Grass Valley frees content captured on VHS tapes

ADVCmini converts material on VHS and videocams into editable files.
ADVCmini converts video into files that can be edited in Final Cut Pro or iMovie.
ADVCmini converts video into files that can be edited in Final Cut Pro or iMovie.

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Grass Valley is letting Mac owners edit content trapped on old VHS tapes and digital camcorders.

ADVCmini converts the video into files that can be edited on the Mac in Final Cut Pro or iMovie. The video can be captured via composite, S-Video, or SCART cables along with stereo audio.

According to Grass Valley, PerfectPicture technology helps to ensure high quality conversion from composite video sources. The ADVCmini unit is small, portable and is powered by the Mac’s USB port.

The included software provides a video capture tool and compresses the video as it converts. USB, composite video/audio, S-Video and SCART cables are provided.

The ADVCmini for Mac has a standard list price of US $149.

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