*MPEG4 (!) Recording from TV // Video // other sources
*DVDs shown on my TV-monitor
800Mhz Amd should be enough
the videocard is most neccessary to record mpeg4 am i right ?
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to take it to the point....
*what videocard for mpeg4 recording to get smooth & good quality records ?
*which software to record ?
*if i get myself a tv-monitor with 100hz technologie, do i get better results, than a standard monitor ?
*do you have some hints for me, or links on how MPEG4 recording could be done ?
Ditto with Mole, you should first save it as raw data (that's a way to tell and it will take LOTS of disk space) and then convert it to divx (for higher resolutions), or to mpeg4 (for lower resolutions).
Basically divx and mpeg4 are the same, in fact, the divx is a modified version of mpeg4 that allows higher resolutions.
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As an example 720x480 in MJPEG maximum quality stresses a PIII 733 with 256MB RAM with a G400, with hardware capture to top that. Since DivX encoding is only done in software now it would kill your processor like Mole said. Even if lower resolutions may help, DivX codecs aren't mean to be used for real-time recording. You would need to do like POKOT and Luis G said if you want to create DivX/MPEG 4 videos.
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