Key FeaturesDarkCrystal HD Capture CD530 (CD530) is a raw data capture card for grabbing various video formats from DVI, VGA and HDMI interfaces. Through its PCIe Gen2 x1, CD530 enables high data throughput up to 1920x1200p60, while simultaneously previewing video without latency. Versatile PCI Express Card with Customized Resolution Support Capture and convert raw data from a HDMI®, DVI or VGA video source through a PCI Express (Gen2x1) slot. CD530 enables high data throughput up to 1920x1200p60 while previewing video without latency issues. High signal adaptation allows for complete customization of captured resolution under 1920x1200 through the AVerMedia resolution adjustment tool. The CD530 is functional simplicity realized. Connect a signal cable to the port and the automatic adaptive detection initiates video connection quickly and easily. Professional [HD HDMI] Real-time CapturingCD530 is a professional level PCI Express frame grabber enabling viewing and storing in real-time megapixel images from any source onto a computing platform. Image capturing, video recording, processing and previewing is easily achieved with the AVerMedia Capture Studio software package. Video acquisition is made easier with support for a multitude of third party software, which includes: Microsoft Express Encoder and Adobe Premier Pro.Software Development KitDeveloping applications through the CD530 is made possible through the powerful AVerMedia software development kit (SDK) with a wide range of comprehensive features for developer implementation. AVerMedia SDK, a complimentary resource, fully supports all AVerMedia hardware.At a Glance: ● Full support 1200p60 video input● Capture high definition signals from HDMI or analog sources● Outstanding signal compatibility● Lossless real-time display● Professional video capturing without the complexity● Diverse third-party software support● Highly compatible I/O design● AVerMedia resolution adjustment tool for customization of resolution requirements
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