FS: Dazzle Digital Video Creator II

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by John Wilson, Dec 1, 2002.

  1. John Wilson

    John Wilson Supporting Actor

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    This is a hardware capture card, breakout box and software suite. Works with analog input only and I recently got a miniDV camera so thats why I'm selling. I was using it with both Win98SE and XP Pro and it works very well. Came with version 4.20 for Win98 but aslo have patches on CD to bring it up to v4.24 which is the latest for WinXP. More info can be found Here and This is where the s/w upgrade for use with XP is located.
    The MovieStar software package is easy to use and DVDiT LE is also included to make DVDs. I'm asking $175 shipped to the lower 48 states.
    Thanks for looking.
     
  2. Eric-S

    Eric-S Stunt Coordinator

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    I see this being offered for $99 new, can you tell me if the item you have for sale is somehow different to justify the higher price?

    Thanks,

    Eric
     
  3. John Wilson

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    Eric,
    I'm not sure where you are seeing this item for $99 but the Dazzle site lists it for $273.99. The Digital Video Creator II is a complete hardware and software video capturing/editing suite and includes both a breakout box and PCI card. Don't confuse the $99 DVD COMPLETE pop-up on the Dazzle site with what I am selling. [​IMG]
    I think I'm offering this for a fair price.[​IMG]
     
  4. Marc Carra

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    John's right, we sell the Dazzle DVCII for $479 Canadian, at my store. It's a great product, by the way. If you have a laserdisc collection you wish to transfer to DVD, this is the best product to use.


    Marc.
     
  5. Eric-S

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    Sorry, I was confused with the lower priced unit. I am interested. Can I use 3rd party software such as Vegas Video once I have transfered the video? If so I will take it at that price.
    Send me an email if it is still available and we can work out payment.
    [email protected]
    Thanks!
    Eric
     

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