TSCTV.INI Driver File Contents (50english.zip)

[DATA]
Logo=LOGO
Timer=200
hPreInst=0
wClass=49584
hMenu=0
PATH=P:\CAPTURE\IVTV
Debug=0
hWnd=248
Exec=PIXELTV.EXE

[VFW]
Redraw=3
hWndFrame=312
hWndTest=320
hWndCap=328
PosX=302
PosY=80
Width=328
Height=248
Source=4
SetTVParamSource=4
TVtype=4
OSD=1
ForceFullScreen=0
ForceRatio=1
BMPinc=0
Preview=0
AVIfile=C:\CAPTURE.AVI
BMPfile=
Bmp2Jpeg=0
BitCount=24

[TV]
MuteMsec=10
OnTop=0
SlideMode=4061
Logical=0
Remote=1
Frame=1
Color=17
AirChannel=7
AirChannelPrev=9
CableChannel=7
CableChannelPrev=6
MTS=2

[Remote]
PosX=123
PosY=451

[AV]
Volume=32
Treble=8
Bass=8

[VfwSize]
CapFileSize=15

[Debug]
Pixel=16

[VfwVoice]
wFormatTag=1
nChannels=1
nBlockAlign=1
wBitsPerSample=8
cbSize=0
nSamplesPerSec=11025
nAvgBytesPerSec=11025
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