*** Please note that I've only tested this on my ATI RADEON X850 XT AGP video card so I don't know if it will work with non ATI Video Cards.***
Step 1: Materials and Tools
You also need 9 wires (preferably different colors), one female RCA connector for input. You can also add one female RCA connector for output, one S-Video connector for input, one S-Video connector for output. Electrical tape, duct tape and solder are also needed.
Tools needed: Soldering gun, wire strippers, awl, needle nosed pliers and scissors.
Step 2: Remove Pins From Jack
Step 3: Extend the Wires
Step 4: Label the Wires
Step 5: Make Connections
Connect wire 5 to the side (Ground) of the female composite video IN connector.
Connect wire 8 to the center of the female composite video OUT connector.
Connect wire 3 to the side (Ground) of the female composite video OUT connector.
For information on adding the S-Video connectors please go to : http://pinouts.ru/Video/radeon_vivo_pinout.shtml or http://www.allpinouts.org/index.php/9_pin_mini-DIN_(VIVO)
Step 6: Inserting the Connector Into the Card
Once done duct tape the wires into place so that they will not fall out.
Step 7: Captureing Audio
Step 8: On the PC
Then open Windows Movie Maker. Select capture video from video device under the tab "Capture Video" Select the video card as well as the sound card. Audio Input Source should be line IN. Video Input source should be composite (unless you used S-Video). Click Next name the video and tell movie maker where you want the video to go. Click next choose a quality I recommend whatever Windows Movie Maker recommends. You can manually control how much video you want to capture by clicking " Start Capture" and Stop Capture or you could check the box " Capture time limit (hh:mm): "and set a time. Click "Start Capture" to start capturing either way.
Step 9: Final Stuff
I hope that this instructable works well for you.