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1-CH PCI Express® HDMI Video & Audio Capture Card

Features
  • Uncompressed 1920 x 1080p, 60 fps video stream
  • Support for CVBS, S-video, RGB and YPbPr video input
  • Support for HDMI/DVI video and HDMI, S/PDIF audio inputs
  • Support for 24-bit RGB or YUV 4:4:4
  • Support for HDCP (High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection)
  • 32/64-bit Direct SDK support
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  Introduction  
  Application  
  Software support  
  Ordering Information  

The HDV62A high definition video and audio capture card enables single-card acquisition of full analog/digital video and digital audio signals. Featuring uncompressed full HD up to 1080p at 60 fps and 10-bit high-resolution ADC and HDCP support, the HDV62A delivers serious benefits and reduced TCO for applications requiring simultaneous capture from both video and audio sources, such as multimedia device testing and medical imaging.

The HDV62A not only delivers uncompressed high-definition video data from DVI or HDMI, but also provides an analog video decoder omprehensively supporting RGB, NTSC/PAL, S-video and YPbPr, with an integrated audio decoder for HDMI and S/PDIF capture, providing a highly integrated solution.

Application: Diagnostic and Media Component Testing

As HDTV becomes more popular in home entertainment systems, the demand for full HD 1080p video content has also increase, such as for medical imaging, and multimedia devices.

Multimedia devices such as set-top boxes, Blu-ray Disc players, and gaming consoles can convert SD (standard definition) and HD (high definition) video source data into digital full HD 1080p content for HDTV output. Since these devices, however, utilize considerable electronic and signal processing components, consistent quality in manufacturing requires, automated testing to acquire raw pixel image for analysis and measurement to assess video quality.

As well, medical devices such as ultrasound scanners, EKG, and laparoscopy systems capture high-resolution video/images to aid diagnosis. The captured images/videos are then transferred to a computer for archiving, as well as being analyzed in great detail, at resolutions as high as 1920x1080p, where 100% lossless quality is critical for diagnosis.

Software Support

Windows® 7/Vista/XP

Microsoft® DirectX

NI LabVIEW


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