Tag: Elgato Video Capture Device

Hands on Review for the Elgato Video Capture

By Dan Brown – Guest Writer Found at Amazon at http://amzn.to/1PZbMrD  Like many people we collected several movies over the years on VHS tape. Many of these are Disney moves or other kid movies. Our kids are now adults and have moved out of our house, but we do anticipate that they will soon marry and we will have grandchildren around that might want to watch those movies. Ideally we would simply keep the tapes around and play them on the VCR when the grandkids are around. However, our VCR no longer works, and it is no longer possible to

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Hands on Review of the Elgato Video Capture Device, John Zajdler, New Podcast, MyMovies – HGG171

John Zajdler (@Dieharder) and John Greenaway join Jim (@jcollison) for show #171 of Home Gadget Geeks brought to you by the Average Guy Network, part of http://thegeeksnetwork.com/.  It’s time for a little Home Server action while we have John with us.  We also introduce John Greenaway to the program and catch up with him.  We talk about the post he did on the Elgato Video Capture Device. Support the Average Guy Tech Scholarship Fund: https://www.patreon.com/theaverageguy Join us for the show live each Thursday at 8pmC/9E/1UTC at http://theAverageGuy.tv/live or call in your questions or comments to be played on the show

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Hands on Review of the Elgato Video Capture Device – Digitizing and Archiving Analog Video

John Greenaway is a Home Tech listener since show #1 is guest writing for The Average Guy Blog. This item was purchased with proceeds from the Average Guy Tech Scholarship Fund. https://www.patreon.com/theaverageguy Working through the outset of this project was emotional as well as therapeutic for me.  As such, I felt compelled to elaborate a small amount on why I embarked on this project and how the combination of my personal / family situation, my nostalgic nature, my interest and appreciation for technology, and my paranoid approach to data management, and archival led me to this point.  For those solely

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