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You don't need the included software for a MAC OS. I have a 64-bit MAC. It just uses Quicktime, and the instructions included explain how to use it. It isn't intuitive, so you do need to read the instructions for a MAC, but it is simple. Worked great for me. I copied about 20 old 8mm video tapes to digital.
TR
· October 14, 2019
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Redemarer
JGG
· March 11, 2020
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Yes it works great on a mac. My iMac is older (2009) but it still works great.
You don’t even need to use the software; I just plugged it in and used quicktime to record our old home movies. The software that comes with the device is for windows
There is also software available online if you want to do more complex editing.

Mitch
· July 23, 2019
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No. You plug it directly into a pc/laptops USB port and either use the supplied dvd software (windows) or QuickTime (mac) to capture the a/v.
Ryan
· July 16, 2019
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It's compressed MP4 files using an H.264 codec. So roughly 2 hours will be about 1.5 GB.
Larry the Derek
· February 3, 2020
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Yes it does!
abigail
· December 26, 2019
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I found it worked pretty well. Quality adequate for my purposes but I don't have anything to compare with. I'm converting from a 2nd generation VHS family tape to digital on a 4k monitor - of course it doesn't look as perfect as one might hope! But it worked fine for my purposes - I don't imagine anyone will look … see more I found it worked pretty well. Quality adequate for my purposes but I don't have anything to compare with. I'm converting from a 2nd generation VHS family tape to digital on a 4k monitor - of course it doesn't look as perfect as one might hope! But it worked fine for my purposes - I don't imagine anyone will look at the file anyway! I used both the software with the device and a open-source one I found (OBS studio) and I rather think the latter is better for my purpose. I did not convert any commercial video. see less I found it worked pretty well. Quality adequate for my purposes but I don't have anything to compare with. I'm converting from a 2nd generation VHS family tape to digital on a 4k monitor - of course it doesn't look as perfect as one might hope! But it worked fine for my purposes - I don't imagine anyone will look at the file anyway! I used both the software with the device and a open-source one I found (OBS studio) and I rather think the latter is better for my purpose. I did not convert any commercial video.
Kindle Customer
· August 20, 2020
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It captures directly on your computer in a file. Then you can view it and edit it if you want, before you burn it on a DVD or simply transfer it to a USB stick or external hard drive, etc..
Tricked…
· October 14, 2019
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You have to make sure you switch to the video capture audio. If you are doing it in quicktime there is a drop down menu next to the red record button and you switch audio inputs that way.
hannah
· October 30, 2019
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My PC is and it worked fine.
Ian V
· April 3, 2020