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Any tips for pulling video feeds out of an analog receiver?

Old 12-08-2018, 11:04 AM
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I've got one of my cars rigged for FPV, and while it's pretty awesome, it's a bit annoying to have to go into the unused TV room and fire up the ancient CRT to see the picture. I can't record it, either. My current receiver only outputs an analog monaural signal across a composite video connector and one RCA audio connector.IS there any way I can view the feed on my PC in real time without excessive latency, and thus record it? Or am I stuck waiting for the $$$$$$$$ to show up for me to afford a digital output receiver/some goggles?
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I've got one of my cars rigged for FPV, and while it's pretty awesome, it's a bit annoying to have to go into the unused TV room and fire up the ancient CRT to see the picture. I can't record it, either. My current receiver only outputs an analog monaural signal across a composite video connector and one RCA audio connector.IS there any way I can view the feed on my PC in real time without excessive latency, and thus record it? Or am I stuck waiting for the $$$$$$$$ to show up for me to afford a digital output receiver/some goggles?
If you need to put FPV video feed on your PC real time you can use EASYCAP DVR USB video capture and converter which used widely by FPV pilots to view and record on computer as per-attached.
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You can but a USB FPV receiver. It appears as a webcam to any computer.

It's good for spectating and recording but the latency is too high to control from it.

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