Video capturing specialists AVerMedia have unveiled a new addition to their range in the form of the CN311-H capture card which takes the form of M.2 HDMI 1.4a 4K 4096 x 2160 30 fps hardware.
Designed specifically for medical imaging devices education and industry the CN311-H comes with either a flexible M.2 2260 or 2280 form factor and its separate HDMI I/O board with coaxial cable.
The CN311-H is equipped with a hardware-based video engine that reduces the systems reduces CPU or GPU workload by performing tasks such as deInterlacing, colour space conversion and hardware scaling. Features include :
– 10-Bit 4K Video Capturing for Medical Imaging – The CN311-H is the most versatile M.2 video capture card on the market. With the power to capture the 4K video source, the CN311-H can fit in most embedded systems. The advantage of 10-bit encoding makes the CN311-H capable of operating in high-end medical solutions. As the CN311-H is the first 4K video capturing solution in M.2 format, this allows for unique and innovative designs for medical solutions where high color precision and resolution is required.
– Onboard Hardware Deinterlacing and Color Space Conversion Reduce CPU Workload – AVerMedia’s hardware-based video engine technology implements practical video processing functions, such as deinterlacing for enhanced image clarity, color space conversion for more true-to-life video color, and resolution scaling to lessen CPU intensive workloads. This, together with various HDMI signal optimizations, cuts down input lag and overall workload.
– Powerful AVerMedia SDK Support – Industrial customers can develop vertical applications flexibly and efficiently by using AVerMedia’s exclusive designer SDK with features such as device control, media capture, A/V processing and more. Regular customers can enjoy the flexibility that the capture engine offers by tweaking various codecs’ compression and decompression setting for optimum bit-rates and video quality. CN311-H can be deployed in a broad spectrum of platforms under Windows and Linux platforms, both 32 and 64 bit.