Using Digital Video Out under FBD
dragoncrest at voyager.net
Sun Aug 31 17:35:14 PDT 2003
I'm guessing by the relative degree of silence on this that this
isn't supported on Freebsd yet? All I need is a simple answer one way or
another. If it's not, I'll leave it at that. If it is, I'll keep
searching. Links to FAQ's would be useful, but just a yes or no will
suffice at this point. I'm wanting to export the video to VHS and possibly
preview it on a TV because I'm doing a digital media presentation and I
don't want to haul that beat of a windows box I have around with me to the
presentation. I'd rather take my SFF with me, but that's running Freebsd
using a GF3 ti200 card, which presents me with my problem.
Thanks for any help on this at all.
At 10:13 AM 8/31/03 -0700, Dragoncrest wrote:
> Hi all. I went searching around tonight trying to find
> information on how to do Digital Video out on my GF3 ti200 under Freebsd,
> but found nothing. The only link that came up in my search had nothing
> to do with what I wanted to do. What I'm wanting to do is to use the DV
> (digital video) out jack to export video from my computer to a VCR and a
> TV. Just wondering if it will work as is in a plug and go configuration,
> or is there something special I have to do? Pointers, guides or
> suggestions welcome. Thanks.
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