Trend Matters VHS to DVD Adapter

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Trend Matters VHS to DVD Adapter

Preserve Old Videos
  • Capture high-quality video and audio from VHS players using USB 2.0 interface
  • Move memories from decaying VHS tapes to new digital formats
  • Save to laptops or other compatible devices with USB ports (not included)
  • Easy-to-use plug-and-play design
Software Support
  • Includes Ulead Video Studio 8.0 SE DVD
  • Control brightness, hue, contrast, and saturation
  • Can capture audio even without sound card
Specifics
  • Record in DVD+/-R/RW, DVD+/-VR, or DVD-Video
  • Supports NTSC and PAL video format
  • One RCA composite, one S-Video, and one RCA stereo audio input
  • Condition: new
  • Product dimensions: 7.5”x7”x1.5”
  • Weight: 0.36 lbs.

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Olivia M. Verified Purchaser
May 16th, 2017
This does not work at all!
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Wendy G. Verified Purchaser
Aug 13th, 2016
Parts were missing, had been used, didn't work. Words on the packaging and instructions were spelled incorrectly. I don't think Groupon should sell this bad product.
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Grover C. Verified Purchaser
Apr 22nd, 2016
the software provided is NOT the software in the accompanying pdf manual. There are NO instructions and plug and play pulls up poor video with NO sound. Piece of junk with no means of contacting vendor
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Melissa S. Verified Purchaser
Mar 18th, 2016
This is no good. The software support is incorrect. It does not include the Ulead Video Studio. Instead, some kind of tiny DVD has a "Shinyek Camera Player" application that barely does anything. So I used my own video software. The adaptor works when I use it with the DVD portion of my DVD/VHS player, but when I tried to use it for VHS conversion, all I get is the sound and some very fuzzy strange video that is not going to work at all. I know for a fact my VCR works, so this is just wrong.
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Keith W. Verified Purchaser
Mar 9th, 2016
Did not come with application exc. file and have not been able to use it yet.
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Craig H. Verified Purchaser
Feb 27th, 2016
This "VHS to DVD Adapter" does not match its description on Groupon and did not work for me. It produced a video capture capture file (.avi), but the video was unacceptable and there was no audio. The Groupon description says "Includes Ulead Video Studio 8.0 SE DVD", which is a video software package that I am familiar with. Instead it included only an obscure and very minimal program "Shinyek Camera Player" with no documentation. For full detail, read on. I purchased this for its stated purpose, which is to "Capture high-quality video and audio from VHS players using USB 2.0 interface". My computer operating system is Windows 7, which is supported, according to the text on the adapter box. I also tried it on my Windows 10 laptop, with the same results. Here is what I did to try it out: I tested my Sony VCR to make sure it was playing properly. I connected my VCR line outputs to the yellow, white, and red RCA connectors on the adapter, and plugged the adapter into a USB input on my computer. The adapter immediately installed itself on the computer, appearing in the device manager as USB2.0 PC CAMERA in "Imaging devices" and USB2.0 MIC in "Sound, video and game controllers". I put the adapter's mini-DVD in my computer. It contained only three files: 1) An executable to install Shinyek Camera Player in English. 2) An executable to install the same thing in Chinese. 3) A PDF file titled in Chinese, which turned out to be a manual in English. The manual is useless because it assumes I am using Ulead software. I installed the Shinyek Camera Player and restarted the computer, as instructed by the installer. The Shinyek software is simple and straightforward. Under its Devices menu, I selected the USB2.0 PC CAMERA, and the Shinyek window displayed the video from my VCR. The video constantly shook from side to side. I tried it with a different VHS tape and with a different VCR, but the shakiness remained. I searched the Shinyek menus, but found no way to select the associated audio. I used Record->Start to make a recording. This created an AVI file which faithfully recorded the signals that Shinyek was receiving, that is, shaky video and no audio. Useless. I also tried Function->Capture. This makes a frame capture in a BMP file. Time to send it back!
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