Question about Pinnacle Video Transfer
When the unit is switched on, all the lights turn blue(irrespective of whether inout/output is connected). Even on connecting, the lights still are blue and the unit does not respond to anything.
When you plug in the source device and the
output device, all of the LEDs light blue, letting you know that the
device is ready to capture. When you are ready to capture, simply press
the play button on your source device, the Rec button on the Video
Transfer, and the LEDs light red, both on the source side and the
output side, letting you know that a recording is in process. To stop
recording, press and hold the record button and when the lights turn
blue, recording has stopped.
this is the source: http://www.pinnaclesys.com/PublicSite/us/PinnacleLife/Content/Reviews/video+to+ipod.htm
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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