WWW.IONAUDIO.COMAugust 23, 2014
Turn your home movies into convenient, portable video files with VCR 2 PC.
You probably have a collection of old VHS tapes left over from the VCR era. And if you have important events stored on those tapes--baby movies, birthdays, weddings, or graduations--you probably would like to find a way to enjoy them again. VCR 2 PC is the easiest way for you to stop collecting dust on your precious memories and start rediscovering and enjoying them on your PC, iPod, mobile phone, or any other video player!
VCR 2 PC is a VHS tape player, just like a VCR, and it features a simple, easy USB connection so you can connect your computer and take your videos wherever you want them. Because it uses standard, USB, you only need the single, included cable to send both audio and video straight into your computer. And the included EZ VHS Converter software was designed specifically to make it easy to enjoy your videos on DVD, iPod, PSP, or computer. You can even watch videos on your compatible mobile phones!
Once you save your videos to your computer, they will be saved forever in pristine digital format. You’ll never again have to dig through a bookshelf of unlabeled tapes to find the clip you're after. And because a digital file has no moving parts, you never need to worry about a tape breaking.
Remember all those other types of camcorders, such as VHS-C or 8mm? VCR 2 PC can save their videos too. Just connect the camera to the front panel jacks on VCR 2 PC and you're ready to roll.
Not only does VCR 2 PC conveniently digitize all of your videos, but it also works as a standard VHS player with auto-tracking, so you can continue to enjoy your VHS tapes. Standard VCR controls including variable speed slow motion, playback, and rewind are all available on soft-touch, backlit buttons. There's also a PAL version of VCR 2 PC with SCART output so no matter where your VHS tapes came from, ION can help reconnect you and your videos.
Watch an online tutorial that walks you through installing the VCR 2 PC drivers on a PC running Windows 7.
All information is preliminary and subject to change.