ClonerAlliance standalone video recorders are very suitable for recording video and audio from media stick, media device, set-top box, etc. due to their built-in H.264/H.265 encoder and the PC-free recording feature. Then how to connect the devices? Take Roku as an example.
ClonerAlliance, the dedicated provider of hardware and software for video capture and recording, now announced the launch of ClonerAlliance UHD Pro, the second standalone 4K video recorder device following ClonerAlliance UHD Lite that lets you record video at up to 4K@30fps to your USB flash drive or mobile hard disk.
ClonerAlliance, the dedicated provider of hardware and software for video capture and recording, now announced the launch of ClonerAlliance UHD Lite, a standalone 4K video recorder device that lets you record video at up to 4K@30fps to your USB flash drive or mobile hard disk. No PC required.
Video capture cards, also called video cards, is used to input video data from analog cameras, video recorders, LD video disc players, TV sets, or mixed data of video and audio, convert them into discriminated digital data, which become editable video data files and then store in the computer. According to usage, they can be divided into broadcast video capture card, professional video capture card, and home-use video capture card.
Generally, an HDMI video recorder is equipped with two recording modes, PC mode and PC-Free mode. The former mode is to directly connect PC for video recording, and the latter is to insert a USB flash drive or mobile hard disk into the video recorder, where the video will be recorded and saved, without a PC. If you choose to record the video to the USB flash drive, it can be played directly without transferring the USB flash drive to PC for playback. At present, there is a product in our…