- Full TV function CATV/VHF/UHF
- Full-channel Auto-Scan Function
- Support Composite video (RCA) and S-video Input connector.
- Audio Capture & A/V Sync. Function.
- High resolution: NTSC 704x480 or PAL 704x576
- 30 frames per second.
- Capture Bit Stream via USB 2.0/ USB1.1.
- Saturation/Contrast/Hue/Brightness Adjustment.
- Blue Screen Protection Function. (If no signal input)
- Bandwidth Adaptive Automatically Control.
- Capture and Record as Standard Format (ex: AVI, MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4).
- Time-shifting / Pause
- Professional Snap Shot Function
- Electric Program Guide (EPG).
- TV/Video Scheduled Recording Function.
- I/R remote control
- FM function (optional)
Hi. Darmie here. Been a while since I've been on the boards, I have a cheap TV card going to usb that I found on ebay for like 20 bucks. I'm running a 20db gain antenna but the signal sucks! I'm hoping that I just have a cheap card. I'm wondering how well this card you mention can receive channels while driving? I'm ready to watch some tv!!
I'm using this tuner. Got it refurbished at Newegg for $30. It's not bad, but not great. I'm using my Radio antenna and the reception is good if you’re within 30 miles of the transmission towers. Picture quality is on par with most of these types of tuners. There is however a slight delay and the picture is chopper in full screen mode. It might be my crappy video card.
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I have a different version of that, and since I needed it for capture for burning DVDs, it wasn't a great solution for me. It worked okay for capturing for VCDs, but I could never get the audio and video to sync, so I had to transcode each capture.
It worked okay for watching TV from both a satellite receiver and from a set of rabbit ears, and it also did an okay job for pausing and rewinding live TV, but in the end it ended up back in the box. The software is pretty craptacular, other apps that you can use don't see this device. I still take it to work from time to time and use it, but not very often.
My needs might be different than yours, but USB didn't cut it for me, I went with a Hauppauge 250 for capture, and an MSIE [email protected] for time shifting and watching TV and listening to FM on the computer. Both are PCI and full sized, so probably not helpful for your use.