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USB Video Convertor for £149.95

£149.95 @ Firebox
Not sure if it is a bargain but you never know! Features: * Convert VHS tapes to digital files to view on PCs, iPods, PSPs, DVD and other media players * Includes Easy Video Conversion… Read More
simplelearning Avatar
9y, 3w agoFound 9 years, 3 weeks ago
Not sure if it is a bargain but you never know!

Features:

* Convert VHS tapes to digital files to view on PCs, iPods, PSPs, DVD and other media players
* Includes Easy Video Conversion software to customise movies and burn DVDs
* Software allows you to take still images from videos
* Capture video at resolutions up to 720 x 576
* Can convert videos from camcorder to PC, via AV sockets on the front of the device
* Works as a regular VHS player for TV playback
* Auto-tracking, variable speed slow motion, playback, and rewind
* USB output
* Scart output
* Auto tracking and tape playback
* Soft touch backlit buttons
* Software has a trimming feature

Specifications

* Frame storage JPG 768x576 pixels
* LP (Long Play) mode a 90 minute movie will require approximately 2.7 GB of free space
* iPod conversion available in 320x240 or 640x480 resolution
* A typical 90 minute movie at 320x240 will be approximately 740MB

Box Contents:

* 1x USB VHS Converter
* 1x USB cable
* 1x EZ VHS Converter software
* 1x UK Mains power cable

System Requirements:

* Windows XP/Vista compatible
* One free USB 2.0 port
* EZ VHS Converter software is NOT Mac compatible, however the unit will work with iMovie and iVideo software on the Mac

Dimensions

* Measures: 37cm(L) x 8.4cm(W) x 24.1cm(H)
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9y, 3w agoFound 9 years, 3 weeks ago
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#1
You can do this a lot cheaper buy buying a VO/VI graphics card,or a break out box and just connect your video (and loads of other stuff) I have a Miglia breakout box,that does everything and was about £70 if I remember right on evilbay. Handy,and convenient, but a bit pricey I think :thumbsup:
#2
Agreed.

I think this is very expensive.

Most people have an old video player knocking about, so all you need is an analogue video card, such as this one for under £25.
3 Likes #3
And.. If you don't want the hassle of cracking your PC open, and want USB...

Then this for £9 is all you need.
#4
do they ship to the UK though ? seems a tad dearer over here , http://www.amazon.co.uk/Belkin-Hi-Speed-USB-2-0-Creator/dp/B00008KIUI
#5
RamMalc
do they ship to the UK though ? seems a tad dearer over here , http://www.amazon.co.uk/Belkin-Hi-Speed-USB-2-0-Creator/dp/B00008KIUI


They do yes and you normally get the stuff in a week if it is in stock and shipping is free, personally one of my fave sites on the net.
#6
Don't want to seem picky, but why don't any of these things ever sport a scart socket? How difficult would it be, exactly?

Cracking deal from DealExtreme, though. Hadn't seen that one.

Tim
#7
adambaz
And.. If you don't want the hassle of cracking your PC open, and want USB...

Then this for £9 is all you need.


Wow really intrigued buy this!!! No joke i have been putting off converting some stuff from 2001 that is currently on my sony 8mm camera, but can't be asked with all the hassle of wires and getting my old tv card out my old pc etc etc. How good will the quality be? Repped for that product!
#8
Reviews of that USB Capture thing for £9 at bottom of this page:
http://www.usbfever.com/index_eproduct_view.php?products_id=218
banned#9
You want to have a pretty fast pc to use something to convert that doesn't do it on board. If your pc's a bit slow you are likely to get jerky pictures.
#10
colinsunderland
You want to have a pretty fast pc to use something to convert that doesn't do it on board. If your pc's a bit slow you are likely to get jerky pictures.


True but i think this should be ok for just about any recent pc, most important is using a USB 2.0 port.
#11
colinsunderland
You want to have a pretty fast pc to use something to convert that doesn't do it on board. If your pc's a bit slow you are likely to get jerky pictures.


Yeah, but regardless... I'd rather spend £9 on a capture device £140 on upgrading my pc than to spend £149 on that USB capture device.

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