MyGica iGrrabber Nano User Manual

Igrabber nano user manual

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iGrabber Nano User Manual

The iGrabber Nano is capture equipment with a specific design for capturing MPEG files, which
transmit screened images to a Hard Drive (HDD) by connecting an AV and S-Video cable with
high resolution (720*576). You can edit from a DV/Digital 8 video recorder, VCR, DVD or camera
to burn VCD, SVCD, DVD, MPEG4, AVI formats directly.

1.1 Feature:

• 640 x 480, 29.97 frames per second NTSC video capture
• 640 x 480, 25 frames per second PAL/SECAM video capture
• High contrast, high quality video -better than DV at the same size
• Excellent audio/video synchronization
• Uncompressed YUV format: 66.5 GB per hour for video and audio
• Compressed JPEG format: 3 GB per hour for video and audio
• 640 x 480 single frame capture
• Audio support up to 48 KHz 16-bit stereo for devices that have audio input
• Auto-Detect Input And Format, to automatically adapt to the current video source
• Rasy to use, AppleScript enabled capture software with fast full screen playback
• Software to export movies to any QuickTime supported format, including DV and H.264
• Share your video with our free S/W at simultaneously.

1.2 Specification
• USB 2.0 PnP Interface, USB video/audio transfer
• Automatic NTSC/PAL detection
• Push to start push to stop button
• Capture the Video directly as MPEG 4 / 2 / 1 Format
• Capture Video Source from VHS, V8, Hi8, etc.
• Support Still Image Capture in JPEG or BMP format
• Video resolution:
• NTSC: 720 x 480 @ 30 FPS
• PAL: 720 x 576 @ 25 FPS
• External video input: Composite and S-Video
• Burn video files on to DVD/VCD/SVCD
• Additional multimedia software – DVD Studio
• MPEG Encoder
• MPEG Editor
• Burn DVD

1.3 System requirements
• Intel Pentium4 1.4G CPU, recommended Pentium4 2.0G or higher
• RMA is 128M, recommend 256M or higher

• A high speed USB 2.0 interface
• A VGA card that supports DirectX9.0
• CD-ROM (for installation)
• 300MB HD space needed to install driver and application. 600MB to 3GB per hour is the space