Is there an easy way to identify and capture a clip from a live TV broadcast (say, the State of the Union) and then post the video to YouTube or another source online? [more inside]
posted by Unsomnambulist
on Feb 21, 2014 -
How do point-and-shoot cameras, laptop cams, webcams, and phone cameras compare in terms of video capture and streaming capabilities? [more inside]
posted by lpctstr;
on Aug 8, 2012 -
I'm currently using this USB capture device
. The sound (regardless of the source, it seems) is always tinny and weak... maybe 1/3 the volume it should be. Would putting a preamp in between the source and the card improve things? Am I resigned to mixing sound in after the fact? [more inside]
posted by codacorolla
on Jun 18, 2010 -
I want to record from a VCR. What is the best Video Capture card for a PC? Specifications inside. [more inside]
posted by codacorolla
on May 25, 2010 -
I would like to capture/download streaming videos and be able to burn them to DVD. The only problem: they are on secure-access educational databases that I can only get through my University's library website. The two databases are Theatre in Video and Films on Demand. Films on Demand has 3 players: Windows Media, Quicktime, and Flash, while Theatre in Video uses a Flash player. Any way to do this? No nefarious or profit-motivated reasons; it is just far more convenient for me to have either files on my computer or on a DVD to watch for my research.
posted by Saxon Kane
on Aug 21, 2009 -
I need to capture full-size/framerate DV + audio from a firewire source on OS X. That's the easy part. Controlling it from a script is the hard part. If this were Linux I'd use ffmpeg, but it isn't... [more inside]
posted by Alterscape
on Sep 5, 2007 -
I'm looking for a cheap device to import VHS video onto my MacBook. I've looked at the Canopus ADVC55
but it seems like overkill for what I need - I just want to turn my old home movies into DVDs.
posted by Dag Maggot
on Apr 26, 2007 -
I've got to take some short sequences of gameplay off of the outputs of a gamecube, an old nintendo, and a SuperNES, and produce a CD with the video on it. Since all of the machines have RCA out, it seems pretty straight forward, right? What equipment will I need, and are there any pitfalls I should be aware of?
posted by crunchland
on Apr 26, 2004 -
I've accidentally found myself in possession of a Pinnacle Blue Box for capturing video and am wondering where I could find a card with the 26 pin connector required to hook it up?
posted by drezdn
on Apr 5, 2004 -