I have a ProVideo 153PD card, http://www.provideo.com.tw/PV-153P.htm
which has audio input for each of the video inputs (4 video/4 audio).
I'm sort of indifferent about it. The video works under Linux with
card=98,98,98,98 but the audio doesn't. Under Windows the audio
finally works after my sending them 4 seperate complaints, none of
which they ever responded to... but a couple days after my fourth
email, they posted an updated Windows driver that supports all 4 audio
I use this card under Linux so I have not had any experience with any
motion detecting Windows programs, but I'd assume it works just as
ProVideo claims stereo input per channel, but it's really a mono
channel duplicated two stereo on the BTTV chip, at only 8 kHz. Under
Linux, I'm using a seperate sound card to get true stereo at 44kHz.
It's about $199 if you search hard enough, and there are only a hand
full of places you can buy one.
----- Original Message -----
From: DebianTech <debiantech@...>
Date: Wednesday, October 26, 2005 7:12 am
Subject: [Motion-user] Multiple Port Capture Cards
> just wondering if anyone could toss up a few links to some capture
> with 4 bttv chips on them. Any help is appreciated in advance.
> J L Kolpin
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