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TalvaranRW

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I'm trying to get some in game footage for a movie i'm making. I currently have my camera hooked up to my Svideo and i can get in game footage fine, but my video card (Geforce 4 MX 420) can't export to 2 sources at once so i'm forced to play on a small black and white viewfinder, rendering it hard to frag anyone and mainly i can only get shots of me dying.

Anyone know how to get it so i can export to both my monitor and camera so i can record and play normally? Sorry if this is posted under the wrong section.
 

skab

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Use n-view and run it as dual monitors with the clone option should do it, will admit I haven't done this but thats supposed to be how IMO.
 

JigPu

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Some video cameras have RCA cables for TV-Out so you can play what you've recorded on a TV right from the recorder. You might be able to hook those up while recording and get a live viewfinder feed (never had a video recorder, so I don't know).

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TalvaranRW

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Ok it wasn't twinview, it was clone view but same thing, twinview just made the camera an extra desktop, but it works :) thanks for all your help guys