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Numerics

16 bits per pixel 1 2

24 bits per pixel

5 bits per pixel

8 bits per pixel

8 bits per pixel,

A

address

web broadcast

adjustment controls

show

adjustments

image

API

DirectShow

Epiphan capture

QuickTime

V4L

automatically start recording

automatically turn recording off

recording image files

avi file

recording videos

AVI size file limit

B

BIOS

changing settings using KVM2USB

bits per pixel

See Also, color depth

black and white 1 2 3

bmp

borderless

command line option

bpp

bridge

VGA

broadcast

captured images

changing compression

changing performance

connected to a LAN

images over the Internet

Internet address

Java

pause

pausing

setting the display format

broadcasting

starting a session

C

capture

menu

turn off automatically 1 2

capture API

Linux

Mac OS X

captured image 1 2

converting to black and white

converting to greyscale

copy 1 2

increasing the color depth

pause

print 1 2

record

record as image files

record as video file

recording as a video 1 2 3

reducing the color depth

resume

save as an image file 1 2

snapshot 1 2

changing

EDID

check for updates 1 2

codec

configuring

installing

MS MPEG 4 V2 video codec

selecting a Windows video codec

video

viewing installed codecs

color depth

converting to black and white

converting to grayscale

increasing for captured images

reducing for captured images

See Also, bits per pixel

USB device driver

color resolution

See Also, color depth

command line option

common procedures

compression

changing for web broadcasting

frame grabber

lossless

lossy

compression for web broadcasting 1 2

configuration

default

configure device

command

connecting a DVI2USB 1 2

connecting a DVI2USB Duo 1 2

connecting a DVI2USB Solo 1 2

connecting a KVM2USB Solo 1 2

connecting a VGA2USB

connecting a VGA2USB device

connecting a VGA2USB HR

connecting a VGA2USB LR

connecting a VGA2USB Pro

control panel

VGA2USB

control panel application

USB device driver

Windows

Windows USB device driver

copy

captured image 1 2

image to the clipboard 1 2

create a new file every time recording is restarted

cropping

Ctrl-Alt-Del

send

Ctrl+C

shortcut key

Ctrl+P

shortcut key

Ctrl+R

shortcut key

Ctrl+S

Ctrl+Shift+P

shortcut key

Ctrl+Shift+S

shortcut key

Ctrl+U

shortcut key

Ctrl+W

shortcut key

custom video capture applications

Linux

D

default configuration

default frame rate

recording image files on Mac OS X

default image

DirectShow

detecting video mode 1 2

device

configure

device information

show

Digital Visual Interface

DirectShow 1 2 3

API

default image

fix resolution

options

override defaults

pixel resize scaling

recording video from

recording video using a DirectShow application

VirtualDub configuration options

display

options 1 2

options for recording videos 1 2

display format

about

recording image files 1 2

setting for web broadcasting

DVI

video source

DVI2USB

connecting 1 2

package contents

DVI2USB by Epiphan Systems Inc

DVI2USB Duo

connecting 1 2

package contents

DVI2USB Solo

connecting 1 2

package contents

E

EDID

about

changing

upload 1 2

Edit

menu

enable KVM support

enter KVM mode

command

Epiphan capture API

Epiphan USB device driver

kernel mode

upgrading 1 2

example

image file name

exit

command

extended display identification data

F

ffvfw video codec pack

installing

File

menu

file name

example image file name

image file name prefix

image file name suffix

video file name suffix

filename generation

image file

fit image to window

fix resolution

DirectShow

flip image vertically 1 2 3

recording videos

folder

image file

format

image file

fps

frame

frame count

show on the status bar

frame grabber 1 2 3

frame rate

how they operate

lossless image compression

maximum color depth

on-board cropping

pre-compression

serial number 1 2

Frame Grabber

reset to default configuration

frame grabbing

frame rate

about

frame grabber

limit 1 2 3

limiting

frames per second

full screen

G

general preferences

getting started

Mac OS X

Windows

glossary

grayscale

See greyscale

greyscale

256 levels 1 2

32 levels 1 2

H

HackTV Carbon 1 2

hard disk space

hardware requirements

hard disk space

processor speed

RAM memory

USB port

headless

server

Help

menu

hide

toolbar

high color

I

image

copy to the clipboard 1 2

fit to window

flip vertically 1 2 3

paste 1 2

save 1 2

image adjustments 1 2 3

override

image capture

pause

image compression

lossless

image file

automatically turn recording off

example file name

file name prefix

file name suffix

filename generation

folder

format

overwrite existing files 1 2

recording 1 2

recording options 1 2

save a captured image 1 2

save all frames

start of file name suffix

viewing

wait

image only

borderless command line option

integrating with other applications

view

imaging devices

DVI2USB by Epiphan Systems Inc

installing 1 2

integrating with other applications

image only mode

Internet

broadcasting images

Internet address

web broadcast

invert colors for printing 1 2

J

Java

jpeg

K

kernel mode

USB device driver

KVM

enable KVM support

menu

preferences

trigger event

triggering event

KVM2USB

BIOS settings

package contents

using

KVM2USB Solo

connecting 1 2

L

LAN

web broadcasting

LEDs

VGA2USB

limit capture frame rate

limit frame rate to 1 2

recording image files 1 2

recording videos

Linux 1 2

capture API

custom video capture applications

recording a video

recording videos

USB device driver

video capture workstation

loseless

See lossless

lossless

lossless image compression

lossy

M

Mac OS X

capture API

getting started

installing the VGA2USB/DVI2USB drivers and application

preferences

QuickTime

recording a video

recording videos

USB 2.0 ports

USB device driver

VGA2USB/DVI2USB drivers and application

