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A Graphics card is a dedicated expansion card with one or more monitor outputs. Depending on the card, it connects via the PCI or PCI-E slot on the motherboard. This can then over ride the integrated on-board graphics controller and output of the motherboard. Some of the advantages of using a graphics card include a higher quality visual output and clarity, increased range of resolutions with the ability to run two or more monitors (depending on the card). Graphics cards are available in a range of specifications from low to high-end. Depending on the requirements. Updated 31/05/11

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Video capture allows you convert an analogue video input from a device such as a video camera or DVD player into digital video. This allows you to save the digital video files onto the computers hard drive or edit using video editing software if required. Advanced features on certain products to look out for include video specific outputs and the ability to work with HD (High Definition) and SD (Standard Definition) video.
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Kworld USB2800D DVD Maker USB2 - Convert you analogue Video/VHS to Digital (Burn to DVD/BD)
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Kworld DV/AV/TV 883 Pro 3 in 1 Video Editing Card SVideo/Video In/Audio In/Audio Out/ 1394a Firewire
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Kworld DVD Maker II - Video Capture/Edit from VHS/V8/Hi8 etc, USB2, inv Cyberlink Power Producer 4
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