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post #1 of 3 Old 12-23-2009, 04:37 PM - Thread Starter
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Hey folks,

is there any way to bring the yellow(video) A/V plug output onto a laptops screen? screen has quite high resolution but i maybe dont want to use the whole screen for it.would be nice if i could record that too. The way to bring the AV video to my laptop may be any method ( USB or so or whatever) but the image has to be live. Can anyone please help me with my question?

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There are plenty of Video to USB 'Capture Cards' on the market. Most of them have a bit (up to a second or so) of delay, however. Fine for watching videos, but useless for gaming. Hauppage is my favorite brand.
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Originally Posted by olyteddy View Post

There are plenty of Video to USB 'Capture Cards' on the market. Most of them have a bit (up to a second or so) of delay, however. Fine for watching videos, but useless for gaming. Hauppage is my favorite brand.

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it may be able to solve my problem. Not gonna use it for gaming, but for RC fpv flying. gotta check it out on youtube. Controlling my radio controlled airplane through a screen or goggles wich use video received by a ground receiver , and sent from a tiny transmitter on the plane So it will be fine , but landing would have to be done visually
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