Originally Posted by TPeterson
There are enough real
reasons for pause over a Fusion purchase without adding phantom ones.
There was nothing
phantom or ficticious about my statement of fact
: The Fusion Lite also has an A/V input, but it is inacessisable because of the back riser bracket. If you remove said bracket, you can attach any appropriate A/V input dongle (such as that from the other Fusion cards, an ATI AIW card ... ) and the inputs will work provided proper software support.
The clear DVICO intent is that the F5 Lite product is not for analog capture.
On the model shipped to North America, I might tend to agree that that may have been their intent. However, that does not in any way diminish the factuality of my statement. As for the Fusion 5 Lite models sold in Korea, the answer is a big fat no
The original poster was confusing that with NTSC capture.
Yes I am aware of that. And, as per usual, you provided a helpful response to the poster's confusion.
You did, however, introduce an inacurrate statement in your reply to the OP. It should be abundently clear that I provided a clarified description of the physical product. It was a statement of fact - nothing more, and nothing less.