The built-in capture card is connected to the computer through the PCI or PCI-E slot on the computer motherboard to transmit video signals, so it needs to be inserted into the PCI or PCI-E slot on the computer motherboard to work. Therefore, only desktop computers can use the built-in capture card.
Installation steps of built-in video capture card
1. Turn off the electronic installation card
Turn off the computer power, open the chassis, and install the video capture card in an empty PCI or PCI-E slot. The PCI capture card must be installed in the PCI slot, and the PCI-E capture card must be installed in the PCI-E slot. Remember to cut off the power before installation.
2. Fixed capture card
Take out the accessories used to fix the capture card from the video capture card packaging box, and fix the video capture card on the chassis. Because if the video capture card in the chassis becomes loose during use, it will lead to poor signal reception, which will directly affect the final signal collection effect.
Therefore, the same 3D video capture card is specially equipped with a small baffle to fix the video capture card in the computer case.
3. Connect the signal source
Connect video signal sources, such as cameras, camcorders, video recorders and other equipment to the video capture card through corresponding signal cables.
4. Install the driver disk
Put the driver disk of the video capture card into the CD-ROM drive. The instruction manual will explain which CD is the driver disk. There will also be "driver" written on the CD in Chinese, or the words "driver" or "install" written in English.
5. Select the appropriate driver
Choose the video capture card driver of the relevant model. The CD that comes with the product has pagination, and generally contains drivers for a series of products of the company, so you must choose the capture card driver of the same model.
6. Install the driver
Select "Install Driver", "Install SDK Development Kit", and "Install Application Client Server" in sequence. Start the computer system and it will show that new hardware is found. Insert the capture card driver CD into the CD-ROM drive, select "Automatically install the driver", select "Select a location", and change the operating system corresponding to the drive letter where the driver folder CD-ROM is located.
7. Restart to complete the installation
Restart the computer, complete the installation of the capture card, and start working if the built-in video capture card is supported.