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AV to USB connector

by chipperjatl / April 18, 2004 7:35 AM PDT

Is there such thing as a connector that would change one of those red, yellow, and white inputs to a usb?

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Re:AV to USB connector
by Jeff Ng / April 18, 2004 12:42 PM PDT
In reply to: AV to USB connector

Yes there is such a device that will allow you to record from the composite av connections (red, white and yellow) to USB

A variety companies make such product (aka video-in capabilities or video capture) like:
Pinnacle Systems (http://www.pinnaclesys.com/ProductPage_n.asp?Product_ID=1885&Langue_ID=7)

If you are looking for an integrated solution ATI (www.ati.com) make such product called the All-in-Wonder series.

Jeff

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Can I use it to display my laptop on a TV?
by bhylak97 / March 28, 2009 12:02 AM PDT
In reply to: Re:AV to USB connector

Can I use it to display my laptop on a TV? so I plug that into the usb slot and the AV wires into the tv. Possible?

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Yes
by chrisdj158 / January 22, 2005 6:09 AM PST
In reply to: AV to USB connector

yes i found a av to usb conector in ofice works

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AV USB
by manu_kannan / September 20, 2006 6:09 AM PDT
In reply to: Yes

Hi,

Now I am searching a AV USB. Could you please provide me the details of shops for buy this device. Early response is highly appreciated.

Thanks

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Quality Video
by timwerx / January 22, 2005 10:10 AM PST
In reply to: AV to USB connector

If you want quality video, you don't want USB; you want IEEE-1394 (a.k.a. firewire). If your PC doesn't have it, you can install it without spending a lot.

Then there's the capturing. While an expensive option, if you plan to do lots of analog-to-digital video work, I'd suggest looking at:
http://www.canopus.us/US/products/ADVC-100/pm_advc-100.asp

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av to usb connector
by nymmhoque / March 22, 2005 11:07 AM PST
In reply to: AV to USB connector

hi.
if any one know about av to usb connector?
please let me know
thank you
hoq

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EasyCap USB2.0 Video Adapter with Audio
by pzepeda72 / April 25, 2008 12:07 PM PDT
In reply to: AV to USB connector

Try this website, I have not purchased the item yet. I the same as you began searching for a soultion. This is what I have found today. I hope it helps transfer my Mini DV media with only A/V cables to my PC easier.

EasyCap USB2.0 Video Adapter with Audio

http://cooldrives.stores.yahoo.net/eausdvviavus.html

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