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Old 01-24-2000, 07:18 PM
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What is the best nubus video capture card to use with PT3? I have a 8100/100. Do any of the capture cards work with a G3 accel?

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Default Re: PT3 video capture card?

The only two "Digi" supported nubus video capture cards are the Radius Videovision Studio and the Truevision Targa 20006. However, neither of these were ever tested in house for compatibility with the G3 processor cards nor are they compatible in quadra based systems.

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