i have an internal DVR PCI card, it receives Analog video signal, and convert it to MPEG4. (its driver is: [url removed, login to view]) the problem is, seems like along the way - something "twists" the codec - and its no longer generic. which means, if i'll try to convert it, or just play it - when high motion occurs it will show corruption. any of these solutions will be acceptable: 1. the activex player can read the codec properly, extract its behavior and twist the codec back ? 2. listen to the actual ports directly - without the card's software, and compress the analog signal to a generic codec ? 3. encoder who can convert this video file, without the corruption ? [url removed, login to view] (the corruption happens when high motion occurs) feel free to offer any other solution you are able to offer. thanks, shai
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