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Topic # 26239 16-Sep-2008 13:50
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http://www.1-day.co.nz/products/BLPBEP8VT

The Pinnacle Video Transfer is compact, easy-to use USB 2.0 device that lets you copy a video source to any USB 2.0 mass storage device, such as a video iPod, PSP, USB 2.0 flash drive or USB 2.0 hard drive.  
You don't need a PC to use Pinnacle Video Transfer. It transfers video directly from the source to the storage device.
 
Want to watch TV shows and movies on your iPod or PSP? Make a digital copy of precious home movie tapes? Back up holiday videos when away from home? At the touch of a button Pinnacle Video Transfer rapidly records video in MPEG-4 quality onto any USB 2.0 storage device without using a PC. It provides high quality MPEG-4 encoding in H.264 at up to 720x480/576 (NTSC/PAL) resolution and supports multiple inputs including S-Video, Composite video and stereo audio. Video transfer is fast thanks to high-speed USB 2.0 technology, and the compact size makes it perfect for backing up holiday videos.
 
With the press of a button Pinnacle Video Transfer lets you:
  • Record TV shows and movies to your iPod or Sony PSP
  • Digitize home movies to a USB 2.0 hard drive for safe keeping
  • Back up home videos on a portable USB 2.0 storage device
  • Directly record gaming sessions from your favourite console to a mobile device
 
Features:
  • PC-less capture of your video to an iPod, PSP, USB 2.0 hard drive or USB flash stick
  • One-touch start/stop recording from any video source including a TV, DVD player, PVR, camcorder, set-top box or gaming console
  • High-quality MPEG-4 encoding in H.264 at up to 720x480/576 (NTSC/PAL) resolution
  • Multiple capture options for mobile devices, full screen PC and even video editing or DVD burning
  • S-Video, composite video and stereo audio analogue inputs
  • Compact size makes it perfect for travelling
  • Recharges iPod battery during video transfer (cable not included)
 
Specifications:
  • Input connectors
    • Composite Video: 1xRCA (PAL-SECAM-NTSC)
    • S-Video: 1xY/C (PAL-SECAM-NTSC)
    • Stereo Audio: 2xRCA
  • Capture format: H.264(MPEG-4)
  • USB output (devices not included)
    • Sony PSP (firmware version 2.81 or higher)
    • Apple iPod Video, Nano and Classic
    • (FAT32 only, firmware version 1.2.1 or higher)
    • iPod Touch and iPhone are supported via iTunes
    • USB2.0 Hard Disk Drive (FAT 16/32 only)
    • Flash Memory Stick USB 2.0 (FAT 16/32 only). Video quality dependant on stick data rate.
  • Dimensions: 124 x 68 x 22mm
 
Package includes:
  • Pinnacle Video Transfer
  • Audio/Video cable 3 x RCA
  • AC adaptor
  • Quick start guide


http://www.1-day.co.nz/products/BLPBEP8VT

Seems like a bargain...




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for....recording freeview from your box?

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