Intelligent video recorder for digitalizing video material via RCA and jack inputs onto USB and SD storage devices.
Suitable for use with camcorders and video cameras (VHS, VHS-C, S-VHS, HiB, MiniDV, DVD Cam), video recorders, DVD players and televisions as well as iPads, iPhones and iPods.
The Auna Videosafe is digital video recorder that makes older analogue and digital video recordings ready for the digital age.
The device receives video signals from either jack or RCA inputs (typically from a video camera/recorder (please find a list of compatible devices below) and, with the press of a button, records onto USB/SD storage devices such as external hard drives or USB sticks.
A handy addition is its microphone input for adding live commentary, moderating or accompanying information to your recordings.
The HDMI and composite video outputs allow for quality video material as well as displaying recordings on both modern and older types of televisions. Additionally, the user has no need to attach an external monitor thanks to the recorder’s integrated 2.7" inch display screen and integrated speaker.
You can recrod to MP4 file format that features a powerful and space saving H-264 video codec and MP3 audio for an excellent recording quality.
The device is suitable to work with camcorders and video cameras (VHS, VHS-C, S-VHS, Hi8, MiniDV, DVD Cam), VCRs, DVD players, TVs and iPad, iPhones and iPods (including docking stations with the video output).
The recorder’s intuitive design means that even beginners can quickly and easily get to grips with the Auna Videosafe.
Typical uses for the recorder are: archiving old home videos or VHS films as well as converting material from a less common format to a more standard one that can be further edited, released, copied or handed out.
The Videosafe is an extremely cost effective means for archiving and digitalisation, even with larger tasks, compared to most other solutions.
Please note that the pixel resolution and picture format are fixed at 720 x 480 and 16:9 respectively. This may require some material – depending on output format – to be cut and scaled. Please check the parameters of your output material before using the device.