Manufacturer: AVerMedia Technologies
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 452.15 KB
Operating System: Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 2.1.00.009 / 10 Aug 2005
This computing product is responsible for converting a conventional computer system into a fully functional entertainment center. The installation of this hardware component and its corresponding device driver provides the host computer system with the capability of receiving analog video signals. The device driver also allows the supported hardware component to implement video capture operations on the received video streams. The AVerMedia AVerTV Video Capture (M755, Philips FQ1236MK5 Tuner) provides the computer user with the option of capturing video streams from conventional television, cable broadcast, or from devices that are connected to its external input port. The device driver is normally supported by a software application explicitly designed for the operation of this hardware component. The software application together with the appropriate device driver allows the computer user to generate a digital format of analog video streams. The video capture process also stores audio streams in the same file.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The device driver of the AVerMedia AVerTV Video Capture (M755, Philips FQ1236MK5 Tuner) supports commonly used video and audio formats. This means that a captured video stream can be played back on the host computer system or burned onto an optical media device for playback on an external machine. The bundled software application also provides the computer user with a software based control panel applet. This allows the computer user to modify the default configuration settings of the supported hardware component. The control panel applet normally contains settings that refer to common display attributes. The new settings are reflected directly on the captured video stream. Since the result of the stored video is already in digital format the computer user also has the option of applying post processing effects to enhance its appearance. Playing back video file on the host computer user requires the presence of a corresponding video codec. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and AVerMedia AVerTV Video Capture (M755, Philips FQ1236MK5 Tuner) errors before installing any driver updates.