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    Video Converter with LCD Display

      $149.99 
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     $69.91 
    You can save all your favorite TV programs and movies from VHS Players, DVD Players, Camcorders and more as digital files on SD cards. From there, you can transfer the files to your computer so you can save them forever or play them back directly on your TV.
    Item # 8148
     
    This incredible device is perfect for converting old home movies and preserving your important memories. It's versatile and easy to use.

    You can save all your favorite TV programs and movies from VHS Players, DVD Players, Camcorders and more as digital files on SD cards. From there, you can transfer the files to your computer so you can save them forever or play them back directly on your TV.

    This is an upgraded version from our older video converter that features an LCD display screen for instant playback and an internal 8GB of memory.

    Features and Benefits:
    - Records digital files straight from VCRs, DVD Players, Camcorders and more
    - Record, Store and Playback Video and Audio files
    - Transfer files to your computer
    - Playback videos right on your TV
    - LCD Display Screen for immediate playback
    - Includes RCA Cable and RCA 3.5 mm Adapter
    - On-board control keys
    - 8G Built-In Memory
    - Micro SD Card Slot for additional storage
    - AUX Input for sound recording off Tape Decks and CD Players
    - 3.5mm Microphone Output for personal listening
    - Rechargeable Battery
    - 5" X 2.5" X .75"
    - LCD Screen: 2.5" X 1.5"
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    Video Converter
    Works as advertised.  Probably because of the RCA plug connection the picture is degraded a little.  I would have liked to have more instructions with this product.  I am satisfied.
    ROBERT | 10/13/2019 11:00 PM
    Best Thing Ive Used So Far!
    I needed something to transfer my old VHS family vacation videos before they degraded any further. It worked very well and wasnt hard to use. Now I have everything saved in digital files that should last a lifetime.
    MARK | 12/13/2018 10:00 PM
    Poor Video Quality
    I have recorded directly to my computer with an SMI device.  I got the Video Converter With LCD Display, because it would be simpler/faster than the the recently used SMI device attached to my 8mm tape camcorder.  But I found the video quality was POOR grainy with new device, and the picture was WAY too bright & washed-out.  The ONLY advantage of the new device was I could put 4 hours of video on DVD vs. 2.  But sacrificing video quality for discs used was not worth it.  So I sent mine back.
    RICHARD | 12/3/2018 10:00 PM
    Improvable but Works Fine
    I got this with optimism and uncertainty and was pleasantly surprised. The device is fully functional and works as advertised. However, I have several issues.First, there is no way to determine how long the battery will last because the charge indicator is old-school bars. This is important because it cuts off when it runs out of power AND when it reaches a full charge while in use. It only saves what it has recorded without stopping it manually if it runs out of power; if it reaches a full charge and cuts off while you are recording, you get a 0 kB file and file open error on the device. The easy workaround is to charge the device as long as possible before every use and record on battery power. The second issue, which comes from the first, is that you have to keep your eye on the device to watch for when the screen goes black so you can stop the tape, plug in the device, and start recording again; just unplug it maybe an hour or so later and run on battery power again. The recording is not affected by unplugging the charger while the device is in use. A small issue caused by this stop-and-go method is having to rewind the tape a bit to make sure you do not miss anything.Now for nitpicking: the recording is more devoid of color than the tape, although this could be my TV settings and I not know it. A color saturation of 82% applied in a video editor restored the lost color, though it slightly over-accentuated some images. Also, the sound quality may be just slightly reduced from the source material; however, this was only noticeable when I was recording from my PlayStation 2 directly. For those wondering, you can go RCA to RCA with gaming consoles through the provided RCA extension and bypass the need for a VCR, though it may be the cause of the reduced audio quality I noticed. Furthermore, I charged the device for two hours before I turned it on for the first time, as it is written in the instruction manual, and it seemed to crash once or twice initially and come back on again; this is another reason to watch it while it is recording, but it has not done that since the first few minutes I was using it.For those wondering about an instruction manual, there is a PDF provided on the item web page below Features and Benefits in the blue bar next to Ask A Question. The same thing comes with the device, but the PDF is easier to read. Also, you can transfer recordings directly into your computer file system using the charging cable provided; somebody said you need an HDMI cable to upload to a DVD burner and I want to clarify that is not a requirement to access recordings.This device does what it is supposed to do and I am pleased with it overall. The few problems I have noticed and pointed out are easy to work around once you know they are there, and I am very satisfied with preserving tapes of me as a baby that would otherwise be slowly corroding. This is a worthwhile investment if you have VHS tapes that you want to save.
    JONATHAN | 10/14/2018 11:00 PM
    Description
    Description of product was a little misleading.The pictures made it seem that this device played VCR tapes and not that you needed your own VCR player to play them and record.
    WAYNE | 9/30/2018 11:00 PM
    Once you get it all figured out by trial and error
    I wish Id had this 5-10 years ago as my video tapes are definitely fading.  Yes, should have MUCH more detailed instruction.  We learned...if you record and can watch the recording on your tv, you will see a blue box when you first hit record.  You must hit record again so there is then a blue arrow and you will hopefully see the little numbers on your tv screen begin changing. That is how we knew we were recording.  Also, a suggestion is to stop the machine in segments of your tapes and it will save files by events.  Hey, does anyone know what program to use to transfer them from the computer and onto recordable discs?
    RANDI | 8/29/2018 11:00 PM
    Works well
    This little unit actually works!  Simple to use and definitely worth the money
    Carl | 7/7/2018 11:00 PM
    Works OK
    Video Converter works fine for audio capture. The internal connection of capturing video appears to be a little shaky. I had to hold the input wire just right in order to ensure a clear capture.
    DOUGLAS | 4/18/2018 11:00 PM
    Poor Instructions
    Directions were vague and omitted many important features. It it needs a record activity indicator.  I too wasted much time not knowing what was happening.
    PHILIP | 3/6/2018 10:00 PM
    Video Converter
    It works well, except for the fact that you cannot tell when it is actually recording. As a result, several hours were wasted. When it is recording, it works well. There needs to be a more positive way of knowing when it is actually recording.
    KEN | 2/11/2018 10:00 PM

