|Part Number||USB 2.0 Video Capture Adapter|
|Item Weight||0.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.6 x 6.5 x 0.7 inches|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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- Model DC60 -- USB 2.0 interface, Plug & Play;Video Connectors: 1 x S-Video, 1 x RCA composite
- Audio Connectors: stereo RCA (Left and Right)
- Includes video editor software: Ulead Video Studio 8.0 SE DVD
- Compatible with Windows 2000 / XP / Vista (Not compatible w/ Vista 64)
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If you have any troubles with the product, go to youtube, look up some quality settings and follow them. You will have a great product.
What comes in the box: the USB adapter and software CD. To set this up, first you have to install the CD on your computer, then google a serial key for the software (which was annoying, perhaps there is a better way, but this is the fastest.) Alternatively, if you have another video capture software, you can use that too. To set it up, you just plug in your console to the yellow port, turn on the software, select USB composite device, and there you go.
If you are looking for HD-quality, then you will have to spend the extra money. Still, this device puts out a great picture, after you edit the colors and brightness, which is very easy to do with the provided software. However, I read in some places that the audio ports on the device itself gives out delayed sound. I don't know about this for sure, because I haven't tried. I instead bought a $3 RCA to Aux Adapter as well, which I plug the Red and White RCA cables into on one end and plug my speakers/headphones into the other. (i suggest Monoprice's adapter.)
tl;dr, this device is amazing. it does what these expensive converters claim to do at a fraction of the cost, if you're willing to work for it. This is definitely the best option for setting up a console on a laptop screen.
To summarize it, there are two different computer chips in the EasyCAP.
One variety is known by the models numbers STK1150 or STK1150, built by a company called Syntek. These work with the appropriate drivers, which are a bit of a chore to track down, but apparently can be found.
The other variety identifies as "SM-USB 007" or "SMI Grabber DEV" when plugged in and installing drivers. This one does not appear to support audio capture, or does not have the drivers necessary. You must patch the red and white RCA coming out of the device you have your video tape in into a microphone jack. These adapters are available from more electronic boutiques, but the audio quality can suffer.
In the end, you may be advised to go with the EZCap instead, as it is the genuine product to which this is a knock-off.
TL;DR Some of these EasyCAPs are made with inferior parts and software and are nigh impossible to patch around. You're running a gamble this.
I have a security DVR which gives me direct AVI extracts out of its USB port, but without audio. So my project was to find a way to video capture extracts from the DVR. I bought this EasyCap. Had to make several passes with the WinXP driver install routines until all of EasyCap's drivers installed. Then I installed their video capture software. I was able to get sound but only got fuzz in the video display panel. Then tried Win XPs Movie Maker. Same thing albeit more frustrating. Movie Maker would lock up after each attempt. Next, I went out on a video capture software hunt and tried several other products which had trial downloads. No luck and I was almost at my wits end. My last stop happened to be nchsoftware, who offer the Debut video capture software. And the basic version is free.
Unbelieveably, after a little bit of fudging, the video feed from my dvr showed up in the Debut display on my pc. This amazing software lets you record in any of multiple formats: vcd, avi, mp4, etc. There are a couple of quirks, not so huge though. One is that in the 'tools' options to adjust the device I have to keep changing the video input format to NTSC_M each time I launch Debut. Culprit is EasyCap which keeps defaulting to PAL_B. Not sure why PAL_B was chosen as default while marketing to the US. Secondly, while recording I can see the green audio bar moving in the Debut display panel but cannot hear the audio.
After I 'stop' the recording session and replay the newly created file from 'recordings' on the menu I have both video and sound in the file.
Hope this information will help you too. Saved my day. And I recommend a robust donation to nch software for the free version of Debut. Alternately, buy the Debut Plus to support the company. They have a huge line of other video related products.
Hope this info helps you and good luck.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As simple as advertised. I'm using it for VHS to DVD. The only problem i had is the video only showed my pc camera even though i selected 'composite'. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Elizabeth Skelnik
This is a ok capture card, I got it to use to get my parents old vhs wedding to dvd. The quality of the actually item isn't the best it will brake easily. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Mike
I was able to buy this to connect my playstation and gamecube to my laptop. As a college student I didn't want to bring a tv to school so this connector works perfectly to play... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Aisling Richard
Just trying to convert home VHS cam recorded tape to my computer. The software for this device won't allow this and states my home videos are "copyright" protected? Read morePublished 22 days ago by Randy Light
Completely simple, easy and effective! Easy to use software, behaves just like a digital VCR, recording whatever input it gets.Published 1 month ago by Jason A Gibson