I am looking for a good video capture and TV tuner card that I can use
under Linux on a Pentium II PC. Any recommendations?
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> A card based on the BT848 is about your only option. Several companies make
> them, try hauppage, miro, and STB.
I am planning to buy a new PC. I am a Slackware Linux user.
The point is that I want advice, experiences, suggestions, etc
concerning what AGP video card and PAL-TV tuner with video capture
card should I buy. The best would be a card including everything like
the ALL-IN-WONDER Pro card. But I think this does not support Linux.
I have seen the BTTV page. But I want to make sure of the following
a) I want the AGP video card to be accelerated under Linux
b) I want to be able to have resizable TV windows
c) I want to access teletext
d) I want to be able to capture video sequences
If you can help me in some way in my decision I would be very
grateful and I will put my experience to the service of future
Thank you very much
Departamento de Fisica Teorica
Univ. Autonoma de Madrid