Live video on your PC plus Video Capture
- Analogue video recording plus live video preview. Record your home video tapes and archive them on a DVD disk (disk burning software not included).
- Live video on your PC... plus Video Capture, Trim and Upload
- Watch live video on your PC screen from video cameras and other Analogue video sources
- Record live video to disc
Watch, capture or record live video from your industrial video camera or home VCR player
USB-Live2 connects to any S-Video or composite video source and brings the video over USB
USB-Live2 connects to any S-Video or composite video source and brings the video into your PC over USB. Plug the USB-Live2 into the USB port on your PC, plug the S-Video or composite video cables into your medical, industrial camera, VCR or Analogue video camera and you're ready to record Analogue video into your PC. USB-Live2 creates MPEG video files, which can be burnt onto DVD or CD discs.
USB-Live2 digitizes video using high quality 4:2:2 video sampling at up to 720p for the best Analogue video quality.
Linux users can download our free PPA for Ubuntu.
USB-Live2 is the easiest way to record your old VHS video tapes
Record your old video tapes to your PC. Use USB-Live2 to convert your home video tapes into DVDs. USB-Live2 records using MPEG-2, which is the compressed video format used in DVD discs. You can use the included Hauppauge Capture application to trim and save your videos to disk.
- Minimum: PC with 2.8 GHz single-core or multi-core 1.8 GHz
- Microsoft Windows 11, 10, 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista
- One free USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 port
- Internet connection for software download and activation
- USB-Live2 video capture device for USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 ports
- AV cable set (removable), with S-Video, composite video plus left and right audio connectors
- WinTV v10 application (download). The WinTV v8 application is for recording video and for capturing still images
- Hauppauge Capture application (download) to capture, trim and upload videos to YouTube
- Quick Installation Guide