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Thread: single chip MPEG video decoing
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> > It's the MPEG being DECODED in the player. Yes, the PAL/NTSC video is
> > ENCODED from the MPEG data but the overall solution is still a DECODER.
> > What are you really looking for? The player end or the
> production/source end?

rad0 wrote:
>I want to convert analogue video into MPEG, so it can
>be displayed on a computer and stored in memory.

Maybe a PC capture card would be the best bet for you.
IIRC, Averkey & such have cheapish ones that work ok.
I don't think you'll find a simple-to-implement encoder solution.
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