You need a video card or an adapter card that supports video IN. The card I have, Radeon All-in-Wonder has this built in. The connections you need is either the normal TV coaxial (TV cable screw in connection) or the red/white/yellow composite connection.
After you have that, just plug it in, install it, switch to TV, channel 3 or 4, then there is your high-resolution(highest possible with a N64) N64.
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Ehh you could use a TV tuner, but I haven't seen any that allow realtime input capture. There is always a slight delay (latency issues on the PCI bus and within Windows) and the TV tuner automatically interlaces the screen (giving you small but noticeable scanlines) and usually only captures at a flat 27-30 frames per second. If you have an N64 games that runs at 60fps (F-Zero X, Mischief Makers, Smash Bro's) you will notice the frame loss. I wanted to use my TV tuner for playing my Dreamcast through my PC (for image capture) and noticed how crappy the TV card made the games look and how slow and delayed they ran. If you want realtime video capture, I suggest you get a full fledged video card with vivo (video in, video out). If you can tolerate 30fps and slight image degredation than you can buy a $25 TV card. Hope this helps.
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Is there any way that I can do this with my card? I have a GeForce4 Ti4600, I think that it only has a monitor input though for a 2nd monitor for the NView stuff....hmmmm....i wouldnt mind doing that though, sounds good...I wonder if I could do that with the GameCube I bought my g/f for x-mas as well.....
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