if you have a s-video out on your camera and your graphics card supports you will be fine, what you need is windows movie maker or some other editing program, these will help you capture and work with your recorded data. I'm a video major so if you have any other questions ask away
Well, I connected the S-video cable from the video camera to the S-video port on the graphics card. Rebooted, started Windows Movie Maker and I can't get my recorded video.
Did I miss something?