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The DIGITNOW USB 2.0 Video Capture Card Device Converter is an easy-to-use, all-in-one device that can capture, convert, edit, and share analog video. It's small and compact, and it's easy to use, but it's a little expensive. The DIGITNOW converts all the analog video formats (VHS, VHS-C, SVHS, and analog video formats, such as Hi8, DVD, and TV box) to digital files. With DIGITNOW, you can easily capture, edit, and view your analog video in digital format, and you can also share it with your family, friends, and followers on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and many others. DIGITNOW is easy to use. With DIGITNOW, you can capture analog video from Almost Any Analog Video Source (VHS/VCR/Hi8/DVD/TV BOX) to Your Mac(except for MAC OS 10.14 and above) or PC(XP/Vista/Win7/Win8/Win10 32bit&64bit ). DIGITNOW also allows you to Capture Videos in Universal H.264 Digital Format AVI, MPEG2, MPEG4 and MP3(Audio only) to preserve your vinyl records in digital format, Ready for Windows Live Movie Maker, and YouTube. The DIGITNOW is small and compact, and it's also convenient to carry and to store. The DIGITNOW supports almost all video formats. With DIGITNOW, you can now enjoy all your old memories in digital format, and you can also share them with your family and friends on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and many other Social Media networking services. The DIGITNOW is World-ready; Handles NTSC, PAL and PAL/60 video. You can capture both audio and video from almost Any Analog Video Source with DIGITNOW.
Easy to use----Built-in video tutorial, comes with editing software, easy to carry, suitable size, can capture audio without sound card, support brightness, contrast, hue and saturation control
The DigitNow Video Capture Converter is a handy little device. It's small, portable, and easy to use. It comes with two cables—one for connecting your VHS player or camcorder to the unit, and one for connecting it to your computer. The DigitNow captured everything we threw at it, including VHS, DVD, and digital video. The converter's video quality is reasonably good, but it's no match for a dedicated converter like a Firewire or HDMI cable. The DigitNow's video quality is high enough to play back on a computer monitor, but it won't come close to the quality of a dedicated converter. The DigitNow also doesn't automatically install drivers, so you'll first need to make sure you have the appropriate drivers installed on your Mac or PC. The DigitNow is inexpensive, but not cheap. For the price, it's a solid video capture device that handles the basics well, but isn't as versatile as dedicated converters.
[No pre-processing required]---This high-end video capture card is plug and play, stable video transmission, and no pre-processing, we give away free video capture software, you can adjust the brightness, contrast, hue and saturation control, so that your The video is perfectly displayed and used together, you can also download your favorite software, such as OBS, to meet your individual needs and a perfect experience
The DIGITNOW USB 2.0 Audio/Video Converter is an easy-to-use device that lets you transfer analog video from VHS, DVD, and VCR to digital. It's easy to set up, and its small size makes the USB converter easy to take with you. The DIGITNOW converter is small enough to fit into the side pocket of a laptop case or backpack, and it's lightweight enough that you won't feel much extra weight if you carry it around all day. The converter supports a wide variety of video formats, including DVD+/-R/RW, DVD+/-VR, and DVD-Video. It can also convert MPEG-1/2, SVCD, and VCD to DVD+/-R/RW and DVD+/-VR. The DIGITNOW converter has built-in video capture software, which allows you to capture video from VCR, DVD, and VHS to digital. The converter lets you capture video in high-definition (720p), so it's a good choice for people who want to convert old VHS videos to digital. The DIGITNOW converter has a good image quality, and the video files it creates can be transferred to a computer using a USB cable. The converter supports video capture from 2 video sources at the same time, and video quality is good. The converter's image quality and video quality are comparable to those of the Capture Tech VFO Digital Video Recorder, which costs more than twice as much. The Capture Tech VFO, however, has better video quality, and it can capture 4K video (3840 by 2160). The DIGITNOW converter captures video at 720P, and it's a good choice for people who want to convert old VHS videos to digital. The DIGITNOW converter doesn't have all the features of the Capture Tech VFO, but it captures video in high-definition, and it's a good-quality converter at an affordable price.
EasySet Up :USB 2.0 interface, plug and play. This VCR to USB 2.0 capture can be used for Internet picture transfer/web conference/game recording. Connect the analog signal recorder to your laptop and convert the digital signal to capture high quality video and audio through the popular USB 2.0 interface, no external power supply is required.
The LalaMax USB Type A 2.0 Audio/Video Converter is a surprisingly capable device, and it's one of the best value-for-money converters we tested. It captured high-quality video and audio via USB 2.0, and it captured audio from tapes as well. (We caught an awkward moment in our test video where the camera informed us that the recording was interrupted, but testers were able to capture audio from the VHS tape.) It worked well with both DVD and VHS, and it had no problem handling 1080i video. For Mac users, the converter comes with a free download of a plug-in driver. Windows users, meanwhile, will need to use the included driver, which installs automatically. The dongle is compact and easy to work with, and it's powered by USB, so there's no need for an external power supply.
