Dazzle DM22000 Hi-Speed Universal 8 in 1 Digital Media Reader/Writer
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- Transferring pictures and other files to your computer has never been faster or easier. If your PC or Macintosh has USB 2.0, you gain extra high-speed data transfer
- Bundled with Dazzle OnDVD software, you can make photo slideshows and burn them to a CD for playback on your DVD player
- Not compatible with new XD card format, or SDHC.
- Works with notebook or desktop computer
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From the Manufacturer
Edit movies with Studio QuickStart
Pinnacle's Studio QuickStart software makes editing movies on your PC or laptop as easy as one-two-three.
Step One: Capture
Attach your camcorder or VCR to the Fusion breakout box, install Pinnacle's Studio QuickStart software, and capture the video clips you want to your computer's hard drive.
Step Two: Edit
Import your photo and video clips, then drag-and-drop them onto the editing timeline. From there, trim the clips, add a 2-D or 3-D transition and title or two, and sync the whole project up with your favorite music (Studio QuickStart supports CD, MP3, and WAV audio). If you want to get really creative, try out a few of the software's built-in special effects features.
Step Three: Output
Add menus and chapter breaks and burn a disc that can play in your living room DVD player. Studio QuickStart saves your finished movie in any number of formats, including AVI, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, RealVideo, or Windows Media Format. Use RealVideo and Windows Media Format to export your video to the web, and use MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 to export your video onto VCD, SVCD, or DVD.
With all of these features and more, it's easy to see why Dazzle Fusion is the perfect all-in-one solution for camcorder and digital camera owners.
- S-Video, composite analog video in
- Stereo RCA audio in
- USB interface
- Works with USB 1.0 and USB 2.0 machines
- Saves movies as AVI, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, RealVideo, or Windows Media Format
- Timeline-based authoring for DVD, VCD, and S-VCD
Top Customer Reviews
So when it crashes (which is frequent) the 16 bit emulator takes all of the cpu time! Then the stuff wont un-install, so you have to figure out where it is running in the registry and remove it by hand! One of the WORST products that we have ever bought here!
The Zio web site ZioCorp.com under the FAQ section for Multi Function Readers has the following information:
Q I downloaded my pictures to my computer using the 8 in 1 reader and when I put the card back into my camera it no longer works. I get a format error. Formatting it in the reader does not solve the problem.
A - This is due to old firmware that will need to be upgraded. Please email our Technical Support department at email@example.com to initiate the RMA process. Your media will need to be formatted as well and our support team can assist with that.
The company did not care to respond to my e-mail.
Some may not be aware that WinXP and Win2000 (with Service Pack 4) already have Microsoft's USB drivers included in them. So if you are running either of these systems, do NOT install the supplied drivers as they may actually reduce the performance of the device. Try it BEFORE you install any drivers, if it works, then DON'T install them. I have read that you may limit the speed to USB 1 or cause other problems if you install unnecessary drivers; probably you should use the supplied CD only if you are running Win98.
I have used the reader/writer with CF cards up to 512 MB and SD cards up to 1 GB and have had no problems whatsoever; I cannot speak for other media types. Make sure you are inserting the card the right way which is not so obvious: CF cards go in with the label side up, same as in your camera, but SD cards with the label down, and of course with the electrical contacts on the leading edge. This model does not have any indicator lights that show when a card is inserted properly, but I got such a good deal on it I can't really complain about that.
Re some of the complaints in other reviews: the guy who says he put a CF card in sideways and couldn't get it out must be talking about SD cards which are much smaller; I tried and it is impossible to insert a CF card to the point of losing it. Another guy complained about an issue with an unsupported card type. These complaints are totally unfair. If your garden hose got chewed up because you ran over it with your new lawnmower, would you blame the lawnmower manufacturer because they didn't tell you not to do that? If you do something dumb, take responsibility for it yourself, don't blame the manufacturer.
I have reinstalled the drivers and hardware more times than I can count, to no avail. I contacted technical support months ago and they sent me down a couple of silly paths that weren't helpful. I now see that the Dazzle website no longer has information for this product. Their knowledgebase only points to Pinnacle's website...
I can't vouch for performance with other Windows OS's, but if you have Windows 2k, BEWARE!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
used as a back-up for down loading in-car video when wireless does not work.....product works well and fixs needs of the department...Published on April 22, 2013 by Sgt. Jacky Hiles
This will be the 7th one I bought..... they are one handy item in a studio! They never fail! EVER!Published on February 2, 2010 by Larry Holter
i've used these for years with both tiger and now leopard, works great on both os. i've never had a problem on any mac.Published on December 9, 2007 by Karron L. Lane
I have two of these that I use on my Macintosh systems and they work great. They appear to be better built than similar priced devices that I have previously purchased.Published on October 10, 2006 by rdy
I've had this for a couple of years now, and it's worked reliably for me with a 2gb microdrive, and a CF card. Read morePublished on April 8, 2006 by Mark S. Holden
I unknowingly inserted an unsupported SM card and Dazzle deleted all photos/movies.Published on May 27, 2005 by cjb
Works fine under Win2K but the problems are mechanical. The vertical stand is useless. Also, do not insert a CF card sideways!!! Read morePublished on February 6, 2005 by figsys