AVS Video Capture

A simple to use video capturing application.
AVS Video Capture - The main window of AVS Video Capture allows users to view the options they have in hand to record videos.
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Capturing videos isn’t such a difficult job as it might seem. AVS Video Capture is a nice tool that can help you with several types of tasks.

The app has a simple interface that should be easy to figure out by all users.

As mentioned, the program can transfer video files from DV and VHS cams to the hard drive and help you create home video DVDs. Thus, you can finally put those movies and childhood videos on a modern device.

The app also works with TV tuners, DVB cards and web cameras, so you can use the program in more than one way. MiniDV camcorders are also compatible with the program.

AVS Video Capture can encode videos directly to MPEG4 instead of native hardware uncompressed video format. This should save quite a lot of space on the computer. A target location may be defined for the output files. Once the process is complete, you may view a summary of the task that contains the captured video duration, size and number of files.

The bottom line is that AVS Video Capture is a great program that is sure to be very helpful. Inexperienced users should find it easy to work with, thanks to the intuitive layout and its overall simplicity.

Reviewed by , last updated on March 22nd, 2013

file size:
18 MB
license type:
developed by:
Online Media Technologies Ltd
operating system(s):
Windows All
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AVS Video Capture can transfer video from DV and VHS cams to hard drive and create home video DVDs. Capture video from...

Users are advised to pay attention while installing this ad-supported application:

  • Creates desktop or start menu shortcuts for items unrelated to the program's functionality.

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