Question about ASUS TV/FM 7135 (TVFM7135WREMOTE) Video Capture
I have a ASUS TV FM capture card. On the install CD it says "TV FM Card 220.127.116.11" so im not 100% sure its the 7135 model, but i do have a small grey remote that came with it. The card im sure is well installed since someone with a big knowledge of PC hardware took care of that. The problem is, whenever i connect my camera by the RCA (composite) cables and open Power Director or Home Theater to capture the image is very odd. Everytime there is movement, which in a video is always, the image becomes fuzzy, a type of interlaced but really dramatic, making green lines horizontaly. Now i have tried the camera on my TV and it displays fine so that's not the cause. Cable works also fine on TV but when displaying trough the capture card i get the same weird fuzzy result. The capture card has worked like this from day 1. My father, whom the card belonged to previously didn't have this issue, not to mention he had used it on the same computer with success. Im running Windows XP on a AMD Athlon XP 2400+ with 2GHz and 768MB of RAM. The computer is clean and has no viruses so i aslo doubt that's the issue. I do a fair amount of video editing on the system and its perfectly up to the task, so power is also not an issue. I have tried the drivers listed on ASUS website but still the same problem remains. Could someone please help me figure out a solution on this issue? Thank you for your time!
SOURCE: the TV picture is flashing
The problem seems to be due to Cyberlink PowerDirector. Most people suggests to remove it from the computer and use other capture programs. This, of course, does not explain the stuttering display of the TV channels on a Plug-and-Play LCD monitor.
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
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Remember, you capture card merely records the signals that
comes from you analog device. If the footage is blurry and choppy, it's
probably because of aged tapes or dirty video heads.
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