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Pinnacle Video Transfer
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  • 8230-10021-81 Video Capturing Device (USB - NTSC, PAL)
 

Leonard

August 19, 2008, 12:13 am

I have a pinnacle hub that takes in composite (analogue) usb and s video cable. It has in the past worked ok with my digital camcorder. Now when I try to send video into my pc via the hub the pictures are slurred and color is all over the place.Ita a canon l-2 and it makes great videos. I ran it direct to my big screen via the s video cable and it was great. My question is why wont it load through the pinnacle to pc that way? Careful if you buy for this purpose...

Harshad Sheth

January 1, 2010, 11:54 pm

I tried Pinnacle Video Transfer. When viewed the transferred movie oon Quick Time, the movie was full of artifacts and the sound was way out of sync from video. Tired every trick and tips I could find in their manual and website, but no luck.





Bottom line, it is a pice of junk. Do not recommend.

Ken Murdoch

October 28, 2010, 7:53 pm

I have a question if anyone can help?


I live in Canada (NTSC), and have a bunch of UK video cassettes (PAL).


Would this device (PVT)record straight from these from a North American VCR player, or would I need to acquire and use a UK VCR player? {Not sure how the VCR machine works}?


Many thanks to anyone who can answer this


Ken

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