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Old April 29th 09, 03:19 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.music_pictures_video,microsoft.public.windowsxp.video,microsoft.public.windowsmedia,microsoft.public.nl.windowsxp.photovideo
Adam[_3_]
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Default Analog capture card

I have an analog capture card, and am wondering what the optimal specs
(frame rate, resolution) for capturing video would be, both for S-Video and
the Red-White-Yellow cables. Thank you in advance for your help.

- Adam

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Old April 29th 09, 05:45 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.music_pictures_video,microsoft.public.windowsxp.video,microsoft.public.windowsmedia,microsoft.public.nl.windowsxp.photovideo
Curious
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Default Analog capture card

The NTSC standard for S-Video or Yellow composite video in North America is
SD 480i. The Red cable is for right channel audio and the white cable is
for left channel audio.

"Adam" wrote in message
...
I have an analog capture card, and am wondering what the optimal specs
(frame rate, resolution) for capturing video would be, both for S-Video
and the Red-White-Yellow cables. Thank you in advance for your help.

- Adam


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Old April 29th 09, 06:01 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.music_pictures_video,microsoft.public.windowsxp.video,microsoft.public.windowsmedia,microsoft.public.nl.windowsxp.photovideo
Adam[_3_]
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Default Analog capture card

By "SD 480i" I know you mean 640x480; what does "SD" mean?

Thanks.

- Adam

"Curious" wrote in message
...
The NTSC standard for S-Video or Yellow composite video in North America
is SD 480i. The Red cable is for right channel audio and the white cable
is for left channel audio.

"Adam" wrote in message
...
I have an analog capture card, and am wondering what the optimal specs
(frame rate, resolution) for capturing video would be, both for S-Video
and the Red-White-Yellow cables. Thank you in advance for your help.

- Adam



  #4  
Old April 29th 09, 08:41 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.music_pictures_video,microsoft.public.windowsxp.video,microsoft.public.windowsmedia,microsoft.public.nl.windowsxp.photovideo
Curious
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Default Analog capture card

Standard Definition

"Adam" wrote in message
...
By "SD 480i" I know you mean 640x480; what does "SD" mean?

Thanks.

- Adam

"Curious" wrote in message
...
The NTSC standard for S-Video or Yellow composite video in North America
is SD 480i. The Red cable is for right channel audio and the white cable
is for left channel audio.

"Adam" wrote in message
...
I have an analog capture card, and am wondering what the optimal specs
(frame rate, resolution) for capturing video would be, both for S-Video
and the Red-White-Yellow cables. Thank you in advance for your help.

- Adam



  #5  
Old May 1st 09, 08:49 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.music_pictures_video,microsoft.public.windowsxp.video,microsoft.public.windowsmedia,microsoft.public.nl.windowsxp.photovideo
Adam[_3_]
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Default Analog capture card

Another question - I had always thought that S-Video was higher quality than
Yellow composite. But if I understand correctly, you said that the NTSC
standard is the same for both of them...?

"Curious" wrote in message
...
Standard Definition

"Adam" wrote in message
...
By "SD 480i" I know you mean 640x480; what does "SD" mean?

Thanks.

- Adam

"Curious" wrote in message
...
The NTSC standard for S-Video or Yellow composite video in North America
is SD 480i. The Red cable is for right channel audio and the white
cable is for left channel audio.

"Adam" wrote in message
...
I have an analog capture card, and am wondering what the optimal specs
(frame rate, resolution) for capturing video would be, both for S-Video
and the Red-White-Yellow cables. Thank you in advance for your help.

- Adam



  #6  
Old May 1st 09, 09:19 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.music_pictures_video,microsoft.public.windowsxp.video,microsoft.public.windowsmedia,microsoft.public.nl.windowsxp.photovideo
Curious
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Default Analog capture card

Yes, S-video is of higher quality since the color signal is separate from
the B&W video signal, however the NTSC resolution standard for both of them
is the same

"Adam" wrote in message
...
Another question - I had always thought that S-Video was higher quality
than Yellow composite. But if I understand correctly, you said that the
NTSC standard is the same for both of them...?

"Curious" wrote in message
...
Standard Definition

"Adam" wrote in message
...
By "SD 480i" I know you mean 640x480; what does "SD" mean?

Thanks.

- Adam

"Curious" wrote in message
...
The NTSC standard for S-Video or Yellow composite video in North
America is SD 480i. The Red cable is for right channel audio and the
white cable is for left channel audio.

"Adam" wrote in message
...
I have an analog capture card, and am wondering what the optimal specs
(frame rate, resolution) for capturing video would be, both for
S-Video and the Red-White-Yellow cables. Thank you in advance for your
help.

- Adam



  #7  
Old May 2nd 09, 01:38 AM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.music_pictures_video,microsoft.public.windowsxp.video,microsoft.public.windowsmedia,microsoft.public.nl.windowsxp.photovideo
Adam Casada
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Default Analog capture card

So how do I take advantage of the higher quality in S-video?

"Curious" wrote in message
...
Yes, S-video is of higher quality since the color signal is separate from
the B&W video signal, however the NTSC resolution standard for both of
them is the same

"Adam" wrote in message
...
Another question - I had always thought that S-Video was higher quality
than Yellow composite. But if I understand correctly, you said that the
NTSC standard is the same for both of them...?

"Curious" wrote in message
...
Standard Definition

"Adam" wrote in message
...
By "SD 480i" I know you mean 640x480; what does "SD" mean?

