Epiphan Systems manufactures a wide range of DVI / HDMI and DVI / HDMI / VGA frame grabbers. Epiphan frame grabbers and capture cards allow the user to capture, record, or broadcast high resolution and high frame rate video signals from virtually any display source without a loss in quality or resolution.
Capture Video From Any DisplayUse Epiphan frame grabbers to captu- re video from any device with DVI, HDMI, VGA, DisplayPort, S-Video, BNC, Composite, ThunderBolt video output.
High Resolution and Frame RateEpiphan frame grabbers capture video at resolutions up to 2048×2048 and frame rates of up to 85 frames per second in lossless crystal-clear quality.
Record and StreamUse Epiphan frame grabbers paired with a capture computer in order to record and stream video content using virtually any software that accepts an external video source.
Compact or Internal Form FactorChoose from compact external USB 3.0 and 2.0, Ethernet or PCI Express inter- nal form factors. All Epiphan frame grabbers are robust and designed to withstand high loads and round-the- clock operation.
Mac, Windows, Linux SupportEpiphan frame grabbers are compa- tible with Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems and are designed to work with any software that has video capture functions. DirectShow, Quick- Time, and Video4Linux are supported.
Lifetime Support and UpdatesDrivers and Epiphan's video capture software and firmware updates may be downloaded free of charge from our website.
|DVI2USB 3.0||DVI2PCIe||DVI2PCIe Pro||DVI2USB Duo||VGA2Ethernet||VGA2USB Pro||VGA2USB|
|Ideal for capturing:|
|Video up to 1920×1200|
|Video up to 2048×2048|
|USB 3.0 (external)|
|USB 2.0 (external)|
|PCI Express (internal)|
|¼" TRS Audio||*|
|Up to 60 FPS|
|Up to 85 FPS|
|HD @ 60 FPS|
|Third party application support:|
* With DVI2PCIe A/V Kit (sold separately)
Frame Grabber Resolution and Frame Rate Performance Comparison
Frame grabber performance considerations center mostly on resolution and frame rate capture at the desired resolution. The comparison diagram below illustrates frame rate to resolution the trade-offs between frame rates and maximum display source resolution.
* DVI/HDMI only
For most typical applications, such as capturing HD video, DVI2USB 3.0 is recommended.