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Hey guys, i was wondering if you know of a stand-alone device that can capture video from a component input?

I am looking to record mass amounts of video from my Gopro, using the live-feed function, because I've had a few "break in's" from my ex and want to catch her in the act.

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The Magnavox MDR513 might be suitable since it has a 320GB HDD for recording. However, it's std def and doesn't have Component (RGB) input, only Composite YWR RCA or S-Video input, in addition to the normal coax. There are devices to convert a Component RGB feed to Composite or S-Video, as described here.

Click the "HDD DVDRs" link in my sig. for lots more info.
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