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    kiwitanker
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    Default Balck and White Video Capture

    I have a leadek gf4mx 440 with vivo. It won't capture in colour from an s-video sorce any more.
    I am sure that it was capturing in perfect colour previously when i breifly tested it. Now the checkbox that says allow colour in the configure Nvidia WDM Video capture daialog box is nonselectable. why?

    I have tested the source on a vcr. it is in colour. if i say that the source is composite the image had strange colours (like all inverted)

    any help would be greatly appreaciated


    kiwitanker

  2. #2
    Chilling_Silence
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    Default Re: Balck and White Video Capture

    Have you updated to the latest Detondator's from nVidia.com?

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    kiwitanker
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    Default Re: Balck and White Video Capture

    Right i 'solved' it myself. What was needed was the latest WDM driver from nVidia. this is not the detonator driver. it is a separate download. i got version 1.22. Anyway now composite in works in proper colour not pale washed out and partially inverted colour like it did previously. Setting it to s--video is still black and white but i don't care if the other works.
    My computer was a PB Tech PC and i special ordered the vivo capable card. They didn't install the wdm driver with the pc which started it all. i would have thought that nVidia would have included it in their unified all in one driver package. perhaps that's what PB tech thought.
    Anyway my problems pretty much all fixed.

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