September 30, February 25, Europe, Pro variant. So for example, if you’re a big fan of Edward James Olmos, you can see a listing of every show he’ll be in for the next couple weeks or so. They are as follows:. The other half lies in its 3D prowess. Video In The All-in-Wonder X Pro’s video-in capabilities are easily its strongest selling point and luckily its biggest strength as well. It’s not a huge deal, but the first use or two may take a bit of searching through menus to find all the options.
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The images are much sharper and if you have a nice display, you’d have no problem surfing the ‘Net all day from your couch. If you’ve looked around at benchmarks for other X Pro cards you’ll likely know what to expect here.
You’ll get a frame update every few seconds, so if you’re trying to go back right to a certain play or a certain line, you’ll likely have to go back a bit and then watch up to it again.
It’s not a huge deal, but the first use or two may take a bit of searching through menus to find all the options. Some of them will give you different capture options, but inside Segies TV application you’re offered up four different recording presets. Hardcore gamers will want to step up to a beefier card and maybe opt for a dedicated TV tuner card, however.
So for example, if you’re a big fan of Edward James Olmos, you can see a listing of every show he’ll be in for the next couple weeks or so.
The interface for the PVR controls also leaves a bit to be desired; it’s functional, but not as nice as something like TiVo. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Right-clicking on a program will let you flag it to record, set it as a favorite and search x600 more showings.
AMD/ATI driver for All-in-Wonder X600 Series Windows XP (32bit)
As mentioned, the recording quality is great. This certainly isn’t the fastest card on the market by a long shot, but for casual gamers it should do them fine. Changing channels takes a couple seconds to do both TV and radio so it’s a bit slow going. For example, we recorded some Fight Night: You won’t want to be reading websites all day long via one of these connections, though for general video and gaming playback it’s reasonable compared to the average.
Radio works in pretty much the same fashion as TV does. The PVR functionality is rather straight-forward as well. Round 2 footage on the Good setting and a 5: So if we take a reasonable average of MB per 5 minutes of recording time for either of the higher settings, you’ll need a little under 2. You can record, pause and rewind TV, though only on one channel at a time.
ATI All-in-Wonder X Pro – IGN
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September 30, February 25, Europe, Pro variant. The 3DMark score was run at the default settings. All-in-sonder cards use a variety of specialised ports along the side to provide output to televisions, with the retail version provided x60 composite ports and the ability to output to component.
Archived copy as title. The other half lies in its 3D prowess. The Video CD setting looks OK, but it really should only be used for recording crap that you have no concerns over the quality of, or if you’re super low on disk space. Other than that things work well, but the impatient need not apply.
Also note that all settings were set to their all-in-wondr for each game unless otherwise noted on the benchmark see Doom 3 benches.
Regular,  MB, DV . Output quality all-in-wknder as expected, which is to say good as far as S-Video and composite out from a PC goes.