Re: hey I want to capture dvd ? , what is the s video...
To capture a DVD you can download a dvd ripping program. There are a lot of them out there, so just do a google search to find one that suits your needs. An S video jack is used to output the video to another display, such as a tv. To use it, connect it to the tv and then hit the monitor button on the keyboard.
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depends on what kind of output jacks and input jacks are available on ur DVD player and notebook...as without proper jacks and correct cables u cant make a proper connection....DVD player Vs laptop
u also may need a connector or a convertor that can convert analog signal to a digital signal...also u may need a software to capture ur signal...google can help u
If you want to copy analogue video to your computer to make a DVD video disk, then you need an analogue video capture device on your computer and of course a DVD burner.
There are USB analogue video capture devices on the Internet, and they cost under $100.00
I hope that you have plenty of time on your hands. If you do, then you will need a video capture card or tv-tuner USB dongle. Most large computer stores carry a variety of choices. Hook the line-out of the VCR to the TV-tuner or video capture card and use the digital video recording software that came with it to record your video to your hard disk. From here you can edit it with a video editing program and burn the finished product to your DVD or you can burn the raw files to the DVD.
Not without a converter box to go from vga to svideo or composite.
Check your dvd player if it is using the same format as your television. Some locations would use ntsc and others pal secam. If you also have options for changing these to make them compatible with each other do so.
you need a s-Video splitter that has the round PS2 style connector on one end and the yellow colored plug on the other, you can find it on the internet or in an electronic supply store. then you plug it in the PC and in the modulator. then you set up an external monitor on the svideo out. and it should power on the modulator and have signal. quality though is fairly low... you need a splitter for the 3,5mm audio jack to use the TV audio.