FusionHDTV, WDM Crossbar (BTSC/MTSC)

Category: TV Tuner
Manufacturer: Dvico, Inc.
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 1000 KB
Operating System: Windows 98,Windows ME,Windows 2000,Windows NT,Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 5.1.12.01 / 19 Feb 2008

Windows device driver information for FusionHDTV, WDM Crossbar (BTSC/MTSC)

The FusionHDTV, WDM Crossbar (BTSC/MTSC) is a type of tuner card for computers and TVs. It comes with a multi functional remote control and it is most suited for Windows Vista 32bit & 64bit. It also has support for Windows XP. It features the lowest heat emission especially on a non-operating mode. The FusionHDTV, WDM Crossbar (BTSC/MTSC) can be converted to Xvid, DVD and MPEG4. It also supports scheduled recordings, thus allowing automatic power on of the personal computer for scheduled recordings and an automatic power off after the recordings. It has ports in Cable F or 1x Coax Antenna and connectors for Analog Audio Input and S-Video Input which can be converted to composite with a dongle. As a TV tuner, it is a hybrid tuner and it requires a TV standard of XC5000 Silicon Tuner.

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Dvico Inc. the manufacturer of the FusionHDTV, WDM Crossabr (BTSC/MTSC) device was founded in 1998. Over the years, the Dvico company has developed and designed a wide array of multimedia storage products and digital video products for Mac and personal computer users. The company is based in Sungnam, Korea. They are one of the earliest companies that utilized DVAR production and animation records that in the year 2000, the Adobe Systems of US granted them the world's fourth Adobe Premiere Certification. They are also known to be the first to release a software based commercial HDTV card in the world. The Fusion HDTV, WDM Crossbar (BTSC/MTSC) is part of their HDTV solution. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and FusionHDTV, WDM Crossbar (BTSC/MTSC) errors before installing any driver updates.