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Dazzle Vs. Vivo Video Card?


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Is the quality you get from using a Dazzle just as good as using a VIVO video card? Assuming your transfering from video that is not HD, should Dazzle do just as well?

 

Hi netmation,

I dont think there is going to be a yes or no answer to this question, the real answer comes down to what you realy want from the unit or the video card, easy of use, versus a video card, both do the same end product..

Iv post the tecnical info for both, and i supose you will need to make the final choice.

 

 

Dazzle Digital Video Creator 90

Dazzle DVC90 connects to a Hi-Speed USB port, which ensures the highest quality transfer of videos onto your PC from any camcorder, VCR or DVD player equipped with analogue output connectors. Dazzle DVC90 comes with Pinnacle Studio™ QuickStart movie making software, whose intuitive interface makes it the ideal application to get started in video editing.

 

Specifications

 

Inputs:

Composite video input (RCA connector)

S-Video input (mini-DIN connector)

Stereo audio input (2 x RCA connectors)

Input formats:

Capture from camcorders or VCRs with composite (RCA) or S-Video output

 

Import formats:

Video: MPEG-1, MPEG-2*, AVI

Audio: WAV, MP3

Graphic: BMP, JPG, PCT, TGA, TIF, WMF

 

Output formats:

Video CD (VCD) or Super Video CD (SVCD) with optional CD-R or CD-RW drive

DVD* with optional DVD-R DVD-RW or DVD+RW drive

MPEG-1 & MPEG-2* • AVI • RealVideo 8

Windows Media Format, including Windows Media 9

A Closer Look

 

 

Features

 

Fast, high quality video capture

Get the most of your PC’s high-Speed USB controller for fast capture of high quality videos.

Works with any video devices

All digital and analogue camcorders or VCRs have audio and video outputs to connect on TV sets: just use the same connectors and cables to connect to DVC90.

Store hours of videos on your hard disk

Captured video can be directly encoded in MPEG-2 format*, which compresses videos with the highest quality. You can then save hours of videos on your hard disk and watch whenever you want.

Comes with Pinnacle Studio QuickStart

Dazzle DVC90 comes with Pinnacle Studio QuickStart movie making software, whose intuitive interface makes it the ideal application to create nice movies on your PC or laptop.

Enhance and restore your old video tapes

Studio QuickStart lets you strenghten washed-out colours, restore old analogue tapes or stabilize shaky movies.

Create movies in seconds

Simply choose both a video and a music track, pick a preset movie style and let Studio QuickStart instantly create an amazing movie that matches the beat of your favourite song.

Preserve and share your movies on CDs and DVDs*

With Studio QuickStart you can easily compile your best moments in one unique project which can be burnt on CDs or DVDs*, complete with custom menus & chapters for convenient and fast on-screen navigation. Discs burnt with Studio QuickStart can be watched on your PC or on TV from almost any home DVD-player.

Send your videos over the internet

Create short video clips that you can attach in your e-mails.

Minimum System Requirements: Intel® Pentium® 4 or AMD® Athlon® 1.6 GHz.256 MB RAM. 1 Hi-Speed USB 2.0 port. Windows® XP, Service Pack 1 (SP1). DirectX 9 or higher compatible sound card and graphics card. 500 MB of disk space to install software. CD-ROM drive.

Now here is a link to a VIVO card testing site, you make the call....

 

http://www.tech-mods.net/modules.php?name=...iewreview&id=22

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