PCITV bags frame capture, stereo soundBy Chris Williams. Published: 9th Jul 2004, 22:22:50 | Permalink | Printable
Telly to your desktopA new version of Simon Wilson's PCI TV card driver is now available, and sports new features that include the ability to capture frames and stereo audio support. Simon's software currently works with the Castle Iyonix, although a MicroDigital Omega suitable version is being "investigated".
The driver, which allows users with suitable PCI TV cards to watch TV from their desktops, also now includes support for image cropping, SECAM, picture controls (such as brightness) and keyboard controls. Overlay support is also in the pipeline, according to Simon.
We suspect that a combination of AudioIn (free, as in 'free beer') and PCITV (free, as in 'free speech') will present Iyonix users with interesting audio and visual capturing possibilities.
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