TOSHIBA VideoCapture

Category: Sound & Multimedia
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 26.72MB
Operating System: Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003
Latest Version / Release Date: 7 / 28 Jun 2009

Windows device driver information for TOSHIBA VideoCapture

The TOSHIBA VideoCapture is a tool that captures videos at high speeds. It is easy to install and use. It has software known as the Screen to Video Recorder which enhances the recording of videos. The applications that can be applied on this device are listening to audios, operating the mouse cursor and recording videos. The video Medias recorded on this device are RM, VCD and DVD. Through it, slide shows can be run and they will include texts and sound. It is flexible and versatile allowing users to run different applications and editions. It has an interface that is easy to run. It has a size of about 1.44Mb and this makes it very convenient for use due to its small size. The AVI serves as its recording base where screen activities are saved after recording. Recordings on this device can be paused and then resumed for editing or viewing.

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The TOSHIBA VideoCapture requires systems such as a random access memory (RAM) of 32MB, an operating system of Windows 95, 98, 2000, 2003, NT and XP and a hard drive space of 100MB. A CPU of 133 MHz or higher will also be required. To record and play audios, an earplug or a sound card will be needed. After recording, users will need to test their work. This prompts them to use a video player to cater for the testing. Windows media player maybe used. This device has a high definition resolution for its videos. The display format is 10MP and has a memory card size of 64MB. This capturing device gives clear memories which are full of color. Its drivers can be downloaded from the manufacturer's official site. This is necessary since it takes the latest version of drivers to ensure that the device retains its high performance in both speed and stability. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and TOSHIBA VideoCapture errors before installing any driver updates.