AVerMedia M785 PCI Analog TV

Category: Sound & Multimedia
Manufacturer: AverMedia Technologies
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 3.05 MB
Operating System: Windows 95/98/2000/2003/NT/XP
Latest Version / Release Date: N/A / 06 Nov 2009

Windows device driver information for AVerMedia M785 PCI Analog TV

AVerMedia M785 PCI Analog TV is a TV tuner card produced by Avermedia. A TV tuner card is a device used in computers to enable it to receive signals of television and display it on the computer, benefiting the user so much in that he or she will save on space by having the computer and the television contained in a single electronic device which is the computer itself. There are some TV tuner cards which also function as video capture cards. Video capture means that they can record television on the hard disk of the computer and watch their favorite show later on when they have the time to do so. This is not only useful in terms of convenience but also for posterity, especially for those users who may wish to watch a show again after it has been aired.

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TV tuner cards come in several different interfaces. They can come as PCI expansion cards, as PCMCIA, as PCI Express or PCMCIA express, as Mini PCI Express and as USB devices. The AVerMedia M785 PCI Analog TV uses a PCI interface and an analog signal. A PCI interface is one which uses the PCI bus standard. The term PCI is an acronym for peripheral Component Interconnect and typically come installed in the motherboard or in the form of an expansion card. The AVerMedia M785 PCI Analog TV comes in the form of an expansion card which is fitted into the slots of a computer. An analog signal refers to any continuous signal for which the signal's time carrying variable represents another time varying quantity. Analog TV tuner cards have analog input, S-Video or composite, and most facilitate FM radio reception in the computer. Less pricey analog TV cards produce a raw video stream while the expensive ones encode signals to MPEG, Motion or JPEG. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and AVerMedia M785 PCI Analog TV errors before installing any driver updates.