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Date: April 2nd, 2002
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Head Editor & Hardware Reviewer)
Product was donated by: ATI Technologies Inc.
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Another amazing feature is this input block that allows you to connect any VCR, analog video camera or even a DVD player into the card for recording. Now that's what you call TV-IN! Connect this block to the video-in port on the back of your card.



Along with the input block is the video-out cluster, containing all the connectors you would be needing for any video or audio chore with the card. Check out the above pic for the run down. Connect this cluster to the video-out port on the back of your card.




ATI was also kind enough to include a composite and S-Video cable to suit your TV viewing needs.



Here is the DVI to analog connector in order for you to use your normal everyday analog LCD or CRT monitor.




Now with your adapter installed, attach your monitor and away you go.

 

 


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