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> Logiciel pour capturer et lire des vidéos sur un PC de salon
spoutnik
posté Jun 30 2006, 08:30
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Bonjour,
Je cherche le meilleur logiciel possible tournant sous windows pour enregistrer les émissions TV puis après pouvoir les graver ou visionner. Je tiens à préciser que j'ai une carte tuner qui est branchée à mon décodeur. Elle n'est donc là que pour capturer.
Je possède aussi une ancienne RAGE fury PRO VIVO.
Enfin, il me faut donc un logiciel assez conviviale pilotable avec une télécommande ATI.
Il y a des chances pour que je regarde les films plutot avec la Geexbox sous linux (pas de problèmes de codec et plus rapide à charger). Malheuresement, elle ne supporte pas encore l'enregistrement.
Merci de m'aider.
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posté Jun 30 2006, 11:43
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K!TV ?


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posté Jun 30 2006, 23:10
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En fait en étudiant plus le sujet.
J'hésite entre le logiciel fourni avec le TUNER Winfast PVR et MeuhmeuhTV car je crois que K!TV ne propose pas d'enregistrement différé.
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posté Jul 1 2006, 16:51
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MeuhmeuhTV est très bien aussi car pas mal de plugins.
Après faut voir le soft fourni ...


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posté Jul 2 2006, 14:46
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MeuhMeuhTV propose l'enregistrement différé,
il me semble que K!TV peut le faire.

Personnellement j'utilisais les 2 wink.gif
Je trouvais K!TV plus pratique d'utilisation et plus perf mais c'était l'an dernier, depuis il y a eu de nouvelles versions...
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posté Jul 2 2006, 15:56
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moi je capte que dalle avec ma carte tuner ... Fais ch**r !!!


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Gregory D. Curtis, chairman of Greycourt & Co., a Pittsburgh-based wealth-advisory firm, says he knows several wealthy families who already have been burned by investments linked to subprime lending. 'The wealthy may have a bigger cushion between themselves and the wolf at the door,' he says. 'But they're not immune.'

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With the presidential election casting a spotlight on inequality, the rich will feel more like targets. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama vow to raise certain taxes on the wealthy and liberal billionaires like Warren Buffett and Bill Gross have said the rich don't pay their share.

Whether it's out of enlightened self-interest or self-preservation, the rich may tilt left in 2008 in an effort to damp the growing populist streak in American politics. As Mr. Gross, who made his money in the bond market, put it in a blog post earlier this year, 'Now is the time, long overdue in fact, to admit that for the rich, for the mega-rich of this country, that enough is never enough, and it is therefore incumbent upon government to rectify today's imbalances.'

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Experience and access are quickly becoming new status symbols for the wealthy. The most prized experiences have an educational or altruistic bent, which help deflect populist criticism. Rather than buying another house or Swiss watch, the rich are trekking with penguins at the South Pole, having lunch with Nelson Mandela in South Africa or visiting a village in Bhutan to help build a school.

The final frontier in conspicuous consumption: space. In the end it's all about quality dinner conversation, and a rare trip aboard the space station will always outshine stories of another yachting trip to Greece.

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