How to Use SilverCrest USB Video Grabber SVG 2.0 A2 Software
If you have old analogue video recordings that you want to digitise and preserve, you might be interested in the SilverCrest USB Video Grabber SVG 2.0 A2 software. This software allows you to connect your camcorder, video recorder or other analogue video sources to your laptop or PC and transfer them to digital storage media. In this article, we will show you how to use this software and what features it offers.
What You Need
To use the SilverCrest USB Video Grabber SVG 2.0 A2 software, you will need the following items:
A SilverCrest USB Video Grabber SVG 2.0 A2 device[^1^]
A USB cable (included in the package)
A video cable (either composite or S-Video, depending on your video source)
An audio cable (two RCA connectors)
A CD-ROM with the software and drivers (included in the package)
A laptop or PC with Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 operating system
A video source (such as a VHS player, a camcorder or a video game console)
How to Install the Software and Drivers
Before you can use the SilverCrest USB Video Grabber SVG 2.0 A2 software, you need to install the software and drivers on your laptop or PC. Follow these steps:
Insert the CD-ROM into your CD/DVD drive and wait for the autorun menu to appear.
Select your preferred language and click OK.
Click Install Driver and follow the instructions on the screen.
When prompted, connect the USB Video Grabber device to your laptop or PC using the USB cable.
Wait for the driver installation to complete and click Finish.
Click Install Software and follow the instructions on the screen.
Select CyberLink PowerDirector as the software you want to install and click Next.
Accept the license agreement and click Next.
Select a destination folder for the software and click Next.
Select a start menu folder for the software and click Next.
Select whether you want to create a desktop icon for the software and click Next.
Click Install and wait for the installation to complete.
How to Use the Software
Once you have installed the software and drivers, you can use the SilverCrest USB Video Grabber SVG 2.0 A2 software to capture, edit and save your analogue video recordings. Follow these steps:
Connect your video source (such as a VHS player) to the USB Video Grabber device using either the composite or S-Video cable (depending on your video source).
Connect your audio source (such as a VHS player) to the USB Video Grabber device using the audio cable.
Launch the CyberLink PowerDirector software from your start menu or desktop icon.
Select Capture from the main menu.
Select SilverCrest USB 2.0 Video Grabber SVG 2.0 A2 as your capture device from the drop-down list.
Select your video format (PAL or NTSC) and resolution (720 x 576 or 720 x 480) from the settings menu.</li
>Select whether you want to capture audio from your video source or from your microphone.</li
>Select a destination folder for your captured video files.</li
>If you want to split your captured video into smaller files, select a file size 29c81ba772