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Sabrent USB-AVCPT A/V-to-USB 2.0 Digital Video Adapter

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  • Sabrent USB 2.0 Video Capture Adapter provides a link between a PC and a video device with RCA connector or S-Video connector, such VHS, VCR, DVD
  • USB 2.0 interface, plug and play. Support brightness, contrast, hue, and saturation control. Capture audio without the sound card.
  • Support All Video Formats: DVD+/-R/RW, DVD+/-VR, and DVD-Video. Applying to internet conference / net meeting. Support NTSC, PAL Video format.
  • Video input: One RCA composite, One S-Video. Audio input : Stereo audio (RCA)//Dimension (L)88mm x (W)28mm x (H)18mm. USB bus power.
  • Package Contents: 1 x EasyCAP USB 2.0 Video Adapter with Audio, 1 x USB Cable, 1 x Quick Installation Guide, 1 x CD-ROM
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  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 7 x 1.2 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0011N9QNC
  • Item model number: USB-AVCPT
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (88 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 2, 2004

Product Description

Use this audio/video capture device to connect a camcorder, VCR, TV, or DVD player to a PC so you can work with video. It captures quality, full-screen video so it's perfect for making DVDs, video CDs, or converting video files to transfer to your favorite mobile video device. Besides watching video on your laptop or desktop PC, you can also record the full motion video or take a snapshot/still frame image from different devices, such as a DV camcorder, VCR, DVD player, satellite receiver, or security surveillance system.

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Customer Reviews

Software only installs on Vista 32 not 64.
William Albus
I did get the correct driver to install and the software did successfully download from a tape to AVI on my computer.
J. Tessier
While tech support is responsive their suggestions are utterly useless.
Brian

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69 of 72 people found the following review helpful By bayoutides on October 22, 2009
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This is a great product...with a few reservations. But bear some things in mind and read through the other reviews before you purchase. First, you'll find that a lot of people have complained about problems with Vista; I use XP. Second, you'll see that others have complained of the software. So I just ignored it and installed the drivers only. It works fine with various alternate software, Windows Movie Maker, for example, so why bother. (I couldn't get it to work properly with Roxio 9, however; but I blame that on Roxio.) Speaking of drivers, by the way, I'm not sure why so many people have had problems with them (except for Vista users). The ones that came with the unit were identical to those I downloaded from the internet, and both worked (again, for XP). Having said all that, the first unit I purchased was defective -- couldn't get the device to install properly. I decided to take the chance that it was a manufacturer's defect and return it in exchange for another. The second one installed without a glitch and worked perfectly...almost. The primary use was to salvage old VHS tapes. I never experienced any problems with video/audio synch, and the quality was every bit as good as the tapes themselves. I did, however, have a periodic crackle/scritch in the audio. After a lot of research without useful results (people advising you to buy gold wires, etc.), I found a video on YouTube that solved the problem in sixty seconds. This fellow pointed out that if the internal wiring was a bit bunched it would cause the unit to get hot (mine was), causing this problem. I followed his recommendation: popped open the case (with my thumbnail), gently pushed the wiring down a little, closed the case back up...and it worked like a charm. You have to consider the price.Read more ›
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Cubs Fan on January 7, 2010
This device works very well, and it did just what I wanted it to do (converting home videos to digital media). I'll give it four stars, though, since it's not simple to set up, and there are virtually no instructions. Here's what I did to make mine work:

First of all, I'm running Windows XP, SP3, so I can't speak to the way this product works on Vista. Also, make sure your computer is fairly powerful if you're going to use this device (mine is 2.20 GHz, with 3.46 GB of RAM and plenty of space on the hard drive). Finally, the device only worked for me when it was plugged directly into the USB port on my computer; the USB extension cord provided rendered it inoperable.

--You may need to download the correct drivers for your device. If this is the case (that is, if the device doesn't work properly with the drivers on the CD-ROM), run a search on Google for drivers for STK1160 (not STK1150 as the product would have you believe). Before I downloaded the correct drivers, the device wouldn't transmit video, but after I found them, everything worked great.

--I didn't install the software included on the CD-ROM. As another reviewer has mentioned, there's no need to do this, especially if, as others report, the software is not user-friendly and slows down the computer. I couldn't get this device to work with Adobe products or VirtualDub, but with the right drivers, it did work with Windows Movie Maker. But there are smaller, easier programs that capture video also: see below.

--For capturing videos, I used a free program called Virtual VCR, which you can download after a Google search. I also looked at AMCap, which is great but has a 15-minute capture limit on the software demo (you could purchase the software, though, which isn't expensive).
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21 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Diversified Programming on February 15, 2008
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This is the only product i've ever seen that isnt recognized by its own software! This has crashed my powerful machine 3 times and none of my software (except Windows USB BUS) even sees it. The manual is also in quasi-english so is no help either. This is being returned.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Dan27 on January 9, 2014
I have Windows 8.1 Pro. I installed the driver that came on the included CD. If successful It will add 2 items to your device manager. A Line USB Audio Device, and a USB 2861 Device to "sound video and game controllers".

Heed the following advice:

1) The included software (Corel video studio) has too many quirks to be useful. I found it defaulted to sampling at some low resolution... maybe 320x200... if you increased it to NTSC at 720x480, the video would stop saving properly in the middle. I did get it to work for 2 hours at 320x200... but who wants decreased video? Also it defaults to S-Video, and you have to switch to composite before your video will even save at all...

2) The included USB cable extension causes even more problems... DO NOT USE THE ADDITIONAL EXTENSION CORD

3) Download VLC Media Player. It is open source and will work with the driver. You will be using the Media->Convert/Save option. In the file settings it defaults to saving MP4 files with a sound format that will not play by default in windows media player...though maybe in other players I did not try... Change the sound codec to MP3 and everything will be fine. Also check the "de-interlace" option for a nice finish. in the video size text box type in 720x480 to get the correct res... there is no drop down box...

Cheers!
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