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The VisionAV/B DVI/HDMI Capture Card from DATAPATH is a four lane PCI Express capture card providing up to 800MB/s bandwidth from the capture engine. The VisionAV/B has up to 256MB buffer memory, enabling triple buffering for all video modes for tear free play back. It can also capture digital video for progressive and interlaced modes up to 4096 x 4096 resolutions to a maximum of 165 MHz pixel clock for DVI and 170 MHz for Analog RGB. The card provides HDMI audio capture and streaming from DVI Channel. The VisionAV/B comes with a full-height bracket, a half-height bracket, a DVI/VGA adapter, a DVI/Component adapter, and a DVI/HDMI adapter.
The Vision cards provide high performance DMA to system memory or direct to graphics memory with scatter gather, allowing for low latency fast frame rates in all applications. The complete range of Datapath video capture cards are supported by a generic Windows Vision driver and command line interface also supporting DirectShow and RGBEasy SDK. A single Vision device supports up to 16 independent scale factors, color spaces and frame rate clients. The Datapath capture cards have Timestamp support for capture synchronization across inputs, cards and systems. This is for use with edge blending, frame stitching, stereoscopic and many more applications using gen-locked sources.
The VisionAV has two independent video capture channels - one supporting HD capture and a second simultaneously accepting Standard Definition composite video. The High Definition signals are input via a DVI-I connector and can support HDMI, DVI, RGB and analog Component (YPbPr) video formats all at resolutions up to 4096 x 4096 pixels and supports 1080p (1920x1080) at 60 frames per second. The Standard Definition channel accepts composite video on a single RCA connector and can auto-detect between PAL, NTSC and SECAM formats up to 720 x 576 at 16 bit color. The VisionAV captures both video channels simultaneously and triple buffers them into on-board storage, alongside an audio stream that can be selected from the HDMI port. This data can then be processed and copied using DMA transfers to the host system for display, storage or streaming.
The VisionAV is a suitable solution for applications that require the capture of analog or DVI sources in real time. Typical applications include capturing analog or DVI sources from PCs, MACs, industrial/medical equipment, cameras and other video equipment streaming video applications and video wall controllers.
HDMI, DVI, RGB, YPbPr, composite video capture
Flexible and configurable preferred mode EDID Management
Channel 1: HDMI, DVI, RGB, YPbPr digital or analog HD video
Channel 2: Composite video - NTSC, SECAM and PAL
Flexible Audio Capture:
HDMI audio through HD video channel
Datapath Unified Vision Driver:
Multiple cards per system, 16 streams per channel
Frame sync and time stamping
RGBEasy API for advanced audio and video control
Direct WDM streaming driver supports the following applications, to encode, record and stream video over networks or the internet:
Microsoft Expression Encoder
Adobe Flash Encoder
AMCap and other DirectShow compatible software
High quality up/down scaling (7 x 5 Polyphase Filter) provides excellent visual experience
Multiple channel video capture
Small form, low power consumption
Fully integrated for use with Datapath Wall Control video wall software for video wall applications
HD modes using the supplied DVI/ Component Adapter or DVI/ HDMI Adapter
On card processor for real time mode detection for trouble free connection to a wide variety of video sources
Support for Windows XP, Vista, Server 2003, Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows 8, Server 2012, and Linux
Support for YUV 4:2:2, RGB 5:5:5, 5:6:5, 8:8:8 video output formats providing compatibility with a wide variety of data streams
Main Board: 1 x DVI-I, video input 1 x RCA female, video input
HDMI: Supports HDMI 1.3 to 225 MHz (including deep color modes) HDMI audio can be selected as source for audio streaming Incorporates TMDS equalizer to support up to 65.6' (20m) cables DVI: Supports DVI 1.0 RGB 24-bit capture to 165 MHz Incorporates TMDS equalizer to support up to 65.6' (20m) cables VGA/ YPbPr: Triple ADCs sampling up to 170 Mp/s, full 4:4:4 sampling, 8-bits per color 5-wire, 4-wire or sync-on-green signal format Composite Video: CCIR601 sampling, PAL, NTSC, SECAM formats automatically detected
Memory: 256 MB high bandwidth frame buffer supports triple buffering of HD and SD video Local storage of complex scatter-gather tables for DMA engine (eliminates read overhead)
Polyphase FIR scaling engine (7 x 5) for hardware downscaling and upscaling Color space conversion allows captured data to be transferred in any format:
RGB: 16-bit (5-5-5, 5-6-5), 24-bit (8-8-8) or 32-bit (8-8-8 alpha)
YUV: 16-bit (4:2:2)
Direct Memory Access
Direct DMA to physical or virtual memory buffers with full scatter-gather support DMA bandwidth: up to 800 MB/s 16 independent DMA streams: Any mix of HD and SD sources, color space, cropping and scaling parameters
Operating System Support
Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Linux support
Max current at 12 V - 0.5 A Max current at 3.3 V - 0.2 A
Operating: 32 to 95°F (0 to 35°C) Storage: -4 to 158°F (-20 to 70°C)