Gene Heskett wrote: > > In my case, the audio output of my card, a pcHDTV-3000, is jumpered to the > microphone input on my audigy2 (sb0400 chipset), and the tvtime audio is then > via the mic channel of my audio card. The jumper is about 6" long. Works > great. But here in the US, we only have about 33 more days to use tvtime > since its analog tv only. We shut our own analog tx off for the last time at > the end of the broadcast day, June 11th. > If you have an analog card, and you do not want to upgrade, you can always hook up a converter box to it. You have to change channels on the box, instead of using the software, but it works. It works even better if you feed the audio directly to the line-in on your sound card, and the video to a video-in instead of using the antenna input. (By the way, the line-in usually works better then the microphone jack for line level inputs.) Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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