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    mac_user007
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    s-video out into s-video in?
    is there any way or software that allows you to use the s-video to rca connector as a "IN" instead of "OUT" on your powerbook? Like if u want to view whats on your tv on your mac?

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    s-video out into s-video in?
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    no. an in is an in and an out is an out. girls tell me this all the time.

    what you will want is an external tv tuner card that will allow you to watch tv/dvd's/vcr etc on your computer, it will also help you import such things onto your hd
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    mac_user007
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    Quote Originally Posted by coach_z
    no. an in is an in and an out is an out. girls tell me this all the time.

    what you will want is an external tv tuner card that will allow you to watch tv/dvd's/vcr etc on your computer, it will also help you import such things onto your hd
    -chris
    well i have this usb box that has s-video and rca in connecters but when i plug it in my mac it doesnt reconize it right it just says usb device! is there any way i can use it? (its for windows)

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    s-video out into s-video in?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mac_user007
    well i have this usb box that has s-video and rca in connecters but when i plug it in my mac it doesnt reconize it right it just says usb device! is there any way i can use it? (its for windows)
    Then you will want to check the manufacturer website to see if there is any software for it to work on Mac.
    If not, then you are likely out of luck.
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    s-video out into s-video in?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mac_user007
    well i have this usb box that has s-video and rca in connecters but when i plug it in my mac it doesnt reconize it right it just says usb device! is there any way i can use it? (its for windows)
    maybe you can find drivers for osx?
    -chris
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