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> Fusion HDTV nano+, Can't capture native format.
j8boon
post May 18 2010, 06:11 PM
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I have a Dvico Fusion HDTV usb nano+ tv tuner and i can't capture native mpeg only .TP.I downloaded an older version that allowed me to capture native format but it won't work on windows 7.I have a old Dvico Fusion plus pci card in the old desktop that works perfect and has for five years and i have a good strong signal so does anyone know if i can do something so i can capture native format or is there any good 3rd party softwawe around.

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mareke
post May 18 2010, 06:39 PM
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QUOTE (j8boon @ May 18 2010, 07:11 PM) *
I have a Dvico Fusion HDTV usb nano+ tv tuner and i can't capture native mpeg only .TP.I downloaded an older version that allowed me to capture native format but it won't work on windows 7.I have a old Dvico Fusion plus pci card in the old desktop that works perfect and has for five years and i have a good strong signal so does anyone know if i can do something so i can capture native format or is there any good 3rd party softwawe around.

Help Please.


A good 3rd party software is VideoReDo Plus. I use it to edit and convert captured .TP files into mpg files. I use Nero Vision to make and burn DVDs from video files made by VideoReDo Plus or raw .TP files captured by my Dvico card.
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j8boon
post May 19 2010, 07:54 PM
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Thanks M8 i am downloading it now.
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