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HP DC3000

Discussion in 'Video capturing from analog sources' started by Applegate, Dec 3, 2003.

  1. Applegate

    Applegate Member

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    Has anybody used the HP DC3000? I guess for $325.00 dollars you just hook it up to your vcr or camcorder (analog) and the other side to your USB port, stick in a DVD+R/RW and hit a button and it tunrs all your analog videos or movies to digital and burns them. I don't want to buy one until I hear good or bad on the unit? Anybody?
     
  2. onestop

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    Hello, what you mentioned is really convenient but unless you really like the DVD burner or there are cheaper and definitely better video encoding cards available. Just have to check out the input resolution or better if it is using the 10bit video decoder chip. Other than the quality of the product, I would susgest that you also take into consideration the after sales service they are providing. Check this out for what others have to say http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/41114

    There once I saw someone in this forum claims that he is the designer of this product, probably he will have more to tell you when he log on.
     
  3. lee810

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    Yes, that would be me. You can check out the FAQ at:

    http://www.k0lee.com/dc3000

    There's a user group linked to the FAQ as well.

    -Lee
     

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