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Can I hook my PS3 to the Tv Tuner and play the game on my lap top? If yes, what do I need to do to make it show up on my screen

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The difference between your TV tuner and your graphics card (at least what matters here) is that the TV tuner takes an input from your cable line or an antenna and draws to the frame buffer, it is an input. The graphics card takes that frame buffer and creates the signals needed to drive your monitor's screen, it is an output device.

graphics cards usually provide the s-video connection so you can do things like hook up your desktop to your living room television instead of a monitor. It is inherintly a different type of device than the tv tuner.

Some graphics cards do have video inputs for video mixing, but it is not likely that a regular PC owner would own them

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