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Debut Video Capture Software
« on: June 27, 2008, 10:55:16 PM »

Debut is a program to capture video from a Webcam, the screen, or some other capture device (videocam, etc) by using a USB capture device or TV capture card. It supports 8 popular video formats (AVI, WMV, FLV, ASF, MPG, 3GP, MP4 & MOV), optionally records audio, multiple video & audio encoder settings, ability to adjust resolution & framerate of the output video, color settings & video effects for the output video can be changed, transmit video files via the internet using FTP, send video via email once the recording is completed, and more. This is a sensational video capture tool that can capture and record almost anything that can be played or displayed on a computer screen. By using a USB capture device (like EasyCap -- which requires at least Windows XP) you can even capture raw video directly from a video camera, or use it to grab the video stored on a camera. Unfortunately, Debut does seem to have trouble with the widescreen format and is probably best used in 4:3 mode.
 If you use the default output settings you can achieve 25 to 30fps but, if you expect it to perform at a larger resolution, the framerate will slow accordingly. The first time you use a particular output format you are likely to be faced with having to install the codec that supports it. This is done automatically if you are connected to the Internet though, if you wish to download all individual components offered by the author, the total download is about 10MB. We were most impressed with Debut. It can capture virtually any video (streaming or file) that the computer can display. It is perfect for, say, capturing video on a videocam, converting it to FLV format, and uploading it to YouTube. You can also use it to create a screen capture video (complete with snapshots).