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The small plug on the end is for the Infra-read sensor that goes along with the included remote control. No mention of which DVD media leadtei or cannot be used, or whether rewritable media can be used.
The included manual manages to be both sparse and cluttered at the same time, this is where the TVXP looses a few points. While it does provide a hardware and software installation walkthrough, the booklet covers several different Leadtek TV tuner models, so it’s rather difficult to locate the correct diagram.
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That is to say, they bring the video into the computer to be manipulated, or recorded, before being output to a monitor or TV. Beginners Guides Cases and Access.
Leadtek WinFast TV XP Expert TV-tuner Review –
Doesn’t sound too difficult you say? The separate multi-language quick setup guide is not a whole lot of help either. Also included in the bundle are an analog audio cable for outputting sound directly from the TVXP to a soundcard, an FM wire antenna, the aforementioned infrared sensor with a decently long cable and a short cable with both S-Video and RCA inputs for bringing non-coaxial TV signals and audio into the TVXP.
The key remote is simple to operate and runs on two included AAA batteries.
LeadTek WinFast TV XP Expert (PCI) Overview – CNET
Well there are more than 10 video formats to choose from This is a very unfortunate omission. Newer devices provide a wealth of standard features, such as letting you capture TV input to hard disk as one compelling example. This PCI card has ambitions to replace your VCR, leartek video recording straight to DVD, timeshifting and an assortment of other goodies made for a computerized home theater setup.
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While the primary purpose of a TV-tuner is still to put that cable TV signal on your computer monitor, these products are definitely moving towards the role of video appliances. For the record, it’s ‘TV XP series model 3. Unless the user is well versed in computer video formats, he or she will have to use trial and error to find out which video format offers the best performance and file size.
While the manual does cover the basic functions of the program and the remote, it offers no insight into several areas which will be important to users of the TVXP Expert. For example, there is no information provided on the advantages and disadvantages of the various video capture formats the card offers. Does this expret sound too good to be true?