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    EASYCAP as capture for rear-view cam

    Hey

    I bought rear view cam and my I want to wire it to my PC so I can watch it thru Road Runner and I am looking to buy this http://images.google.com/imgres?imgu...3Doff%26sa%3DN
    SO I was wondering any1 know about this EASYCAP and will it work and capture video into the RR cam?

    THanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ukraini9mofo View Post
    Hey

    I bought rear view cam and my I want to wire it to my PC so I can watch it thru Road Runner and I am looking to buy this http://images.google.com/imgres?imgu...3Doff%26sa%3DN
    SO I was wondering any1 know about this EASYCAP and will it work and capture video into the RR cam?

    THanks
    I have used that device with RRCam and with Capture!
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    whats "Capture"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ukraini9mofo View Post
    whats "Capture"?
    It is a web cam recording tool created by a user here.

    It is here
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    is there any way to use it without recording.. just streaming or no

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    bump

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    I use the EasyCap with my bulletcam. No problems here, although sometimes it doesn't resume properly after a few hibernates.

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    is bulletcam a software or type of cam ?

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badgerboy View Post
    I use the EasyCap with my bulletcam. No problems here, although sometimes it doesn't resume properly after a few hibernates.
    How does it affect CPU usage, if you don't mind me asking. I hear USB capture devices can take 20% or so on their own, and I'd like to know before purchasing.

    Thanks!

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    "Bulletcam" to me is a type of camera. The ones shaped like cylinders, usually have wide angles, easy to clean. Not big sphere things that most webcams are.
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