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Analog to Digital Converters


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What is the best, price not an object, analog to digital converter for making/editing SD and/or HD video?
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Canopus usually comes highly recommended. Either the 110 or the 55.
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You have to import using something like iMovie or Final Cut.

Elgato is the other one and has the advantage of importing through it's own software, producing a single video file, where with the Canopus and iMovie, you get the import broken up in to multiple files.
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