|Create movie magic any time any place on your notebook computer with Pyro 1394 Port For Notebooks. 1394/FireWire is the external bus technology that professional video editors have been using for years to transfer footage from their DV camcorders to their computers to produce broadcast quality videos. Now it s your turn to play director. Use Pyro Digital Video to spark your imagination and create your own home movies video greeting cards and video e-mail. Easily transfer and edit video from your DV camcorder. Flow from scene to scene with Hollywood-style transitions. Add voice narration plus create soundtracks from favorite music CDs and MP3 files. Produce videos for tape e-mail and Internet streaming. Record video back to DV tape. Hardware Features:. Avid Approved for Xpress DV. Adds 3 IEEE1394 ports to your Notebook computer. Connect digital camcorders or a FireWire WebCam. Faster than SCSI or USB 1 (transfer data at 400 Mb/Sec.). Connect to FireWire Hard Drives Printers Scanners Cameras and more. Daisy chain FireWire 1394 storage devices. Connect up to 63 FireWire peripherals. Plug and Play. Hot swappable. Built-in power jack for optional power adapter. This light weight adapter (less than 6 oz.) and the PYRO 1394DV for Notebooks enables using bus powered FireWire WebCams and drives with your notebook computer. Get all the speed that your computer was designed to deliver. External devices such as Printer ports and USB move at a snails pace compared to IEEE1394. 1394/FireWire lets you connect up to 63 devices to your computer and operate at speeds up to 400 Mb/sec that#s 50 MB of data per second!. PC Minimum System Requirements:. Windows 98 Second Edition Windows Me Windows 2000 or Windows XP. Pentium II 333 MHz AMD K6 or faster processor. Available 32 bit CardBus slot. Minimum System for Digital Video Capture and Editing:. 64 MB RAM. Available 32 bit CardBus slot. Sound card. CD-ROM drive. 80 MB hard disk space for capture/editing application. 4 GB hard disk spac|
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