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Ultra low latency, high definition encoder card

Ultra low latency, high definition encoder card

Advanced Micro Peripherals has introduced a high performance, ultra low latency H264 encoder card, the H264-HD2000.

The device is a low latency H.264 encoder available on a single PCI/104 form factor board. It has been designed to allow system builders to easily add high definition analogue and digital video capture with H.264/MPEG-4 AVC (Part 10) encoding to embedded pc equipment designs.

The encoding engine supports ultra low latency full frame rate encoding of two hd video sources at up to 1080p30. The H264-HD2000 can also do a single channel encode at full 1080p60 and perform stream duplication of the digital video input to provide multiple encodings of the same input. This allows streams to be created at different resolution, compression settings dependent on requirements and available bandwidth.

It accepts both analogue and digital video input. Digital video is received from DVI/HDMI sources at a full range of resolutions from 480p60 up to 1080p60. High definition analogue video data can be taken from YPbPR, RGsB (Sync on Green) or VGA (separate HSync, VSync). The H264-HD2000 is also available with extended temperature range options (-40 to 85°C) and a long term availability. The card is supported on range of operating systems including Windows, Linux, QNX. According to AMP, the enoder card is well suited for applications for use in defence, transportation, remote platforms and situational awareness.

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