|Op. System:||Windows XP/2000/98|
|File size:||302 KB|
|Publisher:||Eduardo Jos Tagle|
Publisher description for BTWincap
This is a total rewrite of the reference drivers so I was able to solve some of the main problems it had, such as to support quite a bit more Capture cards, make NetMeeting work with it, add lots of analog video standards, make it more stable, Improve ACPI support, hibernate, AVI capture, Frame size, FM and AM radio for those cards that have it, lower the CPU usage, support hardware Overlay flipping, etc. Features: *You can capture at full framerate in full screen. *You can capture individual fields (this requires an application that uses the DirectShow API to capture video). Don't know if an app. that let you capture individual fields using DirectShow API already exists. Obviously, there exists lots of apps that let you capture full frames and video using DirectShow. *You can capture at any framerate you like : This is specially important for Video For Windows API based capture applications (As Adobe Premiere). This is a feature you won??? get normally with all the others (generic) WDM drivers *There is plenty of capture video formats (all supported by DirectShow and the hardware). For example, use YV12 for MPEG capture - Performance Boost!) *You can use all the newer/(faster) DirectShow capture applications . (I would recommend Ulead Media Studio Pro, or Ulead Visual Studio, as those can use this driver to capture full frame size/full rate mpeg2 video. *All the video capture programs will let you use the TV tuner as your source, and change channels inside them if you like. *AM/FM radio is supported, Just set TV tuner mode to RADIO! *You can use this driver under Win2000 and the brand new WinXP! *Driver is optimized for speed, so CPU requirements should be less than the original driver (VXD). *Etc.