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  1. I have been using the GV-USB2 to capture VHS tapes over S-Video, but ever since migrating to Linux (Kubuntu), I lost the ability to use the GV-USB2 due to lack of drivers for it.
    I've looked around and the Dazzle DVC100 seems to have decent driver support (only downside is I'd have to import it from the US; there don't seem to be any easily available in Australia). Can anyone suggest other good S-Video capture cards with Linux drivers?
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    If quality matters, never use Easycap/EZcap.
    There's a reason it earned the nickname EZcrap.
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    Hauppauge does not supply capture software for Linux but there are Linux drivers available for the Hauppauge USB-Live2. See http://www.hauppauge.com/pages/support/support_linux.html

    If you can't find it elsewhere, there is a listing on eBay from an Australian source: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Hauppauge-USB-Live2-analog-video-Digitizer-/141346691010
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  4. Thanks for the input. I've decided to go with the Hauppauge USB-Live2
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