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    Click to read about our staffDid you know that VHS tapes and Audio Cassette Tapes can degrade up to 20 percent every 10 to 25 years? That's right, all your cherished home movies and albums are in jeopardy. But now you can save them as digital files and keep them forever!

    The Video Converter records video and audio from any device with an AV output (the red, white and yellow cords): VHS players, camcorders, older game systems, cable boxes, DVD players and more! You can also plug in any standard 3.5mm AUX cord so you can save music and audio files from CD players, tape decks and record players.

    There are many converters out there, we even had one last year. But this upgraded version adds a game-changing feature: an LCD Screen! This means you can watch your recordings right on the device itself, making it great for taking on long flights. And with 8G of internal storage and a micro SD card slot, you can have a limitless library of content to enjoy anywhere.

    You can also plug the Video Converter into a TV via the included RCA cords or an HDMI cable and watch your stored files on a big screen.

    If you've ever taken a video tape to Walgreens to get it converted you know it can cost you up to $20 to convert it to a DVD... and that's just one tape. With the Video Converter, you can digitize all the content you want. Once converted you can save the files on your computer, burn them onto DVDs, upload them YouTube and share them with all your friends and family.

    You can't put a price tag on home movies, school plays and embarrassing baby videos, so make sure they are ready to share for generations.

    Features and Benefits:
    - Records digital files straight from VCRs, DVD Players, Camcorders and more
    - Record, Store and Playback Video and Audio files
    - Transfer files to your computer
    - Playback recorded videos right on your TV
    - LCD Display Screen for immediate playback
    - Includes RCA Cable and RCA 3.5 mm Adapter
    - 8G Built-In Memory and Micro SD Card Slot for additional storage
    - AUX Input for sound recording off Tape Decks and CD Players
    - More Tech Specs on our site

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