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    WTS: Hauppauge DV Wizard IEEE 1394 video capture card

    Selling my 1 yr old Hauppauge DV Wizard IEEE 1394 video capture card.
    Bought at S$179
    Selling at S$129 (RP)

    Condition: Excellent. Used it to capture and edit many videos, including my friends/relatives ROM and wedding, tours, outing, etc. Burned it to VCD and distribute to my friends. No problem encountered during capturing

    Reason for selling: Bought a new motherboard which has a built-in 1394 port

    Complete Package (no need to buy additional cable or software):
    Hauppauge DV-Wizard board
    2 meter DV device cable (6pin to 4pin)
    Installation Software:
    Ulead Video Studio for video editing
    Nero 5 for CD Authoring and burning
    Manuals on CD
    Quick Installation Guide
    Complete with original box and packaging
    See following URL for photoshots on the whole package

    Hauppauge DV-Wizard contains a single slot PCI card with three IEEE 1394 (Firewire) connectors to attach to the new generation of high-resolution digital video (DV) camcorders
    You can downloaded your DV movies from your digital video camera to your PC.
    You can then edit and add "Hollywood" style effects using Ulead Video Studio, and burn your video production onto a CD-ROM then watch your movie on your home VCD/DVD player with family and friends

    DV-Wizard Features
    1. Connect your DV camcorder to your PC through IEEE 1394 (Firewire)
    2. Convert your DV movies into compressed MPEG (up to 100:1) to use less hard disk space
    3. Edit your DV movies, add voice narrations, CD music and MP3 audio clips
    4. Burn your DV movies onto CD-ROM and play them back on home VCD/DVD players
    5. Output edited videos or record them back to DV tape

    System Requirement:
    Intel® Pentium® II 333Mhz or higher
    1 Free PCI slot
    64 MB RAM
    Windows®98 SE or higher
    4.3GB or larger hard disk drive
    Video card with 4MB RAM or more
    CD-ROM Drive, Sound card
    camcorder (DV or Digital8) with DV (Firewire/IEEE1394/iLink) ports
    CD-RW writer for burning Video CD's

    Interested parties, pls reply to this post or PM me.


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    as this is not strictly photography related, i'm moving it to Kopitiam.

    The Moderator

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    Anyone interested?


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