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Capturing video from PS2 with 7900 GTX

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I went to buy an S-videocable, so I could capture video from PS2 into PC, with Virtual Dub. Well, I connected the cable, but Virtual Dub didn't find any Video- or audio-sources.

I have S-videocable attached into my PS2, which in the other end has red, white and a black cord and in the other end the black one that goes into the PS2.

Then I have these cables that apparently came with my videocard (7900 GTX), which are cable number 1. (just to make it more clear I numerised them) which has on the other, bigger end places for cables red (Pr), blue (Pb), green (Y), yellow (VIDEO) and black (SVIDEO). In the other, thinner black end of the cable it says: VIDEOCARD. In the cable number 2. on the other end there are seaprately branching cables red (Pr OUT), white (S-VID IN), orange (COMP. IN), black (S-VID OUT), green (Y OUT) and blue (Pb/VIDEO OUT), and on the other end there is this black bigger thing where it says NVIDIA and there is an arrow.

The videocard I have is 7900 GTX, there is apparently a black hole on the right where you plug either cable number 1. or 2. , and the other end is attached to the S-VIDEO cable which is plugged into PS2, am I right ?

So now I want to know how I attach all the cables into right places, and do I get the video showing on Virtual Dub and to record video ?

If you need any pictures or videos from the situation, ask me plz.
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