ADLINK Technology has released a full HD HDMI video and audio capture card, the HDV62A, which will enable the one-card acquisition of full analogue/digital video and digital audio input. Featuring uncompressed full HD up to 1080p at 60 fps,10-bit high-resolution ADC, and HDCP (High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection) support, the card delivers both benefits and a reduced TCO (Total cost of ownership) for applications requiring simultaneous capture from both video and audio signals, 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 analogue video decoder comprehensively supporting RGB, NTSC/PAL, S-video and YPbPr, with an integrated audio decoder for HDMI and S/PDIF capture. In addition, the HDV62A is compatible with HDCP, securing critical user data during transmission.
“For multimedia devices such as set-top boxes, Blu-ray Disc players, and gaming consoles, that demand consistent quality in manufacturing, the HDV62A provides a single card capture solution, allowing acquisition from raw images and audio sources for analysis and measurement, significantly reducing costs of product line inspection.” said Neil Chen, ADLINK’s Product Manager for Digital Imaging. “For medical imaging systems, the HDV62A provides video acquisition from a wide variety of video sources, including S-Video, CVBS, YPbPr, RGB, and DVI, all of which are widely used in PACS (Picture archiving and communication systems), delivering a superior cost/performance solution”.
The HDV62A is also equipped with ADLINK’s ViewCreator Pro utility, enabling system testing and debugging with no software programming required, and the HDV62A SDK is compatible with Microsoft DirectShow for reduced time to market. Driver support is provided for Windows 7/Vista/XP, and 3rd party software support accommodates LabVIEW.