DVI2USB is a dual-mode DVI and VGA frame grabber produced by Epiphan Systems. DVI2USB allows one to capture still images and video at high frame rates and resolutions from any VGA or DVI source, including X-BOX 360, medical devices, and embedded machines. Furthermore, as DVI is inter-compatible with HDMI, DVI2USB lets you capture the video from HDMI sources such as well, as long as it is not HDCP-protected.
Generally speaking, for several reasons, DVI2USB is the most versatile and universal frame grabber available:
• Captures VGA, DVI, HDMI signals;
• Still image and video capture support;
• Captures resolutions up to 1920x1200;
• Reaches capture rates up to 30 frames per second;
• Works with Windows, Mac, and Linux capture PCs.
In order to use the DVI2USB, one may either install free software available from Epiphan Systems' website (compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux) or use their own software that supports external cameras and capture devices, such as Windows Media Encoder, QuickTime, Adobe Premiere or VirtualDub. While the free DVI2USB software doesn't contain some of the advanced authoring features found in high end video production software, the DVI2USB software allows you to adjust all aspects of the video capture, including dynamic cropping, target capture rate, color balance, and other fine tuning features.
In addition, Epiphan Systems' DVI2USB software allows you to set intervals at which frames are to be captured, and schedule the image capture or video recording. As well, you are able to broadcast the video live using the DVI2USB application to viewers around the globe.
DVI2USB is ideal universal DVI and VGA capture device that is ideal for those wanting to record, archive, and broadcast a VGA or DVI signal out of the box.