Elgato Video Capture, Capture analog video for your Mac or PC, iPad and iPhone, white

June 1, 2017 - Comment

Digitize video from a VCR, camcorder and other analog video sources for playback on your Mac, PC and iPad. Transfer video to your Mac or PC from a VCR, DVR, camcorder, or any other analog video device as a high quality H.264 file. Elgato Video Capture’s easy-to-use software assists you through every step, from connecting

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Digitize video from a VCR, camcorder and other analog video sources for playback on your Mac, PC and iPad. Transfer video to your Mac or PC from a VCR, DVR, camcorder, or any other analog video device as a high quality H.264 file. Elgato Video Capture’s easy-to-use software assists you through every step, from connecting an analog video device to capturing video and choosing how you will watch and share it. There is no easier way to digitize home videos to playback on your computer, to sync with an iPad or iPhone, to edit in iMovie or Windows Live Movie Maker, or to upload to YouTube.

Product Features

  • Transfer video from a VCR or other analog video source to your Mac or PC
  • Easy-to-use software guides you through every step
  • Captures video in the universal H.264 digital format – ready for iPad, iMovie, Windows Live Movie Maker, and YouTube
  • World-ready; handles NTSC, SECAM, PAL and PAL/60 video
  • Comes with Elgato Video Capture, Composite-to-SCART adapter, Composite video/RCA stereo cable

Comments

Randy Forgaard says:

Works great with Windows 7, plus a comparison with competing products My apologies for this long review. Hopefully, though, it will be useful to someone. 

Dennis O'Neill says:

Elgato Video Capture simplified conversion of 90 VHS and mini DV video tapes to H.264 encoded MP4 video I used the Elgato Video Capture device and software to convert 50 family VHS tapes and 40 family mini DV tapes. I used the elgato’s composite video (yellow), left audio (white), right audio (red) to connect to my VHS player for conversion of the VHS tapes. I used the elgato’s S-Video, left audio (white) and right audio (red) cables to connect to my mini DV camcorder for conversion of the mini DV tapes. I had to supply my own cabling between the elgato and my VHS player as well as between the elgato and my min DV camcorder. All 90 tapes were converted to H.264 encoded mp4 files. Normally I would have converted the mini DV files using iMovie with my mini DV camcorder connected to my computer via firewire but my mini DV camcorder’s firewire port failed years ago. 

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