video capture application

video capture application version

measure VGA mode

command

memory

RAM

menu 1 2

capture

Edit

File

KVM

Tools

View

message

applet is loading. please wait

wrote files 1 2

millions of colors

mode

configuring VGA modes

MS MPEG 4 V2 video codec

N

no resizing

DirectShow scaling

no signal detected 1 2

O

options

command

override 1 2

overwrite existing files

image file

video file

overwrite the same file

P

page

setup

page setup

command

paste

paste copied image 1 2

pause

captured image

image capture

web broadcast

performance

changing for web broadcasting

frame rate

lowering frame rate

troubleshooting web broadcasting

pixel resize

play

video 1 2 3

png

pre-compression

frame grabber

preferences

general

KVM

Mac OS X

prefix

image file

print

captured image 1 2

invert colors

invert colors for printing

setup

Print

print setup

command

printer

settings 1 2

procedures

common

processor speed

Q

QuickTime

Epiphan QuickTime component

QuickTime component

upgrading

QuickTime Pro

R

RAM memory

reconnect KVM

command

record

avi

captured images from DirectShow

captured images using VirtualDub

video 1 2 3

video from DirectShow

video using a DirectShow application

video using VirtualDub

videos

videos for Linux

videos for Mac OS X

videos for Windows

videos for Windows Vista

videos for Windows XP

record as images

captured image

record as video file

captured image

record images

Scanners and Cameras control panel application

record video

display options 1 2

flip image vertically

limit frame rate to

options for recording video files

recording

captured image

configuring options

image file options

image file recording options

image files 1 2

options

pause

turn off automatically

video file recording options

requirements

hardware

software

resize

pixel

resize window on resolution change

resolution

fix

resume

captured image

RGB

16 bits per pixel

2:3:3

24 bits per pixel

3:2:3

3:3:2

5:6:5

8 bits per pixel

8:8:8 format

RGB 16 bits per pixel

RGB 24 bits per pixel 1 2

RGB 8 bits per pixel

S

save

captured image 1 2

current image 1 2

image

save as

snapshot 1 2

save all frames

image file

save as

captured image

command

shortcut key

scaling

DirectShow

no resizing

pixel resize

scanners and cameras

Epiphan Frame Grabber

SDK

capture API

USB device driver

select device

command

send Ctrl-Alt-Del

command

serial number

frame grabber

Frame Grabber

sharing

captured images

changing compression

changing performance

images over the Internet

Internet address

options

pausing

starting a session

SHARING OFF

SHARING ON

shortcut key

Ctrl+P

Ctrl+S

Ctrl+U

Ctrl+W

show

device information

toolbar

show frame count on the status bar 1 2

snapshot

captured image 1 2

software

requirements

software development kit

See SDK

software requirements

VGA2USB/ DVI2USB drivers and application

video capture workstation

software upgrade 1 2

start

image file

video capture application 1 2

video file

start recording

command

status bar

show frame count

view

stop recording

command

suffix

image file

video file

T

third-party

video capture application

thousands of colors

tiff

title bar 1 2

toolbar 1 2 3

change button size 1 2

command

display 1 2

hide 1 2

view menu 1 2

Tools

menu

trigger

KVM

trigger event

KVM

troubleshoot

troubleshooting

true color

tuning capture parameters 1 2

U

updates

checking 1 2

upgrade

Epiphan USB device driver 1 2

QuickTime component

video capture application 1 2

upload

EDID

upload EDID

USB 1.1

USB 2.0

USB 2.0 ports

Mac OS X

Windows

USB device driver 1 2

color depth

Linux

Mac OS X

upgrading 1 2

Windows 1 2

USB port

user mode 1 2

video capture application

UYVY

V

V4L

VGA

video source

VGA Bridge

VGA Broadcaster

VGA information

VGA modes

adding custom VGA modes

configuring

VGA2USB

connecting

LEDs

Mac OS X menu

maximum color depth

package contents 1 2

VGA2USB Device

connecting

VGA2USB HR

connecting

package contents

VGA2USB LR

connecting

package contents

VGA2USB Pro

connecting

package contents

VGA2WEB

video

codec

display options 1 2

installing a video codec

options for recording video files

playing back a video file 1 2 3

recording 1 2 3 4

recording captured images 1 2 3

recording for Linux

recording for Mac OS X

recording for Windows

recording for Windows Vista

recording for Windows XP

recording from DirectShow

recording using a DirectShow application

recording using VirtualDub 1 2

selecting a codec

video capture application 1 2 3

DirectShow

Mac OS X

starting 1 2

third-party

upgrading 1 2

version for Mac OS X

VirtualDub

Windows

video capture workstation 1 2 3 4

CPU usage high from web broadcasting

software requirements

USB device driver

video codec

required color depth

supported color depth

video file

file name suffix

recording options

start of file name suffix

Video Graphics Array

video mode

wide

video resolution

recording image files on Mac OS X

video source

Video4Linux 1 2 3 4

view

saved image files

View

menu

VirtualDub

configuration options

recording a video

W

wait

image file

web broadcast

changing compression

changing performance

command

high CPU

Internet address

Java

pausing

problems with

troubleshooting

web broadcasting 1 2 3 4

pause

required color depth

starting a session

wide video mode

Widows

recording a video

window

resize

Windows

DirectShow

getting started

installing a video codec

installing the VGA2USB/DVI2USB drivers and application

recording videos

selecting a video codec

USB 2.0 ports

USB device Driver

video capture application

Windows VGA2USB/DVI2USB drivers and application

Windows Vista

recording videos

Windows XP

recording videos

Y

YUY2(422)


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Frame Grabber User Guide, 13 July 2011
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