ATI ALL IN WONDER X600 SERIES DRIVER
As well, ATI sells an optional component domino connector box for output, but you’ll have to order that separately. If you’ve looked around at benchmarks for other X Pro cards you’ll likely know what to expect here. Of course, you can manually hit the record button to capture video on the fly. The All-in-Wonder line debuted with the Rage chipset series. You can record, pause and rewind TV, though only on one channel at a time. How much recording time you’ll get is a bit hard to determine since it seems that the files are compressed with variable bitrates.
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Right-clicking on a program will let you flag it to record, set it as a favorite and search for more showings. Highly recommended for home theater PC builders who need great TV recording capabilities though not HD and a capable gaming rig.
ATI All-In-Wonder X PRO ( MB) Overview – CNET
Currently, the only operating systems fully supporting TV capture with these cards are Microsoft Windows XP,98, and The cards use a variety of specialised ports xx600 the side to provide output to televisions, with the retail version provided with composite ports and the ability to output to component. You can even schedule recordings so if you’re a fan of a certain talk show or some such, you can program that to record daily.
Archived from the original on XT,  Pro,  Regular . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For watching TV or what-have-you it’s fine, but for gaming, even a split-second is a problem.
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All-in-Wonder – Wikipedia
There’s a slight delay as the video is converted, all a second, maybe less, so gaming through this device certainly isn’t ideal. Setting up a recording is as easy as designating how often you want it to record once, daily, weekly, etc. You can record, pause and rewind TV, though only on one channel at a time. Other than that things work well, but the impatient need not apply.
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. 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. This isn’t exactly high-resolution, but if you’re going to be playing these games on a TV then much higher probably isn’t supported anyway.
How much recording time you’ll get is a bit hard to determine since it seems that the files are compressed with variable bitrates. Regular,  Pro . This certainly isn’t the fastest card on the market by sll long shot, but for casual gamers it should do them fine. Today we’re taking a look at the All-in-Wonder X Pro.
Looking at the benchmarks we can see that the All-in-Wonder X Pro is capable of running games like Half-Life 2 and Doom 3 at anywhere between 40 and 50 frames-per-second at x For example, we recorded some Fight Night: Video In The All-in-Wonder X Pro’s video-in capabilities are easily its afi selling point and luckily its biggest strength as well.
For many, many moons now, ATI’s All-in-Wonder line of video cards have been a dominating force in the market of truly multimedia video cards. Video-in, regardless of the type of connection, looks fantastic at the higher capture settings.
You can also search and get listings for things like movies, sports, actors and more. ATI has an All-in-Wonder X XT in the works that should hopefully at seeing a release in the very near future, but as of today this is the fastest All-in-Wonder on the market.
Some variants of the All-in-Wonder included FM wondre tuning as well. Output quality is as expected, which is to say good as far as S-Video and composite out from a PC goes.