The DVI2PCIe Duo is compatible with PCI Express (PCIe) 2.1 or higher interface.
Most computers produced after 2007 support PCI Express. Please refer to your motherboard specifications to confirm it supports PCIe 2.0.
DVI2PCIe Duo can simultaneously capture 2 HD sources at 60 fps.
No. DVI2PCIe Duo captures and transfers every pixel of the original source in RGB-24 format. DVI2PCIe Duo may optionally perform on-the-fly color-space conversion before transferring the image over PCI Express.
No. Unfortunately, these systems cannot adequately support PCI Express.
Yes. You may add custom modes through the DVI2PCIe Duo software, available as a free download.
Yes, DVI2PCIe Duo software has the ability to save captured signals as AVI.
The choice of codec and codec settings depend on the requirements for the quality of the AVI. You may need to try several codecs with different settings to see which codec best fits your task.
DVI2PCIe Duo has an automatic algorithm that crops visible images from the source frame. The algorithm may need some adjusting and can be easily corrected. Refer to section Configuring Image Adjustments in the user guide.
Yes, you can connect two or more DVI2PCIe Duo devices and capture multiple signals simultaneously. You will need to run a DVI2PCIe Duo application or a third party application for each DVI2PCIe Duo device attached.
DVI2PCIe Duo is compatible with DirectShow and virtually any video capture software designed for Windows. For example, VirtualDUB can record AVI files, Microsoft Media Encoder to record WMV files, and RealProducer to record RM files.
No. DVI2PCIe Duo does not use frame compression, and as a result the output is high quality. If preferred you can compress the video by applying a codec.
DVI2PCIe Duo is no longer supported on Mac OS. However, you can still download older Mac firmware from the DVI2PCIe Duo download page.
Yes. You can capture both the video and audio from an HDMI signal using an HDMI to DVI adapter (included). You can capture video from a VGA signal using a VGA-DVI cable (included). Note that DVI2PCIe Duo cannot capture a protected or encrypted HDMI signal. Epiphan does not guarantee results when using third party converters.
Yes. DVI2PCIe Duo can capture unencrypted images and video from component, DisplayPort, Mini DisplayPort, and Thunderbolt outputs. In order to capture video from these formats, the appropriate converter must be purchased separately. Epiphan does not guarantee results when using third party converters.
DVI2PCIe and DVI2PCIe Duo share a similar capture tool, both are internal frame grabbers and both capture DVI, HDMI and VGA input signals, however, DVI2PCIe Duo also supports 3G-SDI, HD-SDI and SD-SDI input signals.
|Download version 3.32.0.0007 64 bit||Windows 64-bit||This package supports DVI2PCIe Duo capture cards. Includes DirectShow integration.|
|Download version 126.96.36.199 32 bit||Windows 32-bit||This package supports DVI2PCIe Duo capture cards. Includes DirectShow integration.|
|Download version 188.8.131.52||Mac OS X 10.10 – 10.11||QuickTime/CoreMediaIO component and Epiphan capture software. Supports USB 2.0, USB 3.0 and PCIe grabbers, 32-bit and 64-bit kernels.|
|Download||Extended Display Identification Data (EDID) file for default configuration of Epiphan DVI2PCIe Duo|
|Download||Extended Display Identification Data (EDID) file for default configuration of Epiphan DVI2PCIe Duo with no audio support|
|Download||Extended Display Identification Data (EDID) file for 2048 x 2048 r|
|Download||Extended Display Identification Data (EDID) file for 2560 x 1600|
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