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Old 11-03-04, 02:08 PM   #1
andre uebe
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Default nVidia - capture TV in linux

Hello Friends

I a linux user and use a version o Knoppix (Debian) called Kurumin and I have a video card nVidia, with specifications that i will present at end of this message.

This nVidia has 3D function (installed) and capture TV function (video-in and video-out).

To get function the TV capture in windows, I need to download WDM driver in
http://www.nvidia.com/content/drivers/drivers.asp

In place were is writed "start here", is needed to choose: Multimedia software -> WDM driver -> windows XP/ 2000 / ME / 98SE

Without this driver is impossible to get access to TV capture function in windows.

I would like some help because I found nVidia driver for linux but I couldn't find any WDM or similar for linux.

There is somebody that could help me?


PS: My Video Card specifications:

- Complete configuration:

ASUS V 7700TI Deluxe
32 MB (DDR SGRAM)
Graphic Card
Graphic Card, NVIDIA
GeForce2 GTS VPU,
AGP 4x Interface,
256-bit, 32 MB (DDR
SGRAM), Max Res:
2048 x 1536


- Specific Informations:

Type Graphic Card
Graphic Processor
NVIDIA GeForce2 GTS
Interface AGP 4x
Installed Memory 32
MB (DDR SGRAM)
Compatibility PC
Technical Features
Form Factor Plug-in
card
Graphic Processors
Qty. 1
Installed Memory 32
MB
Memory Tech DDR
SGRAM
Data Width 256-bit
Max. Screen
Resolution 2048 x
1536
Max. Supported
Memory 32 MB (DDR
SGRAM)
System Requirements
Operating System
Microsoft Windows
2000, Microsoft
Windows 95,
Microsoft Windows NT
Miscellaneous
MPN
V7700TI/DELUXE/64M
Product ID 20179052


- Add Informations

Powered by the
NVIDIA GeForce2 GTS
graphics processing
unit (GPU) and
featuring DDR
(Double Data Rate)
memory buffer, the
ASUS AGP-V7700TI
Deluxe delivers not
only cutting-edge
graphics performance
but also image
fidelity regardless
of the CPU (central
processing unit)
your system is
using. With ASUS
AGP-V7700TI Deluxe,
you will not only
see but also
experience dynamic,
realistic 3D world
unmatched by any
other graphics
processor.


- Obtained in:
http://www2.shopping.com/xPF-Asustek..._7700TI_Deluxe


my regards

Andre Uebe
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Old 11-04-04, 12:51 PM   #2
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