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video capture card Customers Reviews

  • Good

    posted by Gumzum

    Install the card, download the new drivers from http://en.lonrock.com/Download.aspx . The software on the disc did work as it should.All in all a great product.
    Do not know if it is possible to use different security card from the same company. Would be good to know.
    If you need more than 4 cameras so I recommend that you choose a different ski their products can handle it. Get a better result in the end
  • Works extremely well for the price!

    posted by adlaws

    Captures video really well, including some tapes I had from Japan recorded in NTSC format playing back on an "NTSC compatible" Australian PAL format VCR. Really nice and clear picture - any problems with quality are entirely to do with the age/condition of my original VHS tapes, not the capture dongle.
    I've been able to digitise my dusty VHS tape collection (in both NTSC and PAL formats) dating back to the early 90's, and rescue some great memories from slow degradation. This makes me very happy! :)
    Apart from the small amount of mucking about looking for drivers for Windows 7 and playing with capture settings, this worked as advertised. Very happy with it!
  • Does what it supposed to do

    posted by Mario92

    Does what it promises. Don't have any complains about image quality and I can record 1080i with 60fps. Works wonderfully with VirtualDub. Also being able to record from component input is huge plus.
    HDMI port worries me as cable fits but doesn't seem to "click" in place so it's bit loose. Technically works fine.
    If you are willing to sacrifice 1080p support for this cheap price then this is definitly your choise!
  • Linux perfect

    posted by Criggie

    Sodding brilliant card! I got this to run in my linux box with debian and motion. After a bit of faffing about with kernel module parameters it runs all three of my cameras at full frame rate.
    There have been no problems at all once its working, so I'm really happy with this card.
    Don't loose the breakout cable - you couldn't buy it separately.
    Also, I have no idea what would happen if you connected a monitor to the dsub15 connector that was used. Perhaps that was a dumb idea by the card maker. Maybe that sku 17848 would be better - it looks like exactly the same card.
    Motion rocks with this card http://www.lavrsen.dk/foswiki/bin/view/Motion
    Zone minder under linux should work too.
    Now to find a respectable CCD camera for that spare input :)
  • Does what It Says on the Tin

    posted by zerodgz

    Yes indeed, this is an actual 4 channel video capture card for a fraction of the price you could get such a "professional" piece of gear elsewhere. It can capture from all 4 inputs simultaneously, in color, from just about any standard-def camera (NTSC or PAL) you can plug into it.
    The included Windows software is beyond terrible. Luckily, this card is based on a few (four, actually) bog-standard SAA71xx encoder chips, which are well supported by Linux and for which Windows drivers are available. I have this card working with Zoneminder under Ubuntu at the moment, and it will also work with Catspy, Dscaler, etc. in Windows.
    If you need multicamera monitoring or capturing on the cheap, forget all the USB 4-way adapters out there and get this instead. It actually works.

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