Sabrent USB 2.0 Video & Audio Capture DVD Maker [A/V-to-USB 2.0 Digital Video Adapter] (USB-AVCPT)
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Description du produit
The Sabrent USB-AVCPT transmits and captures the Audio/Video signals from analog devices on to your Desktop or Notebook PC without the need for a sound card. Simply plug one end of this adapter into your computer and the other end into your device. This is great way to capture Video from VHS/VCR/DVD players, spycams, camcorders, cameras, and game consoles. Then easily transfer the recorded data to a DVD. Moreover, you can also capture your most intense gaming moments on your computer as well! Simply plug any game console with an RCA connection into the USB-AVCPT, you will be able to record all the headshots, touchdowns, close calls, and awesome moments that you experience while gaming, into a video which you can then share with the world. The USB-AVCPT supports both modern and classic consoles, making it extremely useful for videogame reviewers and gamers who want to show off their skills. With support for multiple capture formats, such as AVI, MPEG, WMV, etc, you will have control over the size and quality of every video capture.
Composite In (Yellow RCA).
Connects to the Device (option 1).
Connects to the Device (option 2).
Stereo Audio In (Red, White RCA).
No external power required, fully USB bus powered.
Supports NTSC: Capture rate of 30 fps at resolutions up to 720 x 480.
Supports PAL: Capture rate of 25 fps at resolutions up 720 x 576.
Supports all video formats: DVD+/-R/RW, DVD+/-VR, and DVD-Video.
Windows: 2000/XP/Vista/7 (Both 32-bit & 64-bit versions)
What's in the box
USB Video Creator
USB Extension Cable
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Since I purchased a used one it didn't come with the installation disk, so in order for me to install it, I had to download the driver and software that come with the disk online from the Sabrent website. The instructions that came with the device is well informative, but it didn't really help me to properly install the device; I had to figure that on my own.
This device works by plugging in the USB on to your PC or laptop and plugging in the device you want to capture from with the composite or S-video cables respectively. Since the cables on this device are really short, I had to keep the device I wanted to record from close to my PC but this wasn't much of a problem. You get what you pay for, so the quality of the video it captures isn't all that great but it isn't bad.
This device works as it should and I do recommend it to anyone who wants to capture video and audio for a very low price. If you're not good with computers, then installing and using the software with this device may be difficult for you.
Apparently my older camera is not compatible with the software and the Sabrent support person said they "they do not work for Sony" and did not know why it would not work. Yeah thanks for wasting my day with your dumb software Sabrent! I should change you for my time you idiots!
Good luck if you buy this, really you are going to need it.And time, lots of time to trouble shoot this craptacular device/software .
Here's the biggest problem that I had: ONLY THE RIGHT CHANNEL RECORDS AUDIO.
This is an extremely bad problem, because many devices will not play the audio at all, whereas if it was only the left channel which recorded then at least devices would recognize it and play it in mono mode. In order to make it work I have to go through several steps. First extract the audio from the video. Next go into an audio editing program and copy the right channel to the left channel, also increasing the volume while I'm at it because it records at a very low level. Then completely strip the old audio from the original video file. Finally I can combine the new audio file with the no-audio video file.
After dealing with the audio I convert it, because that actually cleans up the picture somewhat.
The Ulead video software is clumsy, and it is difficult to find the best setting in order to record even halfway decent video. I had to start recording 2 to 3 times per video because it would lock up, as well. I switched to using Nero Vision Xtra which was a vast improvement, but regardless of the software, it still only records on the right audio channel.
Because of all of the steps which I have to go through in order to end up with an acceptable video, I do not recommend this product.
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