Dazzle Digital Video Creator 90


#1

#2

At the risk of being a cardist (you know, a time-cist but against cards) if you want a cheap video input, for a webcam even, this is a heckuva deal, but if you want to watch TV or even build a PVR I would avoid anything USB, or at least choose something with onboard MPEG2 compression so the CPU isn’t working so hard.


#3

Back up, sweet. No Mpeg4. will it convert to itunes?


#4

Thanks for the night off woot! And thank you to all of those who filled in for me as well!

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#5

Price looks good…cheapest I see if $43.99 plus shipping

Circuit city rates as 4.5/5


#6

Linux support for this? Looks like it pitches the software more than the hardware.


#7

Note: This post contains pricing information for future reference because it is generally not available elsewhere once the next Woot has been offered.

Dazzle Digital Video Creator 90
$34.99 + $5 shipping
condition: New
product(s): 1 Dazzle DVC90 Digital Video Creator 90


#8

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#9

OK, I need to import old VHS into my 12" 1.33 gHz PowerBook. Will this work?


#10

I know someone’s gonna forget it… so here’s the BizRate LInk… $70 lowest.

This price is awesome. Too bad i don’t know what this thing does. Newegg has it for $69.99 and you can get no payments for 90 days if you buy more stuff.


#11

Is everyone speechless on this one?


#12

Does this work with Mac?


#13

I see lots of complaints in this forum:
http://www.neoseeker.com/forums/index.php?fn=view_thread&t=602483

I’m wanting to get a video capture device but I think I’ll pass on this one based on that thread and a number of others in various forums I’ve seen. Also the reviews on CNet and the like are not great for this. May work in a pinch and if you are on a budget, but don’t expect much IMO.


#14

Hmm, doesn’t appear to be Apple compatible.


#15

SecretPrices has the Woot deal up and appears to be at least $30 cheaper than all the other merchants.

Mixed reviews as well.


#16

Does anyone know if you can use this to watch TV on your computer? I am not too concerned with the negative reviews I have seen for this device, being it seems to be all software related, and my laptop could handle it no problem. However, being I am on a laptop that runs hot, I do not want to have to run the program if I do not have to. If I can watch live video with this without using that resource hog of a program, then I will definately be in for one.

-Matt


#17

No macs:

Windows® XP, Service Pack 1 (SP1) as listed on the manufactures page


#18

I think I’ll stick with my Mini DV camcorder with firewire connectivity…Just save up around 40 gigs of hard drive space and BOOM!!! you’ve got yourself a high quality DVD right there!!!


#19

Go to Amazon and check the reviews…this could be a complicated device…


#20

Does this work on a mac? Somebody find that out quickly so I can go to bed, snap to it. snap snap…your not snapping. That is it I am outta here, if you need me I will be in my trailer going over lines. Thank you I will be excepting my oscar sometime next week.