JointPoint, a medical digital guidance system, choses Epiphan’s AV.io to capture images during joint replacement surgeries. Learn how our capture card helps surgeons be more precise and efficient.
Discover video solutions for worship including hardware encoders for live video streaming to Facebook and Youtube and portable USB capture cards.
Discover how the Angel Ortez used AV.io SDI to help achieve a professional live production solution that emphasizes portability and ease of use.
Configure your GH4 camera for 4K UHD and 4K DCI video recording and video output. Then capture in 4K using Epiphan’s AV.io 4K or Pearl-2.
Capture and record beautiful 4K gameplay at 30 fps effortlessly with AV.io 4K. The first and best capture card for 4K Xbox One S gaming.
Learn how to use OBS Studio and Epiphan video grabbers to live stream a dynamic multi-source production to your Facebook Live audience.
Capture, record, & stream PS4 Pro 4K gameplay using Epiphan’s AV.io 4K. The first and best capture card for 4K PS4 gaming.
Live stream your church or worship services with hardware encoder solutions that combine and switch your cameras, mixing panel and other AV inputs.
Learn how to use Epiphan’s AV.io HD video grabber to live stream using OBS.
Make any HDMI cameras output look like a webcam during a Microsoft Lync conversation.
Use Epiphan’s broadcasters and recorders to stream to Exterity’s AvediaPlayer Receiver for network-wide digital signage output.
Learn how Xylon incorporates Epiphan’s video grabbers into its test process for FPGA development including testing car camera systems.
Epiphan’s recording and streaming products let you stream video to Wowza from any DVI, HDMI, SDI, S-Video or composite source.
Use Epiphan video grabbers to share your iPad or iPhone with GoToMeeting conference attendees.
How to use an Epiphan’s DVI2USB 3.0 video grabber to make your HDMI camera look like a USB camera (or webcam) to Skype
Use an Epiphan video capture device to share nearly any device during a WebEx Meeting.
Share content from nearly any source over Skype using an Epiphan video grabber.
Learn how DVI2USB 3.0 is used in recording stats on slot machines for regulatory purposes.
Learn how to use the free Windows Media Encoder utility on a PC and Epiphan’s DVI2USB 3.0 device to record content from DVI or VGA sources
Epiphan’s video grabbers allow you to capture and stream from just about any piece of video equipment in the operating room.
Learn how Epiphan’s easy to use DVI2USB 3.0 can be used for live mix of a variety of inputs, making event production possible with just two laptops.
Learn how to install and use the Epiphan Capture Tool with DVI2USB 3.0 to record your live video capture content on your Windows PC.
Learn how to use Epiphan’s video grabbers and streaming/recording products to live stream with Skype.
Record video from DVI, HDMI or VGA sources with Windows Media Encoder 9 using Epiphan’s DVI2USB 3.0 video grabber on Windows 8.
Capture and record video for live streaming using VLC and Epiphan’s DVI2USB 3.0 video grabber on Linux.
Learn how to use Epiphan’s DVI2USB 3.0 with Epiphan’s free capture utility on Windows 8.
Record video from DVI, HDMI and VGA sources using Epiphan’s DVI2USB 3.0 Frame grabber and QuickTime on a Mac.
Use Epiphan’s USB-based video grabbers to record VGA or DVI with Camtasia Studio and create a screencast from any source.
Epiphan video grabbers let you capture and record VGA or DVI video or HDMI™ video with audio and make it appear like a external camera source to QuickTime
Easily capture and record high-resolution video and images from an iPad.
Capture and broadcast a live stream from a VGA, DVI or HDMI™ video source using Mac OS X
Use Epiphan video grabbers to live stream VGA, DVI or HDMI video sources using Wirecast Telestream.
Record and stream multiple sources from HDMI, SDI, DVI, USB, VGA, or AV.io capture card outputs using the Pearl-2 system from Epiphan!
Epiphan’s video grabbers make it easy to live stream any DVI, HDMI™ or VGA source using Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder (FMLE).
Using Microsoft’s free tool Windows Media Encoder and an Epiphan video grabber, it’s simple to live stream DVI, HDMI™ or VGA sources.
Capture video footage from multiple sources onto one computer.