Yes. Connect your DVD player to the Neuros OSD with the included RCA cable (red, white and yellow), insert your DVD in the DVD player, play it and hit record on the Neuros OSD remote control. The OSD will convert your DVD into a standard digital MP4 file that will be saved on a storage device of your choice.
The Neuros OSD connects to your TV or home theater system and allows you to archive all of your DVD and video content.
Plug the Neuros OSD into your TV, connect your DVD Player or VCR, and hit play. Your movie will be safely and legally transferred into a digital library! It works with home movies too. Just plug your video camera into the OSD, push play, and your memories are digitized.
With the Neuros OSD, you can store hundreds of hours of video in one location (like an external hard drive), get rid of those bulky cases, put an end to DVD damage, and instantly access any of your videos with the push of a button on a remote. You can even transfer your video content to a portable device (video iPod, PSP, mobile phone, etc.) to watch on the go, or email your home movies to friends and family.
Record Anything (DVDs, VHS tapes or TV shows) from standard video source with RCA or S-video output. Videos are saved in the open MP4 video format. You can even schedule timed recordings of your favorite shows and movies.
Store Anywhere. Use the Neuros OSD USB or Ethernet port to save files onto USB external hard drives, NAS (networked attached storage), or networked PCs.
Play Everywhere. Enjoy the recorded content on your TV or on-the-go on laptops and Portable Media Players like the iPod, PSP, Smartphones...
And much more! The Neuros OSD will also allow you to play MP4 videos downloaded from the internet, music, slide shows of photos and even has a Youtube browser. See our product spec sheet for more information on the device capabilities.
Absolutely, connect your VCR to the Neuros OSD with the included RCA cable (red, white and yellow), insert your VHS tape in the VCR, play the content and hit record on the Neuros OSD remote. The OSD will convert your VHS tapes into a standard digital MP4 file that will be saved on the storage device of your choice.
The Neuros OSD records in the standard and open MP4 format compatible with a wide range of devices. Videos recorded with the Neuros OSD can not only be played a TV set using the OSD as a player, but can also be viewed on PC/Laptops and popular PMPs like the iPod/Nano/iPhone, the PSP, smartphones etc...
We have tested up to 8GB in size for memory cards with the OSD with working results. Using the OSD's USB connection, you can hook up external hard drives and expand your space to almost unlimited levels. SDHC cards are compatible with the OSD when using an adapter.
The OSD accepts SD memory cards, MMC memory cards, MS (Pro and Pro Duo) memory cards, CF memory cards, and microdrives. This includes all mini/micro variants of the previously mentioned cards assuming you have the proper adapters. The OSD is compatible with the newer SDHC cards, if you use an adapter.
The recording is near DVD quality on the highest setting. Note that the recording quality depends on the quality of the video source. Please stay tuned, as we will publish original and sample recordings for your comparing pleasure.
Yes. Users who record TV directly may need to adjust their settings. Please visit the Digital Conversion Compatibility page for detailed information on which devices will be affected and how to adjust your setup.
Turning your television into a general purpose web browser is not one of the goals of the OSD development team. Due to the lack of a mouse and keyboard, and the low resolution common to most televisions, TV's tend to make pretty bad web browsers.
For high-quality recordings, there is a 4GB limit to the file size, and for low-quality recordings, there is a 2GB limit. Typically, this translates to approximately four hours of recording. After reaching the limit, the Neuros OSD will finalize your file and start a new file. During that 15-20 second period of time, your Neuros OSD will not record.
Absolutely, once in the digital format, video can be edited and even changed to a different format like MPEG2 (this step requires a PC). Once in the MPEG2 format files can be burned on a DVD. Note that saving a file on a hard drive make it easier to manipulate and access the content than if it was stored on a DVD.