Epiphan to demonstrate the latest Capture, Streaming and Record Appliances at Integrated Systems Europe 2012

January 23, 2012

Logo for Integrated Sysems Europe (ISE) Conference, 2012
Epiphan Systems Inc. is going to demonstrate the latest video and audio signal source processing hardware during the ISE 2012 show held at the RAI convention center in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Customers and business partners will be able to see in action new powerful  VGA and DVI capture products as well as integrated ready-to-go appliances.  Epiphan’s solutions are ideal for capture, broadcast, record and replay any compressed or uncompressed video signal from almost any source including VGA, DVI, HDMI™, S-video and composite.  The video can be captured with high and staple fps (30-60 frames per second) in SD, HD and even higher than 1080p resolution. Visit our stand 7F220 at ISE 2012 between January 31st and February 2nd and get your hands on all new and innovative video capture appliances.


A new internal frame grabber with single-link DVI/VGA inputs. It allows a user  to capture Full HD video at a minimum capture rate of 30 frames per second for 1080p video. DVI2PCIe Standard can capture video sources at any resolution up to 1920×1200. Besides support for any VGA or single link DVI signal, this product can also capture from unencrypted HDMI-video and BNC/component video sources, using a converter cable. This capture card uses the x4 PCIe 1.x interface, and is compatible with x4, x8, and x16 slots.


A new internal frame grabber with dual-link DVI/VGA, S-video/composite, and stereo audio inputs. This model can capture video signal with up to 2048×2048/2560×1600 resolution with capture rate of at least 30fps. DVI2PCIe Pro uses the x4 PCIe 1.x interface, and is compatible with x4, x8, and x16 slots.

VGADVI Recorder

A compact stand-alone recording appliance for VGA/DVI/HDMI and S-Video video display or camera sources that requires no additional software or hardware in order to capture a video source, audio source and the VGA or DVI or HDMI video output signal. It has an input for one VGA/DVI/HDMI signal, one S-Video signal, and a 3.5mm stereo audio signal.  VGADVI Recorder can record at resolutions up to 1920×1200 at up to 30 frames per second. Full HD is supported. The video files can be archived on its internal (up to 64GB) solid state memory, an external FTP server, external USB drive, or external network storage. A live web broadcast/preview function is also included.

Lecture Recorder x2

A compact stand-alone appliance perfectly designed for streaming and replaying of multi-source audio-visual multi-media applications such as presentations, events, lectures, how to videos, training videos, conference proceedings, seminars, marketing videos or vignettes. Lecture Recorder x2 captures HD video source from a VGA/DVI/HDMI display or camera, in parallel with an analog S-Video/Composite SD analog video source and a stereo/mono audio source. Then it streams the HD+SD multi-media content to either a single picture in picture combined stream or independent streams for the HD and SD channels respectively. The steam can be viewed by any media player or browser. Record resolutions are up to 1920×1200 at up to 30 frames per second. The video files can be stored in internal solid state memory (up to 16GB), an external FTP server, external USB drive, or external network storage.

Epiphan Video produces world-class, award-winning audio visual solutions to capture, scale, mix, encode, stream, record and play high resolution video including 4K UHD. Our customers include companies that specialize in live event production, education, healthcare, worship, manufacturing, usability, collaboration, security and transportation.

Epiphan’s field-proven product line includes live video production and video streaming systems, external USB-based video grabbers for capturing video and graphics from DVI, HDMI™, SDI and VGA sources and internal video capture cards. Our products are designed in North America and backed by rock-solid technical support.

Epiphan Video is a trade name of Epiphan Systems Inc., a privately owned company incorporated in 2003. Epiphan is based in Palo Alto, California, USA and Ottawa, Ontario, Canada with regional offices and a network of authorized channel partners and OEMs throughout the world. For more information, please visit www.epiphan.com.