MVCast driver & software

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Stefan, Aug 31, 2004.

  1. Stefan

    Stefan Guest

    Hello,
    did anyone have the Windows NT driver for VisionTech MVCast MPEG2 Card?
    I have searched the hole Internet, but couln'd find a actual Link.
    VisionTech is bought by Broadcom and they don't answer Emails....

    Please contact me, if you have a Link or a Driver.
    I have a FTP Server etc. for exchange.

    Thank you for your Help.

    Regards

    Stefan Pflaume
     
    Stefan, Aug 31, 2004
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  2. Stefan

    Ken Maltby Guest

    If I recall correctly Broadcom acquired the "Kfir II" chip,
    their BCM7040, from VisionTech. You might want to
    check which chips are on your board and if you have the
    "Kfir II" and a Philips SAA7114H, then there is a chance
    one of the "Movie Mill" compatible drivers would work.
    The early "Snazzi Bali" driver or one for the Adaptec
    AVC-2000 would be your best bet. Try a Google for
    "AVC-2000 driver". Check out "V-One Multimedia"
    also.

    Luck;
    Ken
     
    Ken Maltby, Aug 31, 2004
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  3. Stefan

    Ken Maltby Guest

    Did some Googleing and it looks unlikely that those chips
    are what would be driving that $2000 card. It sounds like a
    sweet setup though. You might get with the "Solaris" and/or
    "Sun" crowd, maybe one of them is still using that card and
    would be willing to part with the NT driver. They probably
    have a NG.

    Luck;
    Ken
     
    Ken Maltby, Aug 31, 2004
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  4. Thanks a lot!
    I have tried various drivers for cards that also use the Kfir Chip.
    But the reult was allways the same: Card doesn't work!
    I will try to post a note in the Sun Group...

    Regards

    Stefan Pflaume
     
    Stefan Pflaume, Sep 1, 2004
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