I wish to capture incoming digital video with sound. Surely that must be digital because it arrives via the web from my ISP. It cannot therefore be analogue.
Since it displays with sound on my XP desktop pc then it is undoubtedly digital is it not? To capture this do I need a capture thingy (thus hardware) and I already have Ezeegrabber anyway but that captures & converts (to digital) on the fly analogue from my VHS-VCR so maybe that is not the tool?
Or do I need software provided from the U-Lead video prog arising from my GeForce 9500GT graphics card --- and thus software? But Video Capture is greyed out in same.
I can already capture sound from incoming video signals (say from U-Tube) by using the PCI sound-card's software that is provided by my Audigy-2 hardware. This suggests this is the kind of road to journey on but video of course?
If I could get me a handle where to go from here I might even get there, me no tekky!
Edited by Littleseen (Mon 20-Feb-12 10:25:20)