1 Input DVI Dual Link PCIe capture card
• Dual Link DVI Capture
• Quad HD 30fps
• 4K x 4K Capture
• Digital Cinema Mode 24/25/30fps
• All standard X-View features
• X-View unified Windows and Linux driver support
XV-DVI-DL is a single channel PCI express Dual-Link DVI video capture card. A stand alone PCIe x4 plug in card, the XV-DVI-DL delivers extreme performance with 650MB/s transfer bandwidth.
A maximum canvas of 4K x 4K allows a variety of very high resolution DVI source to be captured.
The XV-DVI-DL has integrated DVI equalizers on its inputs to support longer input cable lengths (up to 20M).
The XV-DVI-DL is suitable for a wide range of applications including:• Large Display Walls
• High Resolution High Bandwith applications
• Advanced Medical camera and devices capture
• Machine Vision Camera capture
• Radar systems capture
• CCTV Surveillance Mega Pixel capture
• Military Video captures
The XV-DVI-DL can be used for standalone applications or as an input module for use with the X-VIEW DPXe Video Wall Controller systems.
The supplied X-VIEW unified driver provides support for DirectShow capture device for easy integration.
The XV-DVI-DL is supplied with a powerful software application for configuring the format of the input sources and displaying the data.
Simply connect your video source into the card, run the X-View Vision application to automatically detect the video source resolution and display the captured video in a window on your desktop.
For streaming applications, the XV-DVI-DL can be used with Windows Media Encoder to compress and stream captured video. To replay the video, use Windows Media Player.
Any application compatible with Windows DirectShow technology can use the XV-DVI-DL due to its built-in WDM support.
The XV-DVI-DL can also be used with VLC media player and streaming application software, to enable display, capture and streaming functions for high resolution digital sources.
Use the XV-DVI-DL when you require a capture card that can capture high resolution signals from DVI sources at full frame rates.