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    I need a light analog movie capture software. Something like the old InterVideo WinDVR 3 that captures to mpeg2.

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    I use an ADVC converter for A>D. That way, you can do the editing in DV, which is the easiest format for most NLEs.
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    Some free options I can think of

    Well there is virtualdub more for avi, but it can't create mpegs.

    VirtualVCR, a program I used years ago, functional but only supports WDM capture?

    And there is also MediaPortal, more of TV server/client for networks. But you can do a standalone install and capure from analogue sources...probably overkill though.

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    Thank you for your replies. It appears that what I'm looking for is not quite on the market. So I'll have to stick to old WinDVD, which is not a bad after all these years.
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    This is what I used for analog capturing:
    http://www.iulabs.com/iuvcr/index.shtml

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    Yes, I remembe that. It does'nt capture mpeg2 as far as I can remember.
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    AMCap

    AMCap is a small yet fully functional video capture application. It is a program much like Microsoft VidCap but which adds support for DirectShow. It is based on the sample AMCap source code from the Microsoft DirectX 9 SDK.

    -DV camcorder playback and recording
    -improved MPEG-2 playback and recording
    -improved analog TV tuner support
    -still capture in BMP, JPEG and PNG formats
    -optional real-time compression (Windows Media or any installed CODECs)
    -remember video input, standard, size and many other options from previous session
    -full screen mode
    -support for multi-monitor and deinterlacing (using VMR9)
    -caption bar and menu on/off
    -always on top feature

    http://www.noeld.com/programs.asp?cat=video#AMCap
    I have used it years ago but as far I remember it works ok.
    There are small differences among free and share version, just take a look.

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    if you haven't already, check out this web site for options

    http://www.doom9.org/

    Most everything is cataloged.

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    Thank you all
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