Composite video capture / usb / videoglide / millumin
so i'm having a nightmarish time finding a capture device that reliably brings composite video into millumin.
BlackMagic Intensity Shuttle (Thunderbolt) > Black Syphon works.
However, my thunderbolt ports are caught up so i need a USB device.
I've tried every single one available today (!).
The BlackMagic "Video Recorder" (USB device) didn't work with the App philippe provided us (sent @nimadehghani)
I have found a cheap device (iGrabber from MyGica, now called geniatech) works with VideoGlide (http://www.echofx.com/videoglide.html);
my question is, once i have video in VideoGlide, how do i get it into millumin?
I use an UltrastudioPro USB 3.0 from Blackmagic. Works like a charm! The included breakout cable gives you many possibilities to capture highly diverse video signals (including composite). You may need to install an old BM driver pack (I think Blackmagic_Desktop_Video_Macintosh_9.7 is the right one). BM although recently released an update for USB 3.0 devices - You should give it a try!
General rule : if you camera or device is recognized in Quicktime 7, it will play in Millumin.
So it applies to the iGrabber (be sure to install the lastest drivers, as old one are buggy on Mavericks). It may work, but keep in mind this is far from being a professional device.
By the way, you can use directly your BlackMagic Intensity Shuttle with Millumin : a Blackmagic icon will appear in the "Input" folder of Millumin's library (tis means native support of Blackmagic card by Millumin, via Blackmagic SDK).
The app sent to @nimadehghani is meant to be can be used with a "Blackmagic H264 Pro Recorder".
Not a "non-pro" one, that cannot be used by other applications, except special Blackmagic application. You should ask Blackmagic support to be sure about that, but I doubt they fixed this issue in the last months.
Did you check that your device is detected by Quicktime 7 ? If not, it won't be detected by Millumin (also, it won't be by other softwares).
Did you write to iGrabber support ? They might be able to tell you if their devices can be detected by third-party softwares, or if it's only possible via VideoGlide or iGrabber application.