- Video Capture Device-Connect the analog signal video recorder with your PC/Laptop and Achieve the conversion to digital signal
- Video Capture Card-Capture High-quality Video & Audio through popular USB 2.0 interface and not need external power
- VHS to DVD Converter-Support for most formats: record in DVD+/-R/RW,DVD/-VR,and DVD-Video
- Support Brightness, Contrast, Hue, and Saturation Control
- Capture audio without the sound card
UCEC Easier to capture your old video & shows & games
Before the age of smartphones, tablets, social media and even digital cameras, there was the VHS cassette time. It was the only way to record and store all of our videos. Some of your most cherished moments in life are on VHS format – TV shows, music videos from the 80s, weddings and your kids’ birthdays. This Video Grabber easily collects data from your original source (in this case a VHS player), and displays it beautifully on your PC or laptop. At the same time it is recording and saving it for editing later.
Function for every interface
White: for audio in
Red: for audio in
Yellow: for CVBS in
Black: for S-Video in
PC/Laptop Port is the popular USB 2.0 type.
Chip Model: UTV007
Support NTSC/PAL video format
Support high quality video resolution NTSC: 720×480@30fps, PAL: 720×576@25fps
Support input Formats: record in DVD+/-R/RW, DVD+/-VR, and DVD-Video
Video input: One RCA composite, One S-video
Audio input: Stereo audio(RCA)
Support output Formats: DV, AVI, MPEG, WMV, VCD, DVD
Dimension: (L)90mm x (W)26mm x (H)15mm, portable and easy to store, plug &play
Include Professional Video Capture Software: Honestech TVR 2.5
1.The product key is printed on the mini CD itself.
2.The User Manual is all about the Hardware Installation and Software Installation.
Get the manual by right-clicking to open the CD Drive Disk instead of double left-
clicking which directly begins the software installation.
3.As to the specific operation, please follow up the instruction of the software player
or refer to the Hones tech TVR Help file.
(See it by clicking the “?” icon on the lower right of the software player interface)