High QualityCapture high quality video and audio through the popular USB2.0 interface, no external power required
The RUBU USB 2.0 Audio Video Capture Card is simple to use, and it provides very good video quality. It's better than most of our previous picks, but it's far from perfect. The default settings don't support audio capture, and while you can force it to work with audio by going into the device's settings, it's kludgy. The video quality is also a bit on the soft side. It's a trade-off: you get high video quality, but your video could look a bit soft. But while some digital-to-analog converters, such as the AVerMedia model we tested, are expensive, RUBU's is affordable, and it performs well. If you don't need the highest video quality possible, the RUBUB is worth considering.
High QualityCapture high quality video and audio through the popular USB Type A 2.0 interface, no external power required
The RUBU USB Type A 2.0 Audio Video Capture Card is an excellent device for converting video from most analog video sources, including VHS, DVD, and VHS-C. It captures video in 480p or 720p, which can be converted to more than 30 different formats, including AVI, MPG, WMV, MP4, MKV, and MOV. The capture card comes with the software needed to capture video, including Capture Video, Capture Audio, and Capture Screen. The Capture Video software is easy to use, and the default settings are optimized for capturing video from VHS. You'll need to download the Capture Audio software separately, but the Capture Screen software comes packaged with the device and is very easy to use. The Capture Screen software allows you to capture a video of your entire desktop, or a select area, and save it to your computer as an image or video file. The capture card captures video in 480p or 720p, which is within range for most computer monitors. The card is easy to set up, and the software automatically downloads to your computer, so there's no need to install any drivers. The capture card also captures sound, with a microphone input, and captures audio in 48kHz or 44.1kHz, depending on the source. The RUBU USB Type A 2.0 Audio Video Capture Card is a great choice for converting video from analog sources, and it's inexpensive enough for occasional use.
This usb audio digitizer(audio converter) make user easily record live audio or transfer analog to be digital formats such as MP3, WAV. User can save&listen music on MP3 player, computer, portable CD player, or car stereo or home stereo system.
The AudioGrabber USB is a simple, reliable device for capturing and converting audio from an LP record player or cassette tape to a digital format. In our tests, it captured LP records with good quality, and the audio was digitized with reasonable fidelity. In our experience, the AudioGrabber's sound quality was slightly less than our top-rated model, but it's plenty good for casual listening. The AudioGrabber's capture time will vary depending on the length of the LP or cassette tape, but in our tests, it recorded up to 2 hours of audio on a 78-minute record. The AudioGrabber USB comes with a professional audio capture/converting software (Audacity) and online updating. The AudioGrabber USB is easy to use, and it's fully plug-and-play, so you don't need any extra power supply. The only drawback is that the AudioGrabber USB's audio output is not line-level, so you'll need a stereo RCA-to-USB or RCA-to-USB adapter to use it with line-level devices such as a cassette deck.
USB 2.0 Interface
The ION Audio Video 2 isn't exactly perfect, but it's the best converter we've tested to date, and it has several advantages over competitors.
USB Video Capture Adapter provides a link between a PC and a video device with RCA connector or S-Video connector, such VHS, VCR, DVD.Handles NTSC, SECAM, PAL and PAL/60 video and audio.Convert LP and Audio Cassettes to CD or MP3 Format.
The USB Video Converter is a surprisingly capable digital video capture card. It captured both audio and video from DVD, VCR, and HD sources with impressive quality. It also supports PAL and NTSC video resolutions, and the video it captured ran smoothly on all Windows platforms we tested it on. Unlike some digital capture cards, the USB Video Converter does not require a sound card, and it captures audio and video together, so you won't experience the video lag sometimes associated with such cards. The USB Video Converter is easy to use. Simply plug it into your computer's USB port, connect the video source to the converter, and the transfer begins. The converter also allows you to trim, crop, and edit video, and it supports audio capture as well. The USB Video Converter is inexpensive, too, making it a good value.
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.Capture High-quality Video & Audio through popular USB 2.0 interface and not need external power.
The AV200 is an easy-to-use, affordable USB to VHS converter that works great with older VCRs, TVs, and DVD players. Unlike some converters, this one doesn't require you to install any software. Simply plug the AV200 into the USB port of your computer, connect the AV200's RCA cables to your VCR, TV, or DVD player, and plug the AV200's video output cables into your PC or monitor. The AV200 is easy to use, and it offers good image quality. Our only complaint is that the AV200 doesn't support VGA, so it's limited to monitors and TVs with a VGA output.