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InnoDV TV-USB2! Review

  • Built-in TV-tuner supports NTSC or PAL video standard
  • Real time video capture via S-video and Composite connection
  • High Speed USB 2.0 interface (Transfer rate up to 480 Mbps)
  • USB bus power supported, no external power needed
  • Watches and records Live TV program
  • Still Image Capture
  • Scheduled recording
  • Time-shift recording
  • Supports recording in DVD, SVCD and VCD digital video formats

recording and screen capture function of the InnoDV TV-USB2! is only possible with the use of a powerful VCR software.The bundled software
Cyberlink PowerVCR II is the perfect program
which gives us the ease of of recording our favourite TV programs on our
computer. Almost all the function of a full fledge hardware VCR can be found in
Cyberlink PowerVCR II .  This include the standard recording, multiple
scheduled recording and Time-shifting recording.

Time-shift recording

This may be an unfamiliar term to some of us
as it is a feature which only some of the hard drive based VCR have. Time
shifting recording simply means recording and playback simultaneously. One
scenario to make use of this function – you are watching a live telecast of a
soccer match of your favorite team, someone or something urgent interrupted you
and you have to attend it. Yet you don’t want to miss out the actions. What do
you do? Turn on the time shifting recording. When you are back in  front of
your TV, just drag the time line back to the time you left off. The recording is
still on but what you are watching is 10 minutes ago when you left. So when
there is a half time or commercial break, simply skip forward and you may just
catch up to watch it live again

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