Is your company in the market for new video capture hardware? Video capture is a term used to refer to the different methods of digitizing analog video to a computer from an outside source like a TV signal or VCR. Capturing video from an outside source requires the use of specialized video capture hardware, such as a USB-based capture device or card. Capturing video can also be accomplished with a TV tuner. Sometimes, a VGA-to-TSC video converter may also be needed. For any task, PC Connection offers equipment to get the job done.
At PC Connection, businesses can find video capture hardware from a wide array of top brands like Qnap, Eye-Fi, and Toshiba. Qnap's video capture hardware delivers large memory, smooth playbacks, and stable recordings. The streamlined design, server-grade mainboard, and system fan ensure maximum system uptime and reliability. Eye-Fi manufactures top-quality hardware with HDD and multiple channel options, and Toshiba is a brand well-known for versatile products.
When purchasing video capture hardware, consider whether an internal or external device may be better depending on the situation. Internal options require some knowledge to install. With an external one, the hardware device just needs to be connected to an open USB port. If editing will be needed on the videos once they are saved, it's often more convenient to purchase a device that includes bundled software and hardware. This way, the software will be compatible with the saved video format. No matter the equipment needed, PC Connection offers a wide selection of products designed to make video capture easy.