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Pro Doesn’t require a computer to capture
The capturing process is done on the device itself and the material is stored on a SD memory card. This adds great portability and eliminates the need of installing drivers and software.
Pro Various output options
After the video is captured you can either transfer it to a computer via USB for editing or storage. Alternatively you can keep the video on the converter and display it on a TV or monitor using the HDMI or RCA outputs.
Pro Works without a power source
It has a built in battery that provides power for approximately 2 hours of video capturing if fully charged. This allows to capture, transfer and view the video even if there isn’t any power outlet nearby or you have forgotten the power adapter.
Pro Cables are included
Apart from the HDMI cable everything else is included. It comes with an RCA cable, a TV-out cable, A USB cable, a power adapter and even a $GB memory card where you can store the captured footage.
Con Captures in only one format
The video is captured into AVI format and it isn’t possible to select anything else. AVI takes up about 1GB per hour and you need to convert it to a different format if you want to playback it onto an Apple device.
Con 100 minute limit
When capturing the analog video it captures a maximum of 100 minutes per file and after that creates a second file. If you capture a very long footage it will create several files that you will have to edit together in a video editing software.
Con No S-video input
There’s no S-video input that can be used for capturing better quality video if the source device has a S-video output.