This article will briefly discuss the main components of a conference room system by providing a synopsis of each piece, explanation of how it operates within the system, and offer at least one example.
Selecting the correct equipment for your room can seem like a daunting task at times. In this guide, we will give you an overview on how to choose the correct audio and video solutions for your scenario.
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The Magewell Pro Capture DVI is a high quality PCIe 2.0 capture card for pulling in multiple video sources.
The Magewell Pro Capture Series is a revolutionary line of PCIe capture cards. Simply install these into your desktop PC and start pulling in video feeds. These capture cards use standard drivers, which makes them very universal and should work with most, if not all video softwares. Pro Capture cards support NVIDIA GPUDirect for Video and AMD DirectGMA technology. Captured data will be transferred directly from the video engine to the graphics memory. This process is completely done by FPGA, and CPU is not involved.
When users plug in the cable, the card will automatically detect the input signal and link the audio input with the video input. The signal format can also be analyzed. Users do not need to manually choose the video and audio to capture, nor select the resolution, frame rate, etc.