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Roxio Easy VHS To DVD For Mac

Platform : Mac OS X Intel
3.6 out of 5 stars 41 customer reviews

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System Requirements

  • Platform: Mac OS X Intel
  • Media: Software
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 14 x 3.8 cm ; 181 g
  • ASIN: B00266PHEK
  • Release Date: June 1 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars 41 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #48 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
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Product Description

Easy VHS to DVD for Mac,English,Mac



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Customer Reviews

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Very happy with this product. Got to transfer all our old home movie Hi8 video tapes to digital format. Video easily transfers into iMovie where I could separate clips, label and categorize them.

The camcorder I connected it to only had a mono output but a simple 5 dollar RCA "Y" splitter solved that no problem to get audio out of both channels.

As others have complained... yes it is a real time transfer, if its a 6 hour tape its a 6 hour transfer. But what did you expect, this product isn't going to somehow change how your old tape player works so that complaint is unfounded. Just start the transfer and walk away until its done! There is some processing time after the video is completed but its really of no consequence.

Compatible with my mac book pro running OS X El Capitan ver: 10.11.3

Great product thank you!
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Roxio did not work with my mac. One day it would connect and the next it would not. When it did connect, I could not get any audio or video to show up. I, however have a PC and purchased the PC version for the other computer and that version did work.
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By Prairie Pal TOP 1000 REVIEWER on June 20 2009
I have a large collection of precious material stored on just-about-obsolete media and have often wanted to transfer it to more current and durable media. This handy little combination of software and hardware made it very easy for me to do so. Set-up is quite simple, controls are intuitive and the result is very creditable.
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VHS transfer is still very time consuming. Requires real time transfer. A 6 hour VHS is still 6 hours of transfer time. The post processing time after video capture was longer than expected. I was expecting the video capture to processed into a usable .mov file as it was being captured. This occurs after the capture, involving another long wait.

The product itself is very easy to use and very compact compared to other systems. Price for Mac version is considerably more than PC version. Not sure why this should be.
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I had used this product at my local library and decided to purchase it for my home us as I have quite a number of VHS's to make into DVD's. Once I received it however, I had nothing but problems with it. Setting it up was a bit challenging and then DVD players (multiple ones) wouldn't play the format. Customer service simply advised me to first go through the exact process that I had numerous times (which I did and ruined another DVD) and then uninstall and reinstall the program. When I did this, it updated the program which meant now I could no longer shorten the movies (like when I wouldn't stop the recording before the VHS would start to rewind and now there is this huge amount of blue at the end of some of my movies) and I can't import it to iMovie because, according to my latest interaction with customer service, "Please note that Roxio Easy VHS to DVD for Mac is not compatible with El Capitan and may run issues while installed." Their suggestion was to install a third party program to convert my movie to then import to iMovie, to then export to Toast when I am ready to burn it onto DVD. And don't even get me started on Toast. You cannot burn these movies onto dvd without it but they didn't include it with my purchase (when the website clearly states that they do). All in all, this has been a horrible experience that I have now invested over $100 into.
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By BREAVIELL TOP 500 REVIEWER on Sept. 30 2015
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This is an amazing product. Works extremely well at transferring your VHS / C-VHS / BETA / 8mm / DVD and any other media images into a digitized format on your computer -- in this case any Mac OSX. But to do so, whatever device you're using to play those formats must absolutely have either a phono video output with at least one phono audio output... or an all encompassing S-VHS output. This product will not accept a coaxial cable input or any sort of upconverting YPB cable links. It only uses old-school phono plugs and/or S-VHS plug. That said, the product really does produce a high quality digital version of whatever you throw at it. It's also very easy to use -- very user friendly -- without all the bloated useless crapware options that generally confuse the crap out of most end-users. This is a really simple, scaled down, useful and effective device that pretty much just does one thing extremely well... and that is getting your old analog stuff digitized over to your computer with a very small learning curve. There's one negative I'd have to apply to it. There's only 3 conversion settings... High, Medium and Low. Unfortunately, none of these three are really suitable for displaying your movies on widescreen TVs. I say that because the Medium and Low settings produce an image that doesn't make use of your TVs full real estate in an acceptable quality. So you're stuck having to convert to the High setting. But here's the thing... That setting will convert a typical 2 hr VHS tape into a whopping 35 G .mov file. That's totally unacceptable, especially if your computer is only a couple of TB or less because it wouldn't take long to fill it up completely if you're transferring a lot of old home videos. It's not even a workable size for uploading to any cloud services.Read more ›
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