Manufacturer: AVerMedia Technologies Inc.
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 3.05 MB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Latest Version / Release Date: 126.96.36.199 / 11/23/2006
The AVerMedia M11H PCI Hybrid DVBT is a media expansion card which provides the host computer system with solutions that will allow for the reception of analog television signals. The presence of this expansion hardware component converts the host computer system into a fully functional entertainment center. The device driver of this hardware component supports both MPEG-2 and DVB video format in the recorded video stream. This means that the received broadcast signal can be captured and stored into the local hard drive of the host computer system using these video formats. The stored media file can be played back in the local machine using its default media player program. The quality of the playback would depend on a number of factors like the capability of the display subsystem as well as the presence of the correct codec files among others. The recorded media file incorporates an audio stream which works with the existing protocols of the audio subsystem of the host computer system.
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By supporting DVB-T technology the device driver actually implements the specifications set for the Digital Video Broadcasting - Terrestrial format. This type of broadcast transmission is commonly found in the European continent where it is widely deployed. The characteristics supported by the device driver for this format includes the execution of a compressed digital video, audio, and other similar types of data. The MPEG transport stream based on the COFDM modulation is the main data wrapper utilized by this standard. The AVerMedia M11H PCI Hybrid DVBT and its corresponding device driver allows the host computer system to receive multiple digital data streams that are individually modulated. The device driver supports both 2K- and 8K-mode modulation standards which are commonly identified with this broadcast transmission. The practical application of this data carrier is normally used to support digital television broadcasts. The device driver allows the supported hardware component to function regardless of the current location of the host computer system. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and AVerMedia M11H PCI Hybrid DVBT errors before installing any driver updates.