>On Tue, 2004-10-26 at 13:46 +0200, YigalB wrote: >> I asked Pinnacle about Linux software and they answer was "we don't >> have and will not have". Any idea how to continue? Or is it one of the >> "I must keep an XP computer for certain applications". > >It's more like "buy a cheaper video capture device that has Linux >drivers." I looked for a USB capture device with Linux drivers to use >on my laptop but I never found one that works well. Both the Dazzle >DVC80 and WinTV USB were quite bad. > >Many PCI capture devices such as WinTV PCI or TV Wonder work perfectly. >(TV Wonder VE $30US vs DVC150 $150US) > > >As for software, Kino is a popular video editing program. It supports >DV sources and any capture device with Video4Linux drivers. [<Yigal>] I need to capture analog video. Before I bought it I considered many parameters and preferred USB because I can move it between computers easily. I just forgot to check the Linux drivers issue - I was sure it's obvious. Is there anything I can do now to use it with Fedora?