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How can I input and output analog video into a G4? It has USB ports and Firewire ports, but no RCA plugs. I need to be able to send video out to a VHS player and occassionaly grab video from a VHS player. Thoughts?
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You need a video card with analog RCA jacks. The ATI Xclaim 128 VR has s-video in and out and last i checked also had RCA jacks. You can also use iomegas buz capture system at http://www.iomega.com/buz/products/g3.html ....If you want to stay with firewire you will have to get a VCR, or more likely to find, a video camera that supports it.
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As a side note. Stay away from the few capture systems that use the USB ports. Those ports dont have the bandwidth available to capture 30fps at fullscreen.
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