XV-SDI2 Dual Input HD-SDI Video Capture card
2 x HDSDI Video input, PCIe capture card
- HD-SDI 1080i
- 3G SDI 1080p
- SD-SDI 480i/576i
- 2K Digital Cinema Modes
The XV-SDI2 is a dual channel HD-SDI Video capture card that supports SD-SDI, HD-SDI and 3G-SDI including digital film resolution modes.
The XV-SDI2 as a stand alone capture card delivers extreme performance with 650MB/s transfer bus bandwidth. This industry beating performance makes the XV-SDI2 ideal for a wide range of applications including:
• Multi-display presentation software
• Broadcast Video walls
• Machine vision
• Simulation / Military / Medical
• CCTV Video Monitoring
• Video recording and streaming applications
The X-VIEW unified driver allows the card to be used with other applications that use DirectShow Capture filters. The 2 SDI inputs can be either used via crossbar or as direct inputs via driver selection.
The XV-SDI2 features loop through on each input via BNC connections, each input is has equalisation built in to allow long range co-ax cables -150M HD / 300M SD to be used.
The card features auto detection of input signal formats can be used with any mix of input signals. Unlike other capture devices both inputs do not have to be of the same format or frame rates.
The XV-SDI2 can be used with the X-VIEW DPXe display wall controllers as an input module.
The optional XV-AM2 module can be used to provide Audio output from the SDI signal via the SPDIF header.
When the Video data is displayed on a non X-VIEW graphics card, the XV-SDI2 sends the data to system memory or direct to the graphics card, dependant on the software used for display.
For streaming applications the XV-SDI2 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-SD8 due to its built-in WDM support.
• VLC • Microsoft Media Encoder
• Adobe Flash Encoder
The X-VIEW Vision software is supplied with standalone cards to allow automatic detection and display of input to the desktop.