Capture and Edit Movies on PC
  • Video capture up to 720x480 resolution
  • USB 1.1 and USB 2.0
  • Supports composite and s-video inputs
  • Capture, editing, & burning software included The Xpert DVD maker USB 2.0 allows for both desktop and notebook users to transfer analog video signals to their hard drives. Once captured, use the included software to edit your own home videos. With the Xpert DVD maker USB 2.0 you can easily connect a video camera to your PC to allow video transfer.

    It does not matter what old tape or format you have the Xpert DVD maker USB 2.0 can convert V8, VHS, Hi8, and even old videotapes. The image is easily sent to PC for editing and saving on CD in VCD and DVD format (CD or DVD burner required to burn disks).

    High Resolution
    The Xpert DVD maker USB 2.0 is capable of capturing video at 30 frames per second at 720x480 resolution. Not only that, but this device is also tiny and is suitable to take anywhere.

    Additional features:

    • highly integrated cost-effective solution for video capture application.

    • Proprietary compression algorithm for both still image and motion-video for USB 1.1

    • Auto-adjust compression ratio for USB 1.1
      - USB 1.1 support 30fps @ 320 x 240 resolution
      - USB 2.0 support 30fps @ 720 x 480 resolution

    • USB 2.0 Isochronous Video pipe up to 24Mb/sec

    • USB 2.0 Isochronous Audio CD quality pipe up to 1.4Mb/sec

    • Video Inputs supported : Composite & S-video

    • High-quality real-time MPEG Encoding (I-,B-,and P-frames)

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    -Support USB 1.1 & 2.0 Plug-and-play USB interface
    -Hardware Encoder chipset

    Supports MPEG 1& 2
    -NTSC up to 720x480 @30 fps
    - PAL up to 720x576 @25 fps

    Video Input
    -Video 1 Input: Composite Video Input
    -Video 2 Input: S-Video Input

    Video Output
    -USB 2.0 & USB 1.1

    Audio Input
    -Audio Input: From External Audio source

    Audio Output
    -Stereo Audio Output to Speaker

    System Requirements
    -Win XP/2000
    -Pentium 4 - 1.6GHz or above CPU (Suggested Pentium 4 2.0GHz for DVD record format)
    -128MB RAM
    -CD-ROM Drive
    -One available USB port
    -16MB VGA card with 800x600 16bits resolution (DirectX 9supported)
    -AC'97 compatible sound card for audio play