Now, I'm not too familiar with S-video products and equipment, so I don't know if there's an easy solution to this.
I noticed that the laptop I've been using has a 7-pin video out jack. I figure that this could be used for an S-Video cable, connecting to my capture card that's installed in my PC. I checked my capture card; it has a 4 pin jack.
First question is that if this jack on the laptop is just that, a jack for an S-Video cable. It has a picture of a monitor and an arrow, seems to me that it's for "video out".
Second question would be if there is some kind of inexpensive adaptor that will take 7-pin plug to 4-pin jack (or vice verse) or special cable that has both a 4-pin and 7-pin plug (either in Y form, or on both ends). Inexpensive would be under $15.
I'd like to be able to record activity on the laptop using a capture program, I think that'd be pretty gnarly if I can get it working some time soon.
I've been looking on Google and found some adaptors and such, but they were around $20, which is a bit much. I did find this
product, they also has an audio hookup. I might go with one of those if it'd be the cheapest route.
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