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Hi! (Very) new convert to OSX here. I've been running Windows and Linux for the past few years and just bought a MBP in December. Late '13, 8GB RAM. I'm looking for a tool to capture video from a USB capture device. Under windows I was using Stoik and Virtualdub, but neither is available for OSX. Any suggestions?
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The best for the Mac is the El Gato line: El Gato Video Capture
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Do you already have the capture device? This is what I use: EchoFX - Video Capture For Mac OS X

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That site appears to be selling Video Capture software for use with various capture devices. Which device do you use?
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I use an older Pinnacle Dazzle, Dazzle Video Creator Platinum HD - Video Capture Device
All that was available locally. For PC. Works fine except for audio, I have to hook that straight to the Mac.
Had it hooked up to a VCR.

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I just bought the El Gato Video Capture...
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