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Video capture card

The BVM MP-6010 video capture card is the latest addition to the family of mini-PCI and PCI form factor cards that enable a PC to be used as the heart of a security / surveillance video system, processing and storing multiple input video feeds for later review and analysis.

The MP-6010 mini-PCI card has a four channel video and audio inputs as well as a single video and audio output channel. The compression parameters for each input channel can be independently configured. It supports 120 fps NTSC at 740 x 480 and 100 fps PAL at 704 x 576 formats, has programmable OSG, MPEG4 and M-JPEG audio and vision compression and operates under Windows XP, Windows 2000 and Linux. Scode DVR software is supplied, enabling the PC display to be configured with different combinations of inputs and events such as motion image detection to generate an interrupt to bring the particular feed to the forefront of the display.
The complete family consists of four mini-PCI boards ranging from a single input / output board to a 16 feed input unit; the five-strong PCI form factor units range from four input boards, expandable to manage 24 feeds, to eight input units, again expandable to manage 24 feeds.

Chris Shaw

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Hi can i record in pal version 720x576
using mini pci card

Posted by: suresh, 15/07/2009

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