Dazzle Hollywood DV-Bridge - VideoHelp Capture Card

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Dazzle Hollywood DV-Bridge DV/Firewire
DV Converter
Analog VideoIn
Win95? Win98 Win2K WinXP
Vista? NT4? MAC Linux
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FireWire $250 6.8/10
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Description (from the manufacturer site)
With Hollywood DV-Bridge, you can convert your old VHS tapes to high quality DV video. The video world is moving from analog to DV and converting your video to DV ensures it will be around for the future in a standardized high quality format. You can also convert your DV video to analog. This makes it easy to send video tapes to people with analog VCRs. You can even take clips from your analog and DV tapes and combine them into one master production. With Hollywood DV-Bridge, you edit your video in the DV format which means you won't lose any video quality in the editing process. Hollywood DV-Bridge is the universal solution for converting and editing analog and DV video.

Key Features

Capture Analog or DV Video - Hollywood DV-Bridge makes it simple to connect all your video devices. Connect any camcorder, TV or VCR to capture video to your computer. (DV Capture on PC Only)


Edit in DV Video Format for Quality and Speed - Hollywood DV-Bridge converts video to the DV format for editing. Editing in DV ensures you will not loose video quality during the editing process and is faster than editing in other formats.


Convert Analog Video to DV - Hollywood DV-Bridge converts video from analog video to DV. DV is the format of the future. Archiving video in DV ensures it will be around in a high quality standardized format. Make multiple copies of a DV video without losing video quality from one generation to the next.


Convert DV Video to Analog - Hollywood DV-Bridge also converts video from DV to analog. Analog devices such as VCRs and analog camcorders are the most common devices in the market so converting video to analog makes it easy to share video.


Convert Video Without a PC - Connect an analog and DV camcorder to Hollywood DV-Bridge and you can convert from Analog to DV and DV to analog without the use of a computer.


Monitor Video From a TV - Hollywood DV-Bridge makes it easy to view your video on a TV monitor while you are transferring it to the computer. No need to squint to see your video in a small window on your computer monitor; see it in full screen on a TV to cue your video or to check out the quality.


Works with FireWire-enabled PCs and Macs - Hollywood DV-Bridge works with FireWire (1394)-enabled PCs and Macs.


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Comments posted by Francis from France, November 23, 2006:
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DV Converter = Analog composite or/and SVHS video input and converts to DV video
MPEG1 hardware = Capture directly MPEG1(VCD) video using hardware*
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