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    @mashina: i love this kind of videos ;-) we should make a gallery thread where we can post these together.

    I use divx and set it to about 4'000 kbit. But it never uses the whole bandwith, the videos are always smaller.

    Videosettings for me are 320x240 x 30fps, but i only get about 20-25 fps.

    The mpeg videos from your tvcard do not work for me. in WMP6.4 there is no image, in WMP10 only the first image is showing, but no movie.

    what cam do you use? how did you mount it on the back of your car?

    @Konrad: right.. hmm.. didn't miss that one bevore.. i check if the original demo app has audio-compressor settings in the menu.

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    what cam do you use?
    I use this: http://flajzar.cz/detail.php?zbozi=52&cat=512&open=6
    It is standard camerra with mirrored picture. easy to mount.
    It is connected to cinch to tv/fm card.

    The mpg was captured by original sw, you need other codecs i think.

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    My dream is: 2 cams and 2 mics >>> 2 avi with sounds(outside, inside) and non-stop recording with auto deleting..

    Does anyone know if it is possible? Haw to connect 2 cams and what cpu has enought power to do this?

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    mashina: that is possible already!!

    except the auto-deleting.. But with 10gb free hd space i don't think there is a problem (4-5 hours of continous recording with 2 cams parallel)

    i don't suggest to use "video"-cameras. why don't you use small and cheap webcams? they have quite the same quality and are much eaysier to mound and connect to the pc.

    if you use two different webcams (vimicro and eyetoy for example) and start two different instances of Capture! you can record two videos at a time. i think every processor except the Via C3 ones are capable of recording two streams. (but you should deactivate the live-preview)

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    prefect would a picture in picture capture be possible at any point in time?
    or splitscreen or quad screen like some of the webcam software ive seen?
    btw i cant wait to get my eyetoy cam
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    @lostreception: hmm i don't think so... the capture-dll i use is limited to one device right now.

    i don't think that it is possible to setup a directx capture graph with more than one video input source.

    for this someone has to write a directx filter :-)

    but you can do this "offline" on your homepc after you have recorded the raw-videos.

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    nevermind. got it working.

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    b8bboi: can you tell what the problem was in your case?

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    Prefect, I just wanted to say that I think it is VERY cool of you to come here and share your program on this site, especially with you being a newer member. I plan on giving this a try once I finish putting everything together, so I just wanted to thank you for making it available to us all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prefect
    b8bboi: can you tell what the problem was in your case?
    There was no problem. I was just an idiot. I forgot to install the cam's driver.

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