CyberCenter 2388x AVS Video Capture - X3( ATSC/NTSC)

Category: Video and Graphic Cards
Manufacturer: CyberCenter
Caution Level: intermediate
Download File Size: 3.0 Mb
Operating System: Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: / 2005

Windows device driver information for CyberCenter 2388x AVS Video Capture - X3( ATSC/NTSC)

This software supports the AVS video capture on both ATSC and NTSC protocol. ATSC is a series of standards designed by the developed TV system committee for digital TV transmission that changed much of the analog NTSC protocol TV system. The regulation was implemented in 1990 by the Grand Alliance. This is an association of electronic and telecommunication groups which develop the specification recognized today as HDTV. ATSC is implemented by A/53 standard as a requirement of the Grand Alliance. It was distributed in 1995 and was adopted by the FCC in 1996 by the United States. The protocol ATSC system holds up a number of diverse display resolution, ratio aspect and frame rates. The format is listed depending on the form of scanning, ratio of frames per second and image resolution. It also includes formats from both A/53 version 4 and A/63.

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The HDTV standard classified by the ATSC generates a 16:9 widescreen image with 1920x1080 pixels. This is six times higher than the older standard of display resolution. It also has various image sizes and up to 5 standard definition sub-channels which can transmit on an initial TV channel of 6MHz. Some aspect of ATSC are copyrighted, including the MPEG video coding, AC-3 audio coding and 8VSB tone. As with other structures, the ATSC relies on various interwoven standard like EIA-708 standard. This is for digital blocked captioning to lead variation in implementation. For transfer, ATSC utilize the MPEG-2 also known as transport stream and encapsulate data, which utilizes 188b MPEG transfer stream packet to hold file. The recipient must demodulate and relate error correction to the signal before they decode the video or audio file. After that, the transfer stream may be de-multiplexed into its element stream. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and CyberCenter 2388x AVS Video Capture - X3( ATSC/NTSC) errors before installing any driver updates.