Hey chris,

You might be able to pull off inputting PC video to your iMac. If there is an S-Video port or composite plug (RCA), you could use a Dazzle video dongle, just like someone suggested I use that when importing video from my Kodak digital camera.


maclover1986

PS: Speaking of video, if there is anyone interested in buying an adapter from me let me know, or I'll have to sell it locally. What it does is let you use an older Apple monitor on your PC, or on a VGA-equipped Macintosh, like the 2gen iMacs, Blue/White G3, All G4s... Like i said, ANY Macintosh that is equipped with VGA/SVGA video. I want $18.00 US Dollars for it. That's all. That would also be enough to buy an adapter that works in reverse of what I described:
Lets you use a PC monitor on your older Apple Computer.

Post edited by: maclover1986, at: 2005/05/04 18:43
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