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USB 2.0 DVD Maker

PRODUCT CODE: TXWS4325
  • $54.00

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USB 2.0 DVD Maker.

Turn your ageing collection of VHS and Betamax video tapes into new video productions or record live video straight to your DVD or CD burner. This powerful video recording and editing system will help you make your own DVD movies or family documentaries and uses the latest MPEG-4 compression to produce high-quality real-time recordings from practically any A/V source. The powerful editing software lets you add colour and transition effects as well as sound tracks and titles to your work. Send copies of your completed movies on DVD or VDC to your friends and family and keep them up-to-date with the goings-on at home. The USB interface makes connection a snap so you can be making movies and editing them in no time. Powered by the USB connection.

Features:
• Audio output via 3.5mm stereo plug.
• Supports USB 1.1 & 2.0 Plug-and-Play.
• Stereo audio input via RCA connectors.
• Capture box: 72(W) x 30(D) x 11(H)mm.
• Compatibility: Windows 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP.
• Composite Video input via RCA connector or S-Video mini-DIN.
• Resolution up to 720 x 576 @25 fps (PAL) or 720 x 480 @30fps (NTSC).

Minimum System Requirements:

• Compatible Card.
• DVD or CD burner.
• Windows 7 and XP.
• P4 1.6GHz, 256MB RAM.

Note: You will need to open the 'CyberLink PowerDirector' software program to enable one-click recording with this device.

Specifications:
Software supplied with item : true
Software supplied on : CD
Input Signal Type : Composite Video (CVBS), S-Video
Output Signal Type : USB 2.0
Input Signal Type : Composite Video and Audio
Number of Inputs : 1.0pc
Width : 35.0mm
Height : 15.0mm
Depth : 95.0mm
Maximum Horizontal Resolution : 720.0Pixel
Maximum Vertical Resolution : 576.0Pixel

1 Year Warranty.

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