Cirrus Logic USB-DVR2 Dev Board

Category: Monitor & Video Cards
Manufacturer: Cirrus Logic Inc.
Caution Level: safe
Download File Size: 541.99 KB
Operating System: Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows Me
Latest Version / Release Date: 3.0.0 / Oct. 14, 2004

Windows device driver information for Cirrus Logic USB-DVR2 Dev Board

The Cirrus Logic USB-DVR2 Dev Board version 3.0 is a device that converts a variety of digital and analog video into an MPEG-2 video format in order to facilitate instant burning as DVD files. The Cirrus Logic USB-DVR2 Dev Board version 3 device allows users to create real time products in terms of compressed DVD files. The files can be converted from digital and analog media including digital camcorders, analog camcorders and video cassette recorders. The Cirrus Logic USB-DVR2 Dev Board is a reference device that provides users with a wide array of high quality and cost effective software and hardware platforms. When these platforms are connected to computers via USB drives, they facilitate digital recording, archiving and editing of personal video and audio content that can readily be burnt onto DVD discs using conventional DVD recorders.

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With its advanced capacity in handling digital video, the Cirrus Logic USB-DVR2 Dev Board version 3.0 enables users to convert analog and digital video into MPEG-2 format unlike many other devices currently in the market. In previous designs, devices supporting input of digital video needed the use of a daughter card, which not only increased the size of such devices but also inflated their costs. Thus, by incorporating the various digital video capabilities into one card, the Cirrus Logic USB-DVR2 Dev Board allows users to have a smaller device which also comes at a lower cost. The device has an analog converter comprising integrated circuits, a CS4245 audio codec (also referred to as CS5345) and the Direct Show 9 (a driver software) that enables users to share digital video features with third parties. The capabilities also enable software developers to create support software for USB-DVD-R equipment. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Cirrus Logic USB-DVR2 Dev Board errors before installing any driver updates.