other hand, it offers MPEG-2 video capture, while the DVC does not. Enjoy stunning video and audio performance in TV shows on your PC courtesy of the onboard hardware MPEG-2 recording engine.

The requirements on the machine are borderline, but it works fine. Conversation powered by Livefyre CNET © CBS Interactive Inc.  /  All Rights Reserved. Share twitter facebook linkedin Snapstream (Score:5, Informative) by ArticulateArne ( 139558 ) writes: on Friday April 19, 2002 @03:43PM (#3375472) I've said it before, I'll say it again: Snapstream [snapstream.com] rocks. The Video Blaster Moviemaker's biggest advantage is its ability to create MPEG-2 video.

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? now you need to slap PicoGUI on there with some custom software (write it in perl!) and you have what you desire. I can't find any avis it leaves around as an intermediary step, and the mpeg file saves and is there instantaneously when I stop recording. I get local channels off of cable, and where the TiVO has an input and a tuner for cable/antenna broadcasts, and can record just as easily from my buddy's DirecTV unit

Of course the upgraded TiVO beats it hands down on storage, but truthfully, I never seem to fill up more than about 15-20 hours anyway. I primarily wanted the card so I could capture my tape collection of Enterprise episodes to MPEG-2, so I could burn VCDs for my DVD player. Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:Doesnt the ATI AIW do this? (Score:3, Funny) by stoolpigeon ( 454276 ) writes: No kidding. Not to mention that you're replacing 3-5 separate components with one, and that one is more configurable and expandable than the original components were.

Certainly, the PVR 501 was a pretty good deal, but looking back, and comparing with TiVO, I believe if I had to choose again, I would go with TiVO. Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Description of my setup at home... (Score:2) by NanoGator ( 522640 ) writes: Hey dudes, I mentioned I'd describe my pvr setup at home, here's a People have been doing this for years. Video by: Ed Finding and deleting duplicate (picture) files can be a time consuming task.

It't not as slick and fast and easy as a componant-level TiVo, but just as a feature written on a side of a box of a 3d card I don't think check my blog In regards to the comment from Pir84free, do you know the name of the software suite that should come with it? It has a hardware MPEG-2 encoder with many settings for quality from 2mb/sec to the ridiculously high 12mb/sec with the option of constant or variable bitrate. Don't worry, it's pretty open.

Oh, yeah, it's Windows software, so <asbsetos on> 95% of you should be able to use it.</asbestos> It's great software. The device is compatible with Windows 98, Me, and 2000; however, Mac users are out of luck. Help others & share knowledge Earn cash & points Learn & ask questions Join The Community 6 3 2 +1 4 Participants ChrisEbbels(6 comments) jvuz(3 comments) LVL 21 Desktops3 Arjun1(2 comments) this content I ended up putting the SbLive in my XP mp3/web browser box (all it had was on board audio...

The product in almost the same category (almost because it's also a video card) is the ATI Radeon 7500 All-In-Wonder card. If you're watching TV in the background, leaving this feature on can make a noticeable dent in performance. The software that ships with the Hauppauge is, well, shitty.

I've been very interested in "Digital VCR" lately because I could save my favorite shows.

Creative Labs is showing that they want to put out consumer level products. 3DLabs was already creeping into the consumer market, however this should speed things up. First, you have to manually turn the feature on which drains a LOT more resources. John _______________________________________________ mythtv-dev mailing list [email protected] http://www.snowman.net/mailman/listinfo/mythtv-dev Re: Creative Video Blaster [ In reply to ] mproctor at surfcity Nov30,2002,12:44PM Post #5 of 7 (2153 views) Permalink Chris Liscio wrote: >>Has anyone found To the former I say - if you can build it for cheaper, do it.

I've been using it for about six months now, and it's a wonderful piece of software. Cam Video IM Pro VF0415 Live! the digital vcr software plain sucks. http://nndesk.com/creative-labs/creative-labs-sound-blaster-live-5-1-digital-dell-driver.html Digital VCR froze.

Stay logged in Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. the digital vcr software plain sucks." I disagree! All-in-all, good hardware, software needs a _lot_ of work. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Customers viewing this page may be interested in these sponsored links (What's this?) Ad feedback Customer Questions & Answers See

I've since bought a TiVo, and it is night-and-day. The Video Blaster MovieMaker doesn't offer as many output options as the Dazzle Digital Video Creator. Re:Do you watch TV on your Computer? (Score:2, Informative) by DustMagnet ( 453493 ) writes: I looked at building my own DVR, but nothing comes close to TiVo and ReplayTV. If that's the only reason, get a Replay 4K.

Output to the TV is via S-VHS from an old GeForce 1 card that has TV-out built in. Video Blaster Digital VCR Used & new (4) from $19.99 & FREE shipping on orders over $25.00. There's a big gap in user friendliness, ease of setup (and that's considering how intricate a lot of high-end AV gear is to setup too), and stability. Details Sold by Cherokee Books and Fulfilled by Amazon.

Initially I wanted to use the MPEG decoder card from my DVD kit for output but after testing, the output from the geforce is so close in quality I just use