Bring old analogue video files into the 21st century with Reflect
Kenro has announced the launch of a new USB Video Grabber that will give old analogue videos a new lease of life. The device is from Reflecta, the respected German manufacturer of cutting-edge digitization products.
Using the ultra-portable and lightweight Reflecta USB Video Grabber, you can easily capture and edit video from any home A/V devices, such as DV, V8, Hi8, VHS, DVD Player, HD video game console or set-top box with the software provided. Using this software, digitised files can then be burnt directly onto CDs as well as transferring straight to your computer, preserving your precious home movies forever.
* Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon 1.4GHz or higher, P4 1.8GHzrecommended
256MB system memory (512MB recommended)
Windows XP, Vista (32 and 64-bit), 7 (32 and 64-bit)
100MB free HDD memory
DirectX 9.0c or higher
AC 97 compatible sound card/chip set
Free USB 2.0 port
CD/DVD ROM drive
The Reflecta USB Video Grabber comes supplied with a scart adapter, RCA video cable, Honestech 2.5 Software, and user manual.
Kenro's managing director Paul Kench made this comment: The new USB Video Grabber from Reflecta is ideal for those of us who have piles of videos taking up space in the home. By digitising old home movies, users can then share their sentimental videos through social media, email and maybe surprise family and friends with the unearthed memories.
Other products in the Reflecta range include digital microscopes, endoscopes, video and studio lights, USB record players plus its renowned selection of slide projectors. All products are displayed in Kenro's showroom at the company's Swindon Head Office, trade customers are welcome to make an appointment to visit.
The new USB Video Grabber from Reflecta is available now and has a suggested retail price of £29.04 (incl VAT)
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