A compact application that helps users capture video streams from different sources and save them to AVI, WMV, MKV, FLV, MP4, or MPG file format.

  • TVideoGrabber
  • Version : Build 170509
  • License :Demo
  • OS :Windows All
  • Publisher :Datastead

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TVideoGrabber Description

TVideoGrabber is a compact Windows video recording tool able to capture streams from various digital video sources, like TV cards, webcams, camcorders, or USB devices.

The layout seems a bit crowded at a first glance but this is only because the program comes packed with many dedicated parameters.

TVideoGrabber gives users the possibility to start, pause, resume, or stop the recording process, specify the frame rate and size, capture in a full screen mode or the selected desktop area, as well as record video streams from IP cameras by specifying the IP or URL and preview the clips.

What’s more, you can record audio streams to WAV or MP3 file format, adjust the volume and balance, enable the VU meters, select the audio device, and pick the video and audio compressor. Plus, the video streams can be recorded to AVI, WMV, MKV, FLV, MP4, MPG, or other file formats.

The application features a built-in media player which gives users the possibility to create playlists, zoom in or out, activate the loop mode, open the clips at a specified number of video frames, and save the frames to BMP, JPEG, or copy them to the Clipboard.

Other important options worth mentioning are represented by the possibility to enable the motion detection feature, reduce the video noise, set the RGB, apply greyscale effects, switch to a full screen mode, as well as overlay the text and choose the transparency level, color, and alignment.

When it comes to video processing operations, you can rotate and crop the clips, apply deinterlacing effects, and alter the levels of brightness, contrast, saturation, and hue.

All in all, TVideoGrabber provides a handy set of parameters for helping you record video streams and play clips, but the layout is not very intuitive, so rookies may spend some time trying to set up the entire process.

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