need help wid S-video...

By Cyber
Feb 11, 2006
  1. Hi guys....

    I have a tv tuner card... it has S-video nd all the other stuff... i was wondering if i can display my computer on my tv through the s-video....
    Card Specis....


    Compro VideoMate TV PVR, featuring with Compro Picture Purifying Technology and Philips 9-bit ADC chipset, provides superior picture quality than ever.

    Actually VideoMate TV PVR is a total digital solution for brining TV images onto your PC monitor. With state-of-the-art ComproPVR programs, VideoMate TV PVR gives you more benefits: not only watch TV, but also record/scheduled record live shows, timeshift, and transfer your VHS tapes into digital formats. (MPEG-1/MPEG-2/BMP/VCD/SVCD/DVD).

    With the special designed IR remote control, VideoMate TV PVR enables users to do thumbnail channel surfing, single button recording, and timeshift live TV shows.

    Guaranteed superior picture quality, customer friendly interface, various recording formats, VideoMate TV PVR lets you enjoy all the benefits that regular TV sets can provide.

    Key Features:
    -Watch all available channels, up to 158 channels
    -Record/Scheduled record
    -IR remote control
    -All-in-one CD installer
    -Fine tune picture quality on PCs
    -Support timeshifting
    -De-interlacing, video smoothing, noise reduction supported, provide superior live show quality
    -Re-scale TV screen (16:9 and 4:3)
    -Channel surfing
    -Enlarge specific area on screen
    -Video capture/record/edit format:MPEG-1/MPEG-2/BMP/VCD/SVCD/DVD

    Recording Resolutions:
    720x480(full D1), 640x480, 640x288, 640x240, 352x480 (Half D1), 352x288, 352x240 (SIF), 320x240, 240x180, 240x176, 176x144, 160x120

    Video Bitrates: 0.2M~10Mbit/second

    Audio: Mono with 224Kbps bitrate
    A/V Connectors:
    -1 Composite (RCA) in
    -1 S-Video in
    -Stereo in/out
    -Antenna / Cable signal input

    OS support:
    -Windows XP
    -Windows 2000
    -Windows Me
    -Windows 98SE

    System Requirements:

    -400 MHz for TV viewing
    -866 MHz for rrecording and timeshifting
    -1.7 GHz for DVD-quality recording

    -128MB memory
    -10MB free hard disk space
    -Audio card with Line-In connector
    -Video card with overlay supported
    -Available PCI slot
    -CD-ROM (for software installation)
    -MS Windows XP/2000/Me/98SE
    -Updated motherboard chipset drivers
  2. Nodsu

    Nodsu TS Rookie Posts: 5,837   +6

    That is S-Video input there. No, you cannot output anything through that.
  3. Cyber

    Cyber TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 29

    oh... dam... kk thx...
  4. Cyber

    Cyber TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 29

    iz it possible to get an s-video output adapter.... but i dun want to change my graphic card...
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