video capture card

  stourry 18:48 29 Jun 2004

looking for a video capture card have vhs camera running win xp pro amd 2000+
budget of £50 must have software with it
any help would be appreciated

  fullywired23 18:59 29 Jun 2004

If you find one at that price that will capture VHS I shall be surprised the cheapest I have seen is £90,you can get one that captures digital footage for about £30 from E-buyer


  slimbo51 19:11 29 Jun 2004

Aver Media does a capture card which I use to transfer my VHS tapes through a Scart socket on the video player to the Svideo socket on the capture card.

Bought mine from Maplins, Its called AverMedia DVD EZmaker Gold (I think it cost me about £35.00 a couple of months ago).

Comes with S/Ware.

Warning:::: Don't buy their scart to svideo cable they sell, they only work in Black and White.

Got my cable and box from america cost about $24.00. Found a site by searching using Google, Can't remember which one it was though.

Any other queerie's re-post back.

  Sans le Sou 20:53 29 Jun 2004

These work quite well if you have the connections
click here

  stourry 23:20 29 Jun 2004

thanks for all the advice
Sans Le Sou
I like the look of the Belkin USB sysyem
when you say if you have the correct connection do you mean USB or another connection the Video camera only has Video and Audio out jacks but I do have USB2 connection
I will also check out the card from maplin
I will let yous Know which way I have gone
thanks once again

  Sans le Sou 11:16 30 Jun 2004

USB 2 is okay for the video, I do not know your audio setup but if you have a line in, the belkin has a Y connector with a minijack.

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