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A couple of Lidl bargains

  Stuartli 14:22 09 Sep 2009
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Many will be aware of what is tagged an audio/video grabber for capturing analogue audio or video in digital form.

The cost is usually around £35 to £40 but from next Monday (September 14th) Lidl is offering this device under its Silvercrest brand name (akin to Medion at Aldi) for just £16.99.

The 2.0 USB device has a video/audio port adaptor, S-Video cable, video cable, USB cable, stereo cinch cable, Scart adaptor and a CD-ROM containing drivers and CyberLink PowerDirector 7 video editing software.

Also going on sale is a reappearance of its premium inkjet photo paper (I find it excellent).

In glossy, fade resistant and waterproof 280gm form, sizes are A4 (50 sheets for £4.49) and 10cmx15cm at £3.99 for 100 sheets).

  woodchip 23:01 14 Oct 2010

You have to open a program to capture to, be it the one supplied with the hardware, or Movie Maker. or some other

  Stuartli 23:53 14 Oct 2010

rdave13

Thanks for the comments. Whether it's an internet forum or not doesn't mean that you have to undergo a completely way off the mark reaction.

By the way, the Panasonic TX-P42G20B is proving a monster purchase even seven or so months on.....

  Nontek 17:44 26 Sep 2011

drewey

As is your spelling!

What is the point of making such a comment?

  Nontek 17:46 26 Sep 2011

Ooops - just noticed the date of OP!

  audeal 20:48 26 Sep 2011

I am affraid I agree with drewey. I purchased one of these video grabbers from Lidls about a year ago and the quility is so bad that it is unwatchable. It does have a Svideo connection but this was no better than the mono connection. Of course I can't speak for all the grabbers, maybe I just got a bad one. It was the last one at the store in Bedford.

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