The XtremeDV-HD2+ is a 4 lane PCI Express capture card with three video capture inputs - two supporting HD capture and a third supporting SD composite video, these three independent video channels can be captured simultaneously. The XtremeDV-HD2+ also adds multiple channels of audio capture, which can be synchronised in software using time stamping with all video capture channels.
- 4 lane PCIe lane bus, Net 1.6 GB/s total capture bandwidth
- Triple channel PCI Express capture card
- Two DVI-I capture channels
HDMI/ DVI/ TGB/ YPbPr video capture
HDMI embedded Audio Capture and streaming
- Low input to output capture latency
- SD/Composite capture channels
PAL, NTSC, SECAM up to 720 x 576 @ 16 Bit colour
- Direct DMA to graphics memory of third party graphics cards
- All standard features of the Xtreme range of video capture cards
- Driver support included within the EMS unified Windows driver
- Driver support included with the EMS unified Linux driver
This half length full height card features a full mechanical sixteen lane connector with notches which will enable it to fit 4, 8 and 16 lane motherboard connectors. The XtremeDV-HD2+ also adds embedded audio capture from the HDMI signal, which can be sychronised with the respective video channel. This video capture card provides balanced and unbalanced analogue audio capture, through an optional audio module This provides a single flexible card solution for areas such as medical, lecture capture, web casting and video conferencing.
The XtremeRGB is supplied with a stand-alone software application, simply connect your external DVI or Analog source into the card, run the XtremeRGB application to automatically detect the video source format and display the captured video in a window on your desktop. For multiple inputs the application can be executed multiple times, each capture is displayed in its own independent desktop window. The captured video data is displayed in a desktop window with/without menu/borders, can be resized up/down, overlapped and/or maximized to full screen display.
The EMS application also enables you to configure the timing and format of the input sources as well as brightness, contrast, hue etc ...
For streaming applications EMS include WDM drivers, hence any Directshow compatible software can be used such as, Windows Media Encoder/Expression, VLC, Vidblaster, HDwave, Watchout, Adobe Connect etc ...
The XtemeRGB-Ex1 is an ideal solution for applications that require the capture of DVI/HDMI/VGA or Component sources in real-time.
Software Development Kit (SDK) for developers/integrators
The XtremeRGB is supplied with a powerful SDK for own application development, many source code examples are included to help reduce the development time.
Also included are Directshow source code examples.