VGA is a streaming media capture card with high compression ratio, high definition and stable quality. This product mainly targets the requirements of the streaming media field, adopts a universal DirectShow driver architecture, and has high-efficiency video capture capabilities. High-performance ana-log video front-end filtering processing capabilities and high-precision audio sampling capabilities greatly improve the clarity of video and audio collection. It can be used for most courseware on demand, live broadcast systems, live TV broadcasts, remote monitoring, video conferencing, etc. on the market.
PCI bus-based RGB high-speed, high-resolution image capture card, which can capture various standard and non-standard RGB component cameras and signal sources, or three synchronized independent black and white video sources, suitable for high-precision, high-resolution Image processing and medical imaging equipment (such as ECT, high-line CT, etc.).
The input can be standard or non-standard video signals, and it can collect RGB component video signals and single-channel black and white video signals on time.
Comes with frame memory, three-channel high-speed 8-bit A/D. Resolution up to 2048×2048×3
The maximum point frequency can reach 205M. The maximum resolution mode of VGA that can be collected is 1600×1200, 75 fields.
The sampling frequency is continuously adjustable. It is guaranteed to obtain a square or rectangular sampling lattice of any proportion under different line frequencies and frame rates.
Supported output file formats: WMV, ASF, AVI.
Support VBR and CBR compression methods
Supports multiple resolutions: FULL D1, CIF, QCIF, VGA, QVGA, etc.
The brightness and contrast of the three RGB inputs can be adjusted independently.
Supports image capture in RGB24 or RGB32 and GRAY 8-bit formats, suitable for various PCI or AGP display cards.
It can automatically detect the line and field characteristics of the signal source.
Can collect single field, single frame, interval frame sequence collection
External trigger signal input (TTL bottom level), external trigger (low level edge) hardware acquisition control
It has three independent anti-aliasing filters that can automatically adjust the bandwidth.