Screen Capture to Firewire?

  1. tgp1994

    tgp1994 New Member Bronze Member

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    Hi there everyone, I'm wondering if it's possible to export my screen in realtime to a video camera. I would also like the sound to go a long with it. I mean, think about; It seems like the most logical way to capture your screen. Hardly any overhead, and all of that video/audio is stored on the camera for the time being. So does anyone know where I can get an application like this?

    Thanks, TGP1994.
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    Hi tgp1994!

    I think you will need video out for this, for example a graphics card with s-video or something. You could use your sound line out as well to export the sound.
    Maybe there's also a way to get this over firewire but I'm uncertain, hopefully someone else knows.

    Blue
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    I've got S-Video, Firewire of course, as well as a nifty Analog/S-video to USB converter. I'm not sure if you can reverse the flow on the S-videos, especially on graphics cards, or can you?

    I've asked about this several times, I really hope someone's got an answer.
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