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Wednesday, 02 July 2008 08:24

Leadtek launches mobile video capture card

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Tiny ExpressCard 34 solution

Leadtek has announced an addition to its mobile TV-tuner products with the introduction of the WinFast ExDTV2300 H, which is not only a DVB-T and Analog TV-tuner with FM radio, but it also features video capture via component video input.

This small ExpressCard 34 card should work with any notebook with an ExpressCard slot running Windows XP or Vista. It can be used for capturing video via its component, composite or S-Video inputs, although it's limited to 480p input. It supports all the standard formats such as MPEG 1/2/4, WMV, VCD, SVCD and DVD.

It also supports simultaneous DVB-T and analog signals and with support for PIP POP and PAP you can watch multiple programs at once. It also supports EPGs, HDTV DVB-T transmissions and AC-3 audio decoding.

Other features include scheduled recording, time shift recording, live broadcasting over the Internet and the card is supplied with the Orb software which allows you to stream video content over the Internet via the Orb Website.

You can find the product page here.
Last modified on Thursday, 03 July 2008 05:37
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