You probably have compact discs, dvds and maybe audio cassettes in your garage, collecting dust. Your mom probably has all of your dance recitals and high school musicals saved on VHS tapes, also collecting dust. Your grandmother probably has home movies of your parents on 8mm film, collecting dust. With the holidays coming up, those of us in our late 20s, 30s and 40s can probably remember back to a day where after the big holiday meal we retreated to the living room and watched all of these memories in their original formats. Maybe you have these rituals in your home today, but undoubtedly one of your kids has asked “mom, dad, where are your old movies”.
VidBox can help.
VidBox is an Austin startup that specializes in creating transfer products that can easily transfer analog audio and video recordings from their original format to computer files. Their transfer devices are easy to use and they do what they say and say what they do, on every package. They also cost less than trying to take those old boxes of tapes to a camera store and having them converted.
VidBox is always innovating but right now their products can convert:
- Old video camera file formats
- Even 8 Tracks
In addition to restoring all of your old analog media, VidBox has also created the world’s easiest to use video game capturing system. The VidBox Capture system lets anyone capture their own game play and share it on Twitch, YouTube, YouKu, NicoNico, Facebook and more. The plug and play device is USB 3.0 so it’s super fast. It can also be used for capturing video from other live sources and using it for things like distance learning, broadcast and more. Gamers can even relive their most epic plays and save games played across the internet so you can go back and “watch the tape”.
The VidBox Capture and all of the VidBox products live up to their mantra of “do what they say and say what they do”. They’re also just about idiot proof. So if you need to transfer any kind of analog audio or video or you want to capture video for gameplay and more, try VidBox.
All of their products are proudly developed in Texas. You can check out VidBox at CES 2018 in Las Vegas, January 9-12th in Eureka Park, booth #51670 and online at vidbox.company.