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Challenging Cheaply made. You get what you pay for It seem to be good tool
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  • posted byDizZy1990 on 01/08/2016

    Pros: It's cheap, and it works to some extent. Cons: The drivers are a mess to install. Connecting and disconnecting the device caused reboots on my Windows 7 64bit machine and on my Windows 8.1 64bit machine. Other: If you plan on using this for streaming, you will need to break it out of the as... Read more

    Impression:Cheaply made. You get what you pay for;

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  • posted byBadre88 on 09/06/2015

    Just received I still not try it yet, but it seem to be good tool, it look to be easy to use and cool gadget for professional or home use.

    It seems to be good tool

    Impression:It seem to be good tool;

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  • posted byfrankzen on 07/06/2015

    Pros: cheap Cons: Poorly made , fragile Seems to work well, once you get the included mini DVD installed on you Windows-only machine. Doesn't work with Linux...the system doesn't seem to recognize the device.

    Impression:Cheaply made. You get what you pay for;

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  • posted byandreguerra on 11/21/2014

    Pros: Very cheap way to capture and make streams. Work to capture video games like PS3, Wii, Handled Mega Drive, DVD, and to do stream o Twitch. Nice piece of hardware. Cons: Very difficult to put it working! It take me a lot of time to put it to work. It only record 50Hz with Composite Cable. To... Read more

    Nice piece of hardware


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  • posted byKadano on 07/22/2013

    Easy installation, instantly recognized by Windows 7 x64. Works very well with VirtualDub, PotPlayer and DScaler (I use the latter for recording gameplay footage of Super Smash Bros. Melee from a hacked PAL gamecube with official component cables). Video quality isn’t quite up there with adapters... Read more

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  • posted byRamy93lol on 07/02/2013

    Works good. The provided software works good for ripping CVBS video content, using not much CPU and giving fluid results. For working good without giving BSODs it requires to be run on a 32 bit version of Windows, I tried it on w7 32 and 64 bit, and with the 64 bit system I had problems to get a... Read more

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  • posted byMrWinkie on 04/26/2013

    Produces a good Composite Video capture ... perfect for digitizing old VHS home videos No support under Linux (Ubuntu 12.10) Bundled software is not the usual DX quality, and aborts with slanderous "Copyright Violation" errors when recording your own home movies, especially on noisy VHS... Read more

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  • posted bymarp1 on 04/10/2013

    - It's easy to use and straight forward even without instruction for everyone - Pretty decent quality(up to 480p) - You can have problems in finding drivers for Win 8, it shows up a blue screen while unplugging Note it can record only in 480p despite the fact it has Component input. You should be... Read more

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  • posted bypesquere on 03/28/2013

    le estoy utilizando para pasar de vhs a dvd todas mis cintas. muy buena calidad, los conectores que trae parece que son de muy buena calidad se puede utilizar tambiem para pasar a dvd las antiguas cintas de videocamara y poder modificarlas con el editor de video que trae algo error da al con las... Read more

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  • posted byGroeder on 03/27/2013

    the price is a great deal, the easycap costs USD 20 at the retail stores in my country (Mexico). the cd-rom didn't work properly, I used a MAC to extract the drivers and the software. the software doesn't work because it asked me for a serlal number that I didn't had, but this device works with a... Read more

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