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M8357c with composite video in

I have a m8357c and I want to make use of my "composite video in."
Right now I have video streaming into the connection. I confirmed this
by plugging that into another monitor and watching the video.

I have looked at the nVidia Control Panel as well as Windows Media
Center setting and I can not find a place that will let me see the
video being pipped into "composite video in."

HOW CAN I WATCH THE ANALOGUE VIDEO BEING RECEIVED
THROUGH "COMPOSITE VIDEO IN"?

Thank you...

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SOURCE: Composite Media

Well it can be one of two problems,,

Check your settings for the device, especially your input settings and see if composite is elected or disable. Look on the net for compatable recording software for the composite input as well..

Or

it could be a hardware issue and the device is defective..

Posted on Jan 14, 2008

jerryg50
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SOURCE: jumpy screen as a monitor

There are a number of things that can cause the problem:

The frame and scan rate from your computer is not matched to the specs of the monitor. The monitor may have a sync lock fault.

LCD monitors must be operated in their native mode for best results. Some models are very critical for the frame and scan rate especialy when using a composite video source.

If you take the monitor to the service rep for it, the should be equiped to diagnose it and tell you the exact answer.

Jerry G.

Posted on Apr 17, 2008

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SOURCE: Radeon 9600 XT AGP - wn't activate second monitor as TV output.

hi
check if you have the latest software or not if not download from http://ati.amd.com/support/driver.html this will give you a more simple and easier way change the double monitor settings

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

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SOURCE: No OSD on TV connected thru composite video (Monitor Out)

for the tx-sr606, the onscreen display will only show up when you connect the receiver using HDMI out to your tv. this is indicated on page 22 of the user manual.. hope this helps.. ^_^

Posted on Nov 28, 2008

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SOURCE: Diamond One-touch video capture audio doesn't work with s-video

i had the same problem.  it turns out the s-video does not carry audio so you have to hook up a separate audio line.  On my camera there is a mini plug a/v jack...so i run a mini plug out to a rca jack splitter and then run rca cords to the red and white jacks on the one touch....then it works great.

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