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Thread: DVB-t and analog TV in your car

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    DVB-t and analog TV in your car

    i'm thinking of adding TV option to my carpc. is this car OK for RR?

    http://www.avermedia.com/cgi-bin/pro...PCI.asp?show=2

    or how RR is talking with tv cards?

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    Basically any TV Card that works with non-porprietary software (i.e. VirtuaDub, etc), should work in RR .. there's a whole FAQ on the subject. That card should be ok for TV, but you have to check Radiator's site about the FM support..

    EDIT: Have you looked at the requirements for that card ? 2.4Ghz -- are you kidding me ? I could probably get 2 cheap *** ATI capture cards and Encode 2 Mpeg4 videos at the same time on a 2.4 Ghz machine..
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    2,4 GHZ is needed when capturing to mpeg4. i have 1,3 mobile CPU i don't know what will be the equivalent in desktop CPU's.

    and i haven't tought about capturing TV broadcasts at my car.....

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