Analog television differs from other video capture scenarios in several ways:
- The tuner card tunes to an analog signal, which is then digitized.
- Audio is carried in the analog signal. How the audio reaches the sound card varies depending on the hardware.
- The signal may contain additional data in the vertical blanking interval (VBI), such as cloced captions (CC), World Standard Teletext (WST), and extended data services (XDS).
The following diagram shows a typical filter for television preview:
- The TV Tuner filter controls tuning.
- The TV Audio filter controls the audio decoding.
- If the tuner card has more than one physical input, the Analog Video Crossbar filter enables the application to select which input is decoded and rendered.
- The WDM Video Capture filter delivers the digitized video stream.
The Capture Graph Builder automatically inserts any filters that are required upstream from the capture filter.
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