Streaming Live Video and video card
I have a newbie question. I am looking at upgrading my video card but I don't have a lot of money to spend.
But before I do that I wanted to make sure that I'm not buying something that I don't need.
I don't care to view video on my BTV server (Computer #1) as I will only capture video, and view live TV on computer #2.
My question is, when viewing streaming video on another computer ( computer #2 ), does it matter what video card that I have on the server (computer #1)???
Could it be simply taking from my video capture card ( Hauppauge PCI ) and not using the video card since I'm not displaying the video on the server?
My System is:
ASUS A7V266-E and Latest firmware
Crystal Sound - On MB.
Replaced but worked mostly: Voodoo 3000 16 MB
GeForce 4 mx 440 8xAGP 128MB
512 MB memory
200 GB drives
Netgear network card,
Hitachii CD-RW ( latest firmware )
Hitachi DVD Player
TDK 840G External DVD+/- burner.
Windows XP, SP1 and all updates
VIA 4-in-1 drivers ( latest version from ASUS )
Network: 100Mbit Ethernet and 802.11G.
Yes you are correct, if you are recording on computer1 and viewing on computer2 then the video card on computer1 is not used.
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