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Real-Time Game Play Recording Available With Honestech’s VHS TO DVD 3.0 Deluxe


Honestech’s VHS to DVD 3.0 software and hardware enables gamers to record real-time game play from video consoles

Austin, TX, New York, NY at Digital Life, September 27, 2007 — Real-time game play recording is now available with Honestech’s VHS to DVD Deluxe 3.0. Honestech, Inc., a leading developer and marketer of digital video and Internet Protocol (IP) software technology for multimedia content on PCs, handheld devices and phones has announced one button recording for most leading console game systems including Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo and other gaming systems which use Televisions as display monitors.

Perfect for both novices and professionals, VHS to DVD 3.0 offers tools to edit and produce quality video files easily and to save and keep priceless home videos forever in sharp and crystal-clear DVD/CD quality. Using the Easy Wizard Mode, anyone can transfer VHS, Beta, or other videotapes to DVD with just a few clicks, using step-by-step pictorial instructions that guide the user through the process. Advanced scene editing tools allow users to record movies, delete commercials or unwanted scenes, and easily add special effects, titles and chapter points.

Gamers can easily record console play either by utilizing a video splitter, available separately through retailers and video stores, to send their video stream to both VHS to DVD Deluxe’s MY-VIDBOX and their television monitor, or by putting their S-Video console output into the MY-VIDBOX and viewing their game play on their computer monitors via the USB 2.0 connecting the MY VIDBOX to their computer. With one-click recording VHS to DVD Deluxe then records the game play in real time and can be later burned onto a DVD, uploaded to a social network, or sent as a file.

VHS to DVD 3.0 Deluxe supports CD-R/RW, DVD+/-R, DVD+/-RW and DVD+/- R DL and also includes a burning-after-recording feature that is useful when converting a video that is longer than 30 minutes. A recording can be made for the duration set and then burned to the media of choice.

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