ADVC 110 & 300 Advanced Digital Video Converter

ADVC 110 & 300 Advanced Digital Video Converter

ADVC 110 Advanced Digital Video Converter

ADVC100 Product

ADVC110 Front and Back
High-quality Bidirectional Analog/Digital Video Conversion
Use ADVC110 to connect all analog and digital video cameras, decks and editing systems. ADVC110 is a portable and easy-to-use digital video converter compatible with Windows and Mac OS computers. ADVC110 is the ideal device for capturing and outputting analog video from any FireWire-equipped notebook and desktop computer. There are no drivers to install and ADVC110 does not require a power supply when used with a 6-pin FireWire cable.

  • Connects to all widely used DV and analog video equipment
  • Compatible with Windows and Mac OS DV editing systems
  • Compatible with leading editing and DVD authoring applications including Grass Valley EDIUS, Canopus Let’s EDIT, Final Cut Pro®, Adobe® Premiere® Pro, Vegas®, iLife®, Ulead MediaStudio® Pro, and Windows® Movie Maker
  • Audio-only conversion support
  • No need to install drivers or any software applications
  • Powered by IEEE 1394 FireWire connector*
  • NTSC and PAL compatible
  • Color bar reference signal generator

*The ADVC-PSU5V AC Adaptor Kit (sold separately) is required when connecting ADVC110 to a 4-pin IEEE 1394 FireWire port.

ADVC 110

Availability: Usually ships 1-2 business days
Price: $269

Technical Specifications:
Video Formats*

  • NTSC: 720×480 @ 29.97fps
  • PAL/SECAM: 720×576 @ 25fps

*ADVC110 accepts SECAM video input only.
Audio Formats

  • 2-channel 48kHz 16-bit
  • 2-channel 32kHz 12-bit

Digital Video Input/Output

  • 1 x 4-pin FireWire (100Mbps)
  • 1 x 6-pin FireWire (100Mbps)

Analog Video Input

  • 1 x S-Video (4-pin miniDIN)
  • 1 x composite (RCA)

Analog Video Output

  • 1 x S-Video (4-pin miniDIN)
  • 1 x composite (RCA)

Analog Audio Input (unbalanced)

  • 1 x stereo (RCA)

Analog Audio Output (unbalanced)

  • 1 x stereo (RCA)

Power Source

  • IEEE 1394 bus powered or DC5V from EIAJ#2 DC jack

Power Usage

  • 4.5W

ADVC 300 Advanced Digital Video Converter

ADVD300 product

Professional-quality Bidirectional Analog/Digital Video Conversion
The ADVC300 is the ultimate bidirectional analog to digital video converter unit for the video enthusiast. Featuring high-quality image enhancement technology including digital noise reduction and image stabilization using Line Time Base Correction (LTBC), ADVC300 instantly cleans, stabilizes and preserves old VHS and Hi8 videos in clean DV format. Supporting Windows® and Mac OS®, ADVC300 is compatible with all widely used video editing applications including Grass Valley EDIUS,
Final Cut Pro®, Avid Xpress® DV and Adobe® Premiere® Pro.

ADVC300: Key Features

  • Connects to all widely used DV and analog video equipment
  • Converts VHS, S-VHS and Hi8 analog videotapes to DV and back in one
    simple step
  • Cleans and enhances analog video input, ideal for preserving aged
    videotape footage
  • Capable of capturing and exporting analog video from leading video editing and DVD authoring applications for Windows and Mac OS
  • Can be used as a stand-alone bidirectional analog / digital video converter without needing a computer
  • Component video output support, ideal for monitoring video with a broadcast
    video monitor
  • NTSC and PAL compatible

ADVC 300

Availability: No longer available
Price: $499

Technical Specifications:
Video Formats

  • NTSC: 720×480 @ 29.97fps
  • PAL/SECAM: 720×576 @ 25fps

Audio Formats

  • 2-channel 48kHz 16-bit
  • 2-channel 32kHz 12-bit (input for two channels only)

Digital Video Input/Output

  • 1 x 4-pin FireWire
  • 1 x 6-pin FireWire

Analog Video Input

  • 1 x S-Video (4-pin miniDIN)
  • 1 x composite (RCA)

Analog Video Output

  • 1 x component (D1 D-Terminal connector)
  • 1 x S-Video (4-pin miniDIN)
  • 1 x composite (RCA)

Analog Audio Input (unbalanced)

  • 1 x stereo (RCA)

Analog Audio Output (unbalanced)

  • 1 x stereo (RCA)

1 Comment

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