Epiphan DVI2PCIe - VideoHelp Capture Card

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Description (from the manufacturer site)
Product Overview

Epiphan Systems™ DVI2PCIe™ is Epiphan's capture card internal frame grabber with a single-link DVI/VGA input. DVI2PCIe can capture video from any single link DVI, unencrypted HDMI video, VGA, or BNC/component video source up to 80 FPS. Full HD can be captured at a capture rate of 30 frames per second for 1080p video and video sources at any resolution up to 1920x1200 are supported.

HD Video Capture
Besides being able to capture from DVI, VGA, HDMI video sources, DVI2PCIe supports DisplayPort, Mini DisplayPort, and Thunderbolt sources using a converter cable, sold separately. Resolutions up to 1920x1200 are supported, up to 80 frames per second with a minimum capture rate of 30 frames per second.

Windows, Mac OS, Linux Compatibility
DVI2PCIe works with Windows, Mac OS, and Linux machines. Drivers and software are available as free downloads.

Key Features
Capture from DVI, VGA, HDMI, RGB, component sources
Support for DisplayPort, Mini DisplayPort, and Thunderbolt sources using a converter cable, sold separately
PCIe x4 form factor. Compatible with PCI Express x4, x8, and x16 slots
Full HD 1080p capture at 30 fps
Capture rates of 30 to 80 frames per second based on resolution selected
Epiphan Capture Tool software included for capturing and recording video
Easy to install and configure, software automatically optimizes settings
Supports Windows, Mac OS, and Linux
DirectShow (Windows), QuickTime (Mac OS), and Video4Linux (Linux) drivers available
Supports 3rd party applications that accept an external video source, such as Windows Media Encoder, Adobe Premiere, Podcast Producer, and others
Free API and SDK available for integrating into custom applications
DVI2PCIe fits into a x4, x8 or x16 PCIe 1.x slot and incorporates the same capture technologies as the acclaimed VGA2USB Pro and VGA2Ethernet external frame grabbers. Furthermore, 128MB of on-board buffer RAM ensures not a single frame is skipped.

DVI2PCIe Form Factor

DVI2PCIe - Epiphan Software Tools and 3rd Party Applications, Interfaces, SDK
Epiphan customers can download free Epiphan Software (Download Software).

The DVI2PCIe capture card driver is fully compatible with DirectShow in Windows, Video4Linux in Linux, and QuickTime in Mac OS X, meaning that it can be used in conjunction with any third party software that allows the use of an external camera as a video input. Alternatively, the DVI2PCIe software, available as a free download, supports not only the viewing and saving of the DVI/HDMI/VGA/ signal as an image or video, but also allows the user to:

Setup an automated or periodical "save" command
Send the DVI/HDMI/VGA output to an attached paper printer
Broadcast and share the DVI/HDMI/VGA signal to the Internet
Archive the output in a variety of formats, including JPEG, PNG, BMP, AVI, and MP4
An SDK, API, and examples are available free of charge for those users wishing to integrate the DVI2PCIe capture card into their custom applications.
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What kind of main capture features it supports
Analog VideoIn = Analog composite or/and SVHS video input
Video Card = If it is a Video Card/Graphic Card
Tv Tuner = Built-In TV-Tuner
Digital TV = Built-In Digital TV-Tuner
DV/Firewire = DV/Firewire/i.Link input
DV Converter = Analog composite or/and SVHS video input and converts to DV video
MPEG1 hardware = Capture directly MPEG1(VCD) video using hardware*
MPEG2 hardware = Capture directly MPEG2(SVCD and DVD) video using hardware*
MJPEG hardware = Capture directly to MJPEG using hardware*
MPEG4 hardware = Capture directly to MPEG4(DivX,Xvid) video using hardware*
* = Most capture cards can capture to this format using software but it usually requires a very fast computer, if it supports realtime capturing it uses the capture cards hardware and it doesn't require a very fast computer and you may get better quality but less options/settings than software capturing.

What Operating System our users have reported that it works on, Win95=Works Win95=Does not work Win95?=Not tested This is user based.

Cnx = Connection
What type of connection the capture device has to the computer, PCI, AGP, USB1/1.1/2, DV or PCMCIA.

The price in US dollar.


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