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Amazon Price: $79.99 $59.90 You save: $20.09 (25%). (as of June 24, 2018 7:35 am – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

Videotapes can deteriorate over time. Your old videos will have color bleed, white specks, and other distortions. Do not risk this happening to your home video collection. Save your precious memories before you lose them forever!

Easily convert, save, and share your precious memories with VIDBOX Video Conversion for Mac to bring back precious memories from your old VHS, Betamax and camcorder tapes. Anyone can convert old tapes to digital formats and preserve priceless home videos forever using this product.

VIDBOX Video conversion for Mac provides everything you need to easily convert your videos to digital formats. All you need is a VCR/camcorder and a Mac. Step-by-step pictorial instructions guide you through the process.

What's Included:

● USB video capture device

● USB cable

● RCA cables for composite video

● Software Installation CD with electronic manual

● Quick Start Guide

System Requirements:

● Operating System: Mac OS 10.6 or higher

● Available USB 2.0 or 3.0 port

● Processor: Pentium Core 2 Duo or higher

● Memory: 1GB of RAM

● Free hard disk space: 15GB recommended

● VCR or camcorder for tape conversion

Output Formats:

● MOV

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.3 x 2.3 x 7.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00DPHOV0A
  • Item model number: VFM1M
  • Date first listed on Amazon: July 22, 2013

Customer Reviews

This thing works great. People may not understand this is just a capture device. Nothing more.

 on July 9, 2016
By Bro tim
This thing does what you want it to do. I really dont know what all the bad reviews are. It captures the analog signal and can capture the S video out also. Its not going to make your home movies 1080p. They end up on Mac at 720 which is nothing to sneeze at. I watch mine on plex and it works out great. If the VHS is older the quality will be lower even tho the rendering is 720p.

Great device! Works perfectly!

 on July 28, 2017
By PugLover
This is amazing. I was a little skeptical that this would work, but wasn’t comfortable sending away my irreplaceable VHS tapes to be converted to digital files. This is incredibly easy to use and produces perfect reproductions of my VHS tapes. You simply use the included red/white/yellow cord to connect it to your VCR’s output jacks, and use the other included USB cord to connect it from the device to you computer’s USB port, click to select that you are using the red/white/yellow cord (or your other choice is the “S jack” cord), select how long your VCR tape is (I just set it to 2 hours and then it is easy to stop it sooner if your recording ends earlier), choose what folder you’d like to save the digital file on your computer, then push play on your VCR, and record on your computer screen. You can watch the tape on your computer as it records. You can also watch tapes this way without recording. It is a great little device! I then open the file in iMovie, edit out the blank spaces, enhance the quality and save.

macOS High Sierra – required support workaround

 on January 1, 2018
By M. Cole
* UPDATE * Discovered after buying that macOS High Sierra does NOT support the ‘capture device’ model (VCD01) included with my purchase .. however, VIDBOX customer support resolved by sending me a different capture device model (NW07) .. it works perfectly!!!

Video conversion on the cheap.

 on April 10, 2015
By John Kenderdine
Worked out very well with iMac and older JVC VHS player. My only criticism is that the registration process failed even with alternate attempts to register directly through their website rather than from the application. I got an error message suggesting I did not have a working internet connection, which I most surely did have. Nevertheless, it can be set not to bug you about registering up to 30 day intervals, and it in no way hampers the functionality otherwise even if one never registers.

I liked this so much I bought a 2nd one

 on February 17, 2016
By Joe Pillera
I started out with one hooked up to a VHS player. I just bought a 2nd one for the 8mm player that’s on the way. On the plus side, this product is wonderful. It works and it works well. On the down side, I’d encourage you all to invest the time to master a good video editing work flow. Why? Old VHS tapes (ie. from the 1980s) often suffer from degradation – both in the video and sound (it’s all stored on the same film). In the enclosed image, a lady from church turned green. For some reason, VHS film goes green and slides/negatives go orange on you over time. In my case, using the Adobe Creative Cloud toolset was time well spent. Adobe Premier Pro CC for the video and Adobe Audition for the sound. One last thing: strongly consider Verbatim media. Those DVDs and BluRay blanks will last a long time if stored properly.