I found this site while surfing the net and I was hoping you guy's may be able to help me out. I recently had somebody break into my garage and steal my castnets and some other very expensive fishing gear. I purchased the Visec Pro video security software and a sony 1/3 CCD color camera which I mounted above the garage. I also have three webcams hooked up. I have installed this on a brand new HP with windows XP media center edition. Dual CPU 2.80Ghz with 1 GB of RAM. I have the sony camera hooked to an ATI TV WonderPro capture card. The Visec software is excellent and I highly recommend it. It runs flawlessly and it's very stable. It works so well that I want to hook up two more sony camera's and get rid of two of the webcams. My problem is, I need two more video inputs. My media center PC came with two video inputs but the only way I can see the video is through Windows Movie Maker for some reason. I installed the ATI card and it worked perfectly. I had to disable the conexant capture in device manager before the ATI would work, I was hoping to be able to use both video captures at the same time. I guess the pc cant run two video pci slots at the same time or something. I guess I need to either get a DVR card or two usb2.0 converters. I'm not very familiar with this and dont know what to get. I dont want to buy something and find out it only works with their software as I wanna keep my Visec. I have it set up to upload the video to ftp and have remote access and dont want to change anything. I've checked the DVR's and usb's on ebay and they all come with software and dont specify if they will work with different software. I wanna keep full resolution, at least 640x480. Can anybody offer any advice on what I should do? I've been leaning towards the usb's cause I only need two, and the DVR card would give me more than I need. Any help would be much appreciated.