Thanks.

- Adam

"Curious" wrote in message
...
The NTSC standard for S-Video or Yellow composite video in North
America is SD 480i. The Red cable is for right channel audio and the
white cable is for left channel audio.

"Adam" wrote in message
...
I have an analog capture card, and am wondering what the optimal
specs (frame rate, resolution) for capturing video would be, both for
S-Video and the Red-White-Yellow cables. Thank you in advance for
your help.

- Adam




  #8  
Old May 2nd 09, 02:20 AM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.music_pictures_video,microsoft.public.windowsxp.video,microsoft.public.windowsmedia,microsoft.public.nl.windowsxp.photovideo
Curious
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Default Analog capture card

If you have a card that will accept S-video or composite then you just send
S-v

"Adam Casada" wrote in message
...
So how do I take advantage of the higher quality in S-video?

"Curious" wrote in message
...
Yes, S-video is of higher quality since the color signal is separate from
the B&W video signal, however the NTSC resolution standard for both of
them is the same

"Adam" wrote in message
...
Another question - I had always thought that S-Video was higher quality
than Yellow composite. But if I understand correctly, you said that the
NTSC standard is the same for both of them...?

"Curious" wrote in message
...
Standard Definition

"Adam" wrote in message
...
By "SD 480i" I know you mean 640x480; what does "SD" mean?

Thanks.

- Adam

"Curious" wrote in message
...
The NTSC standard for S-Video or Yellow composite video in North
America is SD 480i. The Red cable is for right channel audio and the
white cable is for left channel audio.

"Adam" wrote in message
...
I have an analog capture card, and am wondering what the optimal
specs (frame rate, resolution) for capturing video would be, both
for S-Video and the Red-White-Yellow cables. Thank you in advance
for your help.

- Adam




  #9  
Old May 4th 09, 06:18 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.music_pictures_video,microsoft.public.windowsxp.video,microsoft.public.windowsmedia,microsoft.public.nl.windowsxp.photovideo
RalfG[_3_]
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Default Analog capture card

The quality difference is inherent in the connection type. An S-Video
connection introduces less degradation into the video than composite does.
Note that cable length and quality also enter into it. S-Video does not
transmit Audio, so you will still need to connect the two (red-white) audio
cables when you use S-video.

Resolution and picture quality are related but they are two different
characteristics. The one describes the total amount of image data in each
video frame, the other is about the difference in appearance between the
source video and how it ends up looking on-screen (or as a capture file)
using either one of the two different types of cable.


"Adam Casada" wrote in message
...
So how do I take advantage of the higher quality in S-video?

"Curious" wrote in message
...
Yes, S-video is of higher quality since the color signal is separate from
the B&W video signal, however the NTSC resolution standard for both of
them is the same

"Adam" wrote in message
...
Another question - I had always thought that S-Video was higher quality
than Yellow composite. But if I understand correctly, you said that the
NTSC standard is the same for both of them...?

"Curious" wrote in message
...
Standard Definition

"Adam" wrote in message
...
By "SD 480i" I know you mean 640x480; what does "SD" mean?

Thanks.

- Adam

"Curious" wrote in message
...
The NTSC standard for S-Video or Yellow composite video in North
America is SD 480i. The Red cable is for right channel audio and the
white cable is for left channel audio.

"Adam" wrote in message
...
I have an analog capture card, and am wondering what the optimal
specs (frame rate, resolution) for capturing video would be, both
for S-Video and the Red-White-Yellow cables. Thank you in advance
for your help.

- Adam







  #10  
Old May 5th 09, 10:20 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.music_pictures_video,microsoft.public.windowsxp.video,microsoft.public.windowsmedia,microsoft.public.nl.windowsxp.photovideo
Graham Hughes
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Default Analog capture card

To get the best from s-video you also need an s-video original signal from
an s-video player.

--
Graham Hughes
MVP Digital Media


"RalfG" wrote in message
...
The quality difference is inherent in the connection type. An S-Video
connection introduces less degradation into the video than composite does.
Note that cable length and quality also enter into it. S-Video does not
transmit Audio, so you will still need to connect the two (red-white)
audio cables when you use S-video.

Resolution and picture quality are related but they are two different
characteristics. The one describes the total amount of image data in each
video frame, the other is about the difference in appearance between the
source video and how it ends up looking on-screen (or as a capture file)
using either one of the two different types of cable.


"Adam Casada" wrote in message
...
So how do I take advantage of the higher quality in S-video?

"Curious" wrote in message
...
Yes, S-video is of higher quality since the color signal is separate
from the B&W video signal, however the NTSC resolution standard for both
of them is the same

"Adam" wrote in message
...
Another question - I had always thought that S-Video was higher quality
than Yellow composite. But if I understand correctly, you said that the
NTSC standard is the same for both of them...?

"Curious" wrote in message
...
Standard Definition

"Adam" wrote in message
...
By "SD 480i" I know you mean 640x480; what does "SD" mean?

Thanks.

- Adam

"Curious" wrote in message
...
The NTSC standard for S-Video or Yellow composite video in North
America is SD 480i. The Red cable is for right channel audio and
the white cable is for left channel audio.

"Adam" wrote in message
...
I have an analog capture card, and am wondering what the optimal
specs (frame rate, resolution) for capturing video would be, both
for S-Video and the Red-White-Yellow cables. Thank you in advance
for your help.

- Adam









 




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