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Hde EasyCAP USB 2.0 Audio/Video Capture/Surveillance Dongle (AS-EZ-CAP1)

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  • USB 2.0 interface
  • Capture Video and Audio through USB 2.0 interface
  • Supports NTSC, PAL, SECAM Video Format
  • Support Brightness, Contrast, Hue and Saturation control
  • USB Bus Power
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 6.5 x 1.5 inches ; 0.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000Z4AQFU
  • Item model number: AS-EZ-CAP1
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (463 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description

Capture and Edit High Quality Video and Audio with this Easy CAP AS-EZ-CAP1 USB 2.0 Video Capture Box. This Easy CAP AS-EZ-CAP1 can capture high quality video and audio via its USB 2.0 interface and without the use of a sound card! It's an ideal video capture solution for a notebook! With the included software CD editing video is a breeze! A USB 2.0 interface makes it simple to install and with support for NTSC, PAL, and SECAM video formats you'll be on your way to video capturing in no time! Its small size makes it the ideal companion to your notebook! Order today! Features/Specifications: Easy CAP AS-EZ-CAP1 USB 2.0 Video Capture Box General Features: USB 2.0 interface Capture Video and Audio through USB 2.0 interface Supports NTSC, PAL, SECAM Video Format Support Brightness, Contrast, Hue and Saturation control Support for all formats: record in DVDR/RW, DVDVR and DVD-VideoUSB Bus Power Plug and Play Video Resolution:NTSC: 720 x 480 at 30 fpsPAL: 720 x 756 at 25 fpsVideo Input: One (1) RCA Composite One (1) S-Video Audio Input: Left and Right RCA Regulatory Approvals:FCCCEC-TickRoHS Package Includes: Easy CAP AS-EZ-CAP1 USB 2.0 Video Capture BoxUSB extension cable Software CDQuick Installation Guide Additional Information: Notes:P/N: AS-EZ-CAP1 (DC60+)Requirements: Windows XP/Vista Pentium 4 and above Available USB 2.0 port4 GB + hard drive space256 MB RAM Compatible windows sound cardCD-ROM drive

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I really wanted a Capture Card for making YouTube videos of gaming.
Noah
After installing the software and plugging in the video adapter, my son found that his computer did not recognize that any drivers for the device had been installed.
Beth66
They are now known as EZCAP dont buy this product buy the real one, i wasted my time and money on this hunk of junk.
Steve0Yea

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

296 of 316 people found the following review helpful By LovingChristian on December 19, 2009
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With all the negative comments about this product I wanted to give it a fair chance. I am writing this review because as a fellow online purchaser, product feedback is very important in making your purchase decisions. I almost did not buy this product because of the negative reviews but for $15 I figured it would be worth the risk and now I am glad I bought it. I have made a couple DVDs so far and it has been trial and error but I am getting better each time. This product works and so far is working great. The hardest part is learning to use the software that comes in the package with the Easycap. Just a few steps to get you going... Put the disc in prior to inserting the easy cap. When it autoruns then click on the install driver option. (There are more in depth directions that come with the product but they were in broken English so I'm trying to help with that.) The directions say to tell it not to search the internet then continue on and eventually you will get to a screen that says it has not passed windows logo testing. The directions say to click "continue anyway". Once the drivers are installed then plug in the device. Complete the install new hardware wizard and then it will probably show another device which is the sound and it should install itself. After everything is finished, then on the disc menu click install video studio. Install that and you are ready to go. Plug in your other device (VCR, gaming system, camcorder etc.)Start up the program and click on videostudio editor, it will load up and then click on the capture tab. Then click on the video capture button. (Be patient here this might take a little bit to load stuff in but it won't show it loading it also might mute your system while the sound is integrating.) There is a format line.Read more ›
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165 of 175 people found the following review helpful By killerviral on March 23, 2010
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This product is great but not perfect it has better quality then a DAzzle but only after i change some settings in the capture area heres how i did it
1. click capture video but don't capture.
2. click video type.
3. click mpeg.
4. click options, then click the 'SECOND' option.
5. click capture up in the tabs of the options.
6. move the quality meter all the way up to 100%.
7. then click advance.
8. make the quality DVD then scroll to the bottom then click 720 by 620 NTSC or the PAL option right below it if your in Europe.
9. the click display area and make it 16.9 then make the bit rate constant bit rate.
10. keep the audio were it is expect if the bit rate is under or above 224kbps then make it 224kbps to remove static.
11. now download a media encoder because MPEG isn't compatible with alot of programs.
13. Now record i bet the quality will be 999999999X better!
14. now click this review was helpful.
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140 of 156 people found the following review helpful By Beth66 on December 31, 2009
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I recently bought one of these and I think I may know why so many people are having issues with getting theirs working. Many of the EasyCAP DC60s being distributed are cheap, poor-quality (and often broken) fakes. I purchased one of these video adapters as a belated birthday present for my son. The item I bought was listed as "new", but when he opened the package, he found that the CD that contained the software for the installation and operation of the adapter was a Mitsubishi brand blank disk with said software burned onto it. My son assumed that I had simply bought him a used EasyCAP, that the previous owner had lost the original CD and that he had burned a replacement CD before selling it back. After installing the software and plugging in the video adapter, my son found that his computer did not recognize that any drivers for the device had been installed. After researching drivers and fixes to the problem, my son eventually found the website of Shenzhen Forward Video, the supposed official manufacturer of the EasyCAP DC60+. Shenzhen Forward Video has given a statement ([...]) claiming that someone has been poorly reproducing and distributing EasyCAP products. In addition to that, it appears as though Shenzhen Forward Video never made an EasyCAP DC60 in the first place; the only model listed on their website with "DC60" in the name is their DC60+, of which production has been discontinued.

I am not the only person to have come to the conclusion that they were sold an imitation. During his search for a solution to the drivers problem, my son found a website ([...]) where someone else who had unwittingly bought two broken EasyCAPs and managed to get his hands on a third, working model posted photos comparing the real thing to the reproductions.

If you're looking to buy a video adapter, I would suggest that you stay clear of the "EasyCAP" brand altogether because you may not get what you paid for.
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 9, 2010
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Great on Xbox 360 just make sure you have all your formats correct and it gets the job done. i dont know why it has so many poor reviews i believe you have to know somewhat about computers before you jump to video editing and capturing this device isnt hard to use at all but you have to know more about computers then sending emails and going on youtube to use it at your full desire.

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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Yours Truly on July 21, 2009
Hello All:

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.

Ahmed
USA
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