StarTech.com USB 2.0 S-Video and Composite Video Capture Cable TV Tuners and Video Capture SVID2USB2NS
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- Supports NTSC, PAL and SECAM input formats as well as the selection of MPEG, WMV or AVI output file types offering flexibility
- Small, lightweight, USB powered device provides a sleek and portable video capture solution
- Free lifetime StarTech.com technical support
- Small and lightweight for portability or on the go applications
- USB 2.0 transfer rates for high quality video capturing
- Choose from MPEG 1 / MPEG 2 / MPEG 4 video encoding
- Up to 30 fps motion capture capability at maximum resolution of 720x480(NTSC) / 720x576(PAL)
- Snapshot function allows you to capture still images
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Capture S-Video and composite video to your PC as digital media
The SVID2USB2NS USB 2.0 S-Video and Composite video Capture Cable lets you connect devices that output S-Video or Composite video to a computer, through an available USB 2.0 port.
The perfect solution for bridging a computer and an S-Video or Composite video source, the capture cable offers real time MPEG 1, MPEG 2 and MPEG 4 recording. Small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, the Capture Cable is a great solution for mobile applications and integrates seamlessly with laptop and desktop computers. If you require audio with your video capture please see StarTech. com's S-Video to USB 2.0 Video Capture Cable(SVID2USB2). Backed by a StarTech. com 2-year warranty and free lifetime technical support.
What's in the Box
- 1 - USB Video Capture Cable
- 1 - Driver CD
- 1 - Instruction Manual
Top Customer Reviews
I tried it on the s-video terminal and composite video connections but neither worked. And by the way if you want to go to from camera to their cords you neeed to get a cord with a male-to-male connection so you can plug it into your camera/tape player and their adapter.
With composite video, I did get sound but no video ( yes, the connectors were on the right color ). It didn't make sense, the controls said it was taping through s-video but when I checked the set-up configuration it said it was taping from composite video.
It could be a software compatability problem with my computer or something but I couldn't get mine to work.