Datapath, a Derby based innovator of video capture, computer graphics and video wall display technology, will be exhibiting at this year’s InfoComm show in Las Vegas. Amongst their portfolio they will be exhibitng their new VisionAV capture card range providing an ideal solution for applications that require real time video with synchronised audio.
Datapath will also exhibit it’s Vision range of capture cards which support a variety of capture modes including dual or single-link DVI, 3G-SDI, HD-SDI, RGB, Component YPbPr, Composite video and S-Video. The capture card range supports multiple cards in a single system.
The Vision range provides high performance DMA to system memory or direct to graphics memory with scatter gather, allowing for low latency fast frame rates in all applications.
The complete range of Datapath video capture cards are supported by a generic Windows Vision driver and command line interface also supporting DirectShow and RGBEasy SDK.
A single Vision device supports up to 16 independent scale factors, colour spaces and frame rate clients. The Datapath capture cards have time stamp support for capture sychronisation across inputs, cards and systems. This is for use with edge blending, frame stitching, stereoscopic and many more applications using gen-locked sources.
Key features of the Vision range of capture card include:
- On card processor for real time mode detection – for trouble free connection to a wide variety of video sources
- High quality scaling for an excellent visual experience
- Support for YUV 4:2:2, 5:6:5, 8:8:8 video output formats providing compatibility with a wide variety data streams
- Low input to output capture latency
At the event Datapath will also be exhibiting the Datapath x4 and x4-1U, as well as the dL8 distribution amplifier. The stand will be demonstrating various dynamic video walls showing the diversity of the Datapath multi display products. These products offer a flexible low cost way of building video walls. The Datapath x4 enables complex display wall arrangements for any mixture of landscape and portrait display formats. For larger video walls multiple units can be combined together or used with Datapath’s dL8 distribution amplifier supports up to 32 displays.
x4 Key features:
- Splits a single DVI input into 4 indpendent monitor outputs
- Accepts dual-link DVI, single-link DVI or HDMI inputs
- Flexibility drives four displays, each from any selected region of the input image
- Mulitple units can be used for larger wall configuration
We will be in the North Hall on Stand N1317 at InfoComm Las Vegas 18th till 20th June 2014, please come and see our sales team for more information.
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