The iRecord automatically converts any incoming analog audio or video signal into mp3 (audio) or mpeg4 (video) and saves it directly to a connected iPod or to a USB flash drive or USB hard drive. They claim that any input device that can be connected using the included RCA and S-video cables can be used with the iRecord. No software is required to perform the conversions, but a video-capable iPod is required to store converted movies. The iRecord is $199.95
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