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Old 21st April 2008
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Hello,
I have got a question concerning the BSPlayer. Does it suport all kind of usb video grabbers? Because I want to buy one of these grabbers for my notebook andf like to know if someone has some experience with it!? Thank you in advance for your fast answer :D
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It supports Analog capture devices (DVB devices not supported yet)
But make sure to pass the audio to the audio in, since BSplayer is not yet able to listen from the internal USB audio
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Analog? What do you mean? Do you think this one is supported http://cgi.ebay.de/Geniatech-Video-G...QcmdZViewItem?
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http://www.geniatech.com/pa/ezgrabber.htm

As you may see, there is no connection for the audio part. Like Tizio suggested, you must input the audio stream directly into the computers audio in to be able to capture sound from the source.
Still, a good capture is achieved using MPEG2 format, and BSplayer, as far as I know, it's not able to capture in this format.
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"...and BSplayer, as far as I know, it's not able to capture in this format."

BS.Player can enode video to mpeg2, if you have proper mpeg2 encoder installed on your system, but they are mostly payable.

Mpeg2 encoder is not a part of BS.Player PRO or PROlite.
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