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Media Studio Pro and capture card
on Mar 10, 2005 at 5:17:14 pm

I need some help or any suggestions.

We use DELL Dimension XPS with Ulead's Media Studio Pro 7 and use DVREX M1 to capture video. The DVREX is old (purchased in 1998 or 1999). The ULEAD site says this is not compatitble with the MSP 7. I do notice when we do capture analog video, the output is very "shaky". We like this card because it has 2 DV connections, S Video input and out put, 2 RCA inputs and 1 RCA output.

Is there something similar to this. We paid a few thousand dollars for this video capturing system but it was made for Windows 95 and 98 not meant for XP.

We are looking to update the system. Any suggestions?

below is what we have on our system:

Hardware: Windows XP Professional, Intel Pentium 4 processor at 3.0 GHz with 800 MHz front side bus/HT Technology, Hard drive 1- 80 GB Ultra ATA/100 Hard Drive (7200 RPM), Hard drive 2- 160 GB Ultra ATA/100 Hard Drive (7200 RPM), 1024 MB DDR SDRAM at 400 MHz, 128 MB DDR ATI RADEOM 9800 Pro Graphic Card with TV-Out and DVI 128 PRO, Canopus capture card, Sound Blaster Audigy 2â„¢ sound card with DVD Audio, 8 USB 2.0 ports, 2 IEEE 1394 ports, CD-DVD ROM combo drive, CD-DVD+R/+RW combo burner, internal Zip drive, and a 17 inch monitor.

Application Software: RexVideo (videos capturing), Ulead Media Studio Pro 7.0 (video editing), RexAudio (audio capturing), RexEdit (video editing), Sound Forge Studio (sound editing), Ulead Video Paint ( painting on captured video clips), Ulead CG Infinity (creating unique titles, backgrounds and masks), Ulead Cool3D (creating 3D titles), PhotoShop 7.0 (images editing), Adobe Illustrator 10, Flash MX, Dreamweaver MX, Authorware 6.5, Sorenson Squeeze 3.x, MyDVD (DVD burner), Roxio CD creator (DVD/CD burner), MS PowerPoint, IE browser, Windows media player, Windows media encoder 9.x, RealOne player, QuickTime player, Adobe PDF viewer, and WS_FTP.

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Terry Stetler
Re: Media Studio Pro and capture card
on Apr 6, 2005 at 5:11:50 pm

Capture hardware has come a long way since the day of your old rig.

In my opinion your best bet is to bite the bullet and upgrade to one of the excellent Canopus ADVC devices;

This way you have the ability to perform both DV and analog captures using hardware that works very nicely with MediaStudio Pro.

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