What will the kit copy? What won't it copy? You'll be able to copy all your own homemade videos and
most things recorded from TV (although legally speaking you shouldn't keep those programmes longer than 30 days).
Each shop bought video we tried converted fine (Ivor The Engine, The Clangers and the Bond movie Goldeneye)
Anything else you have, on what looks like a regular blank tape, should be transferable.
Technical information : The software supports PAL (UK/Europe/Australia/New Zealand) & NTSC (USA/Canada) devices.
Both S-Video and Composite video inputs are supported by both hardware and software (we supply a composite lead).
Even and odd fields are combined into single frames that can be captured at full frame rates for the applicable standard (VHS Upscaling).
The maximum supported frame size is: PAL (UK & Europe) 720 x 576 (DVD quality) @ 25fps / NTSC (USA) 720 x 480 @ 30fps.
Captures video & audio over USB to a standard MPEG, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 or H.264(requires a fast 2.8GHz+ dual or quad core PC for live H.264 capture, slow systems can convert post-capture) or uncompressed AVI file.
Our USB adapter performs Time Base Correction - which means even if your 1980s wedding video has gone all wobbly & wavy our adapter will still capture what remains, providing it plays back on a TV okay.
In addition to the USB adapter, we send a two metre yellow/red/white phono lead PLUS a Scart adapter - this means you can connect all Scart equipped VHS & Super VHS VCRs and older VHS-C, Hi8, Video8, Digital8 & Mini-DV camcorders. Even older pre-Scart VHS and Betamax players can be attached (see Attaching Cables PDF Guide and just ask if you need the free BNC adapter).
You can also connect more modern equipment, such as Freeview, satellite and cable TV hard drive recorders and camcorders with DVD or memory cards - basically, anything that can be connected to a TV by Scart or Yellow, Red & White leads can be recorded onto your PC. DVDs you produce will play back in any DVD player, providing you use DVD-R or DVD+R media and not rewritables.
How easy is it to use? Just plug the Scart adapter into the back of your VHS video player, attach the yellow, red & white lead,
connect the USB capture device, install software from the CD, finally plug the USB adapter into your PC.
PDF Guide showing you how to connect almost any VCR or camcorder correctly when using our kit.
We've tested the kit with a wide variety of laptop & desktop PCs running Windows 8, 7, Vista and XP.
If your PC is less than five years old, it will be powerful enough to run our kit.
Please read the pre-purchase FAQ page if you're still running XP and aren't quite sure if your PC will be powerful enough.
We give you all the hardware and software you need to connect your VCR or camcorder to your PC.
The included software makes the capturing, editing & burning of your project simple.
Our kit includes three pages of easy-to-follow instructions for Windows 8, 7, Vista & XP, along with a video tutorial on the CD that shows you exactly what to do.
If you need further help we're only a phone call or email away.
We buy direct from the USB device manufacturers & only supply the most recent versions. We know our products inside and out & only sell direct.
You can buy similar looking products from a 'Newspaper Reader Offer' or a PC megastore, but they'll often supply older USB hardware, with poor support and only half the cables you actually need. Our kit is complete, actually works & comes with real support.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How long does it take to get one hour of video onto a DVD?
A. Capturing one hour of video takes sixty minutes. Authoring (only needed for making DVDs) takes another sixty minutes, on a fast PC. Burning to DVD takes fifteen minutes.
Q. What formats can I capture video in?
A. The software we supply supports MPEG, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, uncompressed AVI & H.264 formats. H.264 video can be copied straight to iPads & Android tablets.
Q. Does the kit work with all versions of Windows?
A. Yes. We've personally tested it with all variations of Windows 8, 7 (32 & 64 bit), Vista & XP.
Q. Where can I get some free Cloud storage for my captured videos?
A. You can get 5GB from both Google and Amazon. Then view the video on any of your devices.
Q. How easy is it to use the kit?
A. Just follow the printed instructions & copy what we do in the tutorial video. You can watch the tutorial video as often as you need to.
Q. Can I buy Video-2-PC at my local PC shop?
A. No. We only supply Video-2-PC direct from this site, eBay & Amazon.
Q. Where can I read independent product reviews of Video-2-PC?
A. Look at our Amazon reviews and
All UK orders received by 1pm are posted the same working day using Royal Mail's 1st class 'Signed For' service.
Prices include VAT & we supply a receipt. All hardware includes twelve months warranty.
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If you prefer to order by phone please call Tim at TR Computers on 01565 640739. More questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
If for any reason you aren't completely delighted with our
kit, just return it for a full
(Excludes all postage costs and should be returned within 14 days of receipt.)
Order before 1pm Monday to Friday and we'll post your kit the same day.
Video-2-PC Kit £33.95 inc VAT
400+ In Stock.
for Windows 8, 7, Vista and XP.
+ £4.95 1st class 'Signed For' UK P&P
Interested in a bundle deal?
Get our £34.95 Video-2-PC kit along with a promo version (2 metre lead) of our
Vinyl-2-PC kit for £39.95+P&P.
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Site last updated 6th March 2014
Video-2-PC is also available via Amazon and TR Computers Online Shop.