Geniatech Mygica Capit USB 2.0 Video Capture Adapter Device, HDD, MPEG, MPEG4, MPEG2, MPEG1, Direct Video Uploading to YouTube, iPod, iPad and PSP Conversion, Windows 7 32/64bit Ready, Convert Home Videos, TV Show or Gameplay to Quality DVDs
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- Convert recorded files to iPod video, PSP
- Send home video files to YouTube Account directly with supplied software
- Eesy to use recording button, push to start push to stop capture button
- Extremely high quality digitizing chipset inside, more clear, rich color and sharp video
- Capture video source from VHS, V8, and Hi8
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Capture video clips from your video source with this Capit such as VHS/VCR/DVD/DV camcorder before they disappear by using the included software. You can record the selected clips easily while you are watching the movies playing on your video device, Also you can convert any video files and customize your favorite video files and edit the captured video files, adding titles, music, and a lot of transitions. you can burn all the edited contents on to DVD/VCD/SVCD, or save to iPod, PSP and other mobile phones, or just submit them to YouTube or share with others.Features:
* Extremely high quality digitizing chipset inside, more clear, rich color and sharp video
* Convert recorded files to iPod video, PSP and other mobile phones (not all)
* Burn edited files onto DVD, VCD, and SVCD...
* Capture video source from VHS, V8, and Hi8...
* Submit video files to YouTube
* USB device, easy to install
* USB 2.0 PnP Interface, USB video/audio transfer (Proviesion)
* Automatic NTSC/PAL detection
* Capture the Video directly into MPEG 4 / 2 / 1 Format
* Capture Video Source from VHS, V8, Hi8, etc.
* Support Still Image Capture in JPEG or BMP format
* Burn video files on to DVD/VCD/SVCD
* NTSC: 720 x 480 @30 FPS
* PAL: 720x576 @25 FPS
External video input:
*Composite and S-Video
* Video Capit USB2.0 Capture Device
* A/V multi-cable 3-3
* Installation Manual
* Video Capture/Editing Software CD
* Pentium-lll 1GHz or higher (recommended)
* 256 MB RAM of system memory or above (recommended)
*Graphics Card (Must support DirectX 9.0c)
* Sound Card (AC97 compatible sound card)
* 1GB Free HD Sapce
* Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7 (Both 32 and 64bits)
Top customer reviews
Magica Capit was an inexpensive replacement. I just bought it and have been transferring old home movies to my computer. The drivers and software were easy to install. Using it is a cinch. I just plug my old camcorder to it and play the movies. I use Capit's EZ Grabber software to capture the video directly to mp2 format. Of course, I could also use my video editing software to capture the video, but I like EZ Grabber.
UPDATE: When watching the videos, I notice the video and audio are out of sync. I thought at first it was the fault of the video editor, but I looked at the file and that is how it was captured. It's not like that on my original copy and it's a little annoying.
UPDATE: I thought I found success when I used Power Director to capture the video. On my first tape, the audio synced, but that success was fleeting. I tried again with another tape and had the same problem. So, back to three stars.
The device doesn't come with a manual, and at first, it would not give me any sound from the vcr tape. Only after fiddling with it for about 2 hours did I find a setting that would allow the video tape sound to play, but then the video wouldn't stay visible. More fiddling and I finally found the correct setting to get the video tape to play with the sound and record it all onto the computer.
For such a simple conversion device, it was not at all simple.
Due to the relatively low video quality, I have dumped this product for one with a HDMI input.
I use the Capit for video conferencing at work - taking the signal from a standard definition video camera and sending it into the computer for Skype and other video conferencing solutions. The driver installation was straight forward (follow the instructions and don't plug the stick in until AFTER you install the drivers!), and once I changed the video format settings from PAL to NTSC, everything works great. And unlike the VC500, it keeps the NTSC setting (hallelujah!).
I bought several of the Capit sticks to deploy around our workplace for video conferencing!
It works alright, there are some issues though. The video seems to have a bad connection every once in a while as you're viewing it on the computer even though on the camcorder display the tape looks fine.
But its still better than nothing.
Audio and video sync fine.
The editing software sucks. I can't find any way to cut out parts of the middle (long pauses of blue screen from the cassette tapes)