Capturing Composite Video on Windows 10 (with a 17 year old capture card) – Is It Possible? a technology use for video capturing

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30 comments

CreaZyp! 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

I'm sure ffmpeg can do something, maybe not (it might be a non-standard protocol) but yeah… ffmpeg can do everything

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Kamil 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

I got my ancient easycap to work with Windows 10 x64, just took a while to track down the driver. I took mine apart and looked for the drivers for the chipset itself, and that worked for me.

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chucku00 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

VbVidCap and proper AV codecs (MJPEG for slow computers or H264 for more powerful ones) are the most efficient way to capture composite video with old USB2 or PCI video capture devices with Win XP.

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hacker360pc 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

That driver issue might be able to be resolved by disabling driver signature enforcement then re running the executable drivers usually run with kernel level privileges so windows is really picky about what drivers I will and won’t let you install

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MLP Podcast Channel 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

you could try running it in a vlc window, although I may be a little late with this comment

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Thewaterspirit57 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

Aren’t dazzle capture cards like, the worst AV capture card??
I remember one channel made comments about how bad it is back when they did use them more regularly.

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Wii Player 100 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

Where was you Video Last Video dislike

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Doriphor 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

It's a bit late but did you try extracting the Windows 7 32-bit drivers with Universal Extractor 2 (and then 7zip) and installing them manually in Windows 10 (just because the installer isn't compatible doesn't necessarily mean that the drivers aren't)? I'm kinda curious about the max quality you could get out of this device with modern software 🙂

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Tyler 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

i know it's a bit late for this but i could have sworn there was a 3rd Windows Vista/7 driver column beside the 32-bit one. >_>

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BeerAndWarcraft 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

All the problems started when you ran QuickTime on Windows

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Nitroxity 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

Honestly? Just get a RetroTink5X and use an HD capture card.

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Scratch And More 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

21:44: How can Windows close its shell?

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kerb 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

Make a adapter: VGA-Wii Video Output

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minecraft Bug20 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

Get a wii 2 hdmi

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sillydemon 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

there was a 64 bit version to fyi

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E4est 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

If you're interested in exploring the idea any further, there is something else you could try.
I own an old Pinnacle AV/DV2 capture card, that is plugged into PCI. (I didn't forget to say Express, I mean PCI.)
It came even with Pinnacle Studio 8 and a so-called BlueBox for AV inputs. I got it running on Windows 10 by installing the 32-bit edition.
It's really not that those old drivers don't work on Windows 10, they don't work on 64-bit OSes.
If you tinker around a bit, you should even be able to use it with OBS.

I just wish there was a way to pass through the PCI device to a VM, because currently I need to dual-boot.

Btw, which VM were you using in the video?

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TechTriggr 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

What Foodbar 2000 Theme D You Use

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nintendo wifi connection 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

Try using obs

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IZZY_Gamez 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

I have a possible video topic. How do you get your recorded DVDs in the video editor?

I was given a VCR/DVD combo that can burn DVDs and have no idea how to get the video from the disc.

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Vinny the player 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

But i want a free capture software that supports this

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Cy's Junk 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

I recently bought a Dazzle DVD Recorded DVC100.

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Herobrine Brigs 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

well first things first windows xp always saves the day i still use it

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RockInGamerDad 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

Most MSI files, or EXE setup files will create a directory in your temporary files, have that open before you launch the setup and then let the error sit there while you monitor the folder. It should extract all the files to the temporary folder, and you can just grab the drivers that way.

I've unfortunately had to do this multiple times with older technology and it's so far never not worked for me.

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sebee 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

I got a file that will play in your version of QuickTime

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Jib_32 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

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Krystal Doubleday 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

use the Wii2HDMI adapter lol

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Plzjustcallme_Harold 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

just use a capture card

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Adam 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

if you use 7zip or winrar you can unzip those exe files and get the driver files

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Alex 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

Most likely it won't work because Win10 only accepts 64-bit drivers and your driver is made for WinXP 32-bit. Might give it a shot with Win10 32-bit.

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Feieralarm 04/02/2022 - 4:46 Chiều

Now I wonder if Ubuntu would've less issues with the capture card.

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