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Ever wanted to have 2 desktops for Windows but didn't want to use 2 separate monitors?  Have you ever wanted to be able to record what you did in Windows without paying for Fraps?  Well you came to the right place.  But what does my plan do exactly? It takes your 2nd display from your video card and is put on your TV tuner, and acts as a 2nd desktop on 1 monitor that can be recorded. With my step-by-step picture tutorial, I will show you how to accomplish this.

Before we begin, you need the following:

  • MS Windows
  • A TV tuner with a working tuner program
  • Male-Male S-Video cable
  • Male-Male wave audio cable
  • An Nvidia video card with an S-Video port

I will make an ATI version some day. Keep in mind that other Nvidia control panels may be different from mine, but they should have the same features. If image quality looks blurry, try lowering the contrast through the Nvidia control panel.  Good luck.

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