Grass Valley ADVCmini Video Converter for the Mac Now Shipping

Macworld Australia Staff
11 August, 2010
View more articles fromthe author
Press Release

Paris, France/Nevada City, Calif., August 10, 2010 — Grass Valley™ announced today that its “ADVCmini” hardware and software conversion product for the Mac platform is now shipping. The ADVCmini video converter allows consumers and prosumers to easily and reliably transfer high-quality video images from VHS tapes, digital camcorders, and similar sources to their Mac computer for editing in Final Cut Pro or iMovie.

High-quality video can be captured via composite, S-Video, or SCART cable (available for European users only), along with stereo audio. PerfectPicture technology guarantees excellent quality conversion from composite video sources. The intuitive unit is small, portable, and powered by the Mac’s USB port. The included software provides a video capture tool and compresses the video as it converts. All required cables are provided: USB, composite video/audio, S-Video, and (in Europe) SCART. An installation guide is also included.

Pricing and Availability

The ADVCmini for Mac has an MSRP of $149 and is available at leading computer accessory retailers, at Apple Stores, and on

Leave a Comment

Please keep your comments friendly on the topic.

Contact us