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If I recorded on one computer, could I then move the card and recorded files onto a new computer for playback?
Yes you can. You have to copy the complete "clips" folder to the new PC hard drive.



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That's cool.


One more question: What are the CPU requirements?

The accessdtv page shows a couple of differing numbers.

Specifically, what is needed to record and timeshift?


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Also, I've heard that the accessDTV card co-exists nicely with a brooktree capture card. Is it possible to get a window from each card at the same time (PIP/POP)??
 

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I have seen this question asked many times, I've even asked a similar question. However, I dont think anyone was successful doing this.


Ultimately, it would be nice to have a generic DTV compatible capture card which is fully functional while accessDTV is "working" on the same machine.




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