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  1. Let me first say that I tried ’em all before this one: TOTMC, EZCAP, even the Elgato with limited (if any) results. The TOTMC was the best of those three, which actually would capture video and audio but the problem was the audio broke up a lot in the final MPEG2 using the given software (ShowBiz). Upon this, I decided it was the capture’s fault and bought an EZCap (again supplied with ShowBiz). This one did the exact same thing, with even worse results. Then decided “oh, I’m not spending enough!” and sprung for the Elgato. Well, those drivers wouldn’t even install on my system (Win7Pro, x64), so that was a true waste. After reading a ton of reviews, and even two pages stating ‘it’s YOUR fault frames are dropping and sound is cutting out, here’s what YOU can do, it’s NOT your capture device!’ — tried all of that and decided to try a new program (PowerDirector) with the TOTMC capture device. I got the best transfer with that program/device combo — but now the problem was the audio was falling out of sync about 4 minutes into the captured MPEG2. Tried with an update of ShowBiz 5. Same deal.Read more reviews. More experience accounts.I noticed that this little thing which was modestly priced was getting rave reviews pretty much across the board — so as a last resort, before delving into a $200 capture “box” — I decided, why not give this DIAMOND a go? The worst that can happen is I return it.Didn’t happen. Doesn’t have to happen.This thing captured the audio and video of my VHS tapes PERFECTLY with all the programs I used (though if you can shell out, I do recommend PowerDirector for its many features). Hands down. No issues. As simple as all the others promised.HINT: I took a cue from the reviews and downloaded the drivers from Diamond myself before actually plugging it in (and not letting Windows Update find them first — besides “USB Composite Device” driver, which I think WU does find, though it could just as well have been in the install package on Diamond’s website) DO NOT install the drivers from the software included in the box when you buy this. They are old and outdated.For those who are curious, I bought this to make DVD-resolution transfers of my VHS tapes that were either self-made, or things that are not on DVD yet. While this product (nor any video capture device) doesn’t FIX your VHS tapes that do have damage, at least you get EXACTLY what you see and hear on the capture screen as it imports.Fantastic device.

  2.  Let’s be clear, the instructions and software for this product are awful.However, with finessing, the device itself works very well. I am a 21 yo college student (according to my mom, I “get” technology) converting my mom’s old records and VHS movies to a digital format for Christmas. This device DOES work to convert vinyls!!! I was unsure originally and ordered an audio grabber as well, but returned it as it was not necessary. One thing to keep in mind is that you have to wait for movies and records to finish, and that means waiting around 2 hours for a movie and 1 hour for vinyls. Because the original format is analog, you can’t speed up the process by digitally extracting information.FOR VIDEOS:1. Don’t bother with using the “power grabber” if you’re just trying to convert VHS movies (not home videos). The power grabber will tell you that you can’t record because of copyrights every time you try to do it. Use the EZ grabber instead. Even if you are trying to convert home movies, I would still suggest using the EZ grabber, and once you have it converted, for the love of god use a different editing software.2. If you play back the video you’ve just converted using Windows Media Player and there is NO AUDIO, download a different player called VLC from the internet and try playing it again to see if the audio shows up. This normally works.3. Pay attention to where you save the file, or specifically put it in a different place. The place that the software puts it calls the folder something different than the way your computer calls it.FOR VINYLS/AUDIO:1. Use the EZ Grabber, and you’ll see a blue preview screen, but it still records.2. Before you start recording, change the file type options from MPEG/DVD to MP3 in the bottom corner. This way you don’t have to watch a blue screen to listen to your music.

  3. BEWARE and do your research. If you are trying to record old videos from 20 years back like I am, it thinks your videos are copywrite protected. I am telling everyone to research this before you BUY. Unfortunately I bought this, discovered the error and now see tons of reviews from the software company (Power Director 12) that is included with this product. I have yet to find something that will work. Apparently on older VHS recorded tapes, it loses the timing or something (I’m not technical on that aspect) and it thinks your materials are copy-write protected. I’ve also seen this product flash green screens (which is another known error) while trying to record. I can get maybe 4 minutes of recorded material and then it stops thinking my home videos are protected. If Anyone out there has software that works and does not cause this issue, please let me know. I am trying to transfer my children’s home videos before they deteriorate. I am not satisfied with this product at all.

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