Category: Sound & Multimedia
Manufacturer: Diamond Multimedia
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 256Mb
Operating System: Microsoft Windows Vista, Microsoft Windows XP SP2, Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition
Latest Version / Release Date: 1 / 11 Oct 2006

Windows device driver information for HDTV110

The Diamond Multimedia product HDTV110 belongs to the XtremeTV Series of products released by the company. This particular product line provides the end user with the capability of receiving HDTV quality signals. It allows the computer system where the device is installed to function as a tuner and support all HDTV-ready devices connected to the machine. The device driver allows the hardware to act as an ATSD HDTV receiver, video input adapter, or as a normal TV tuner for regular live TV and cable feeds. The multimedia device is plugged into a standard USB port and makes use of an external enclosure type. As such, it supports Plug and Play functionality which is commonly found in newer versions of major Operating System platforms. The driver also allows the use of an analog NTSC video format with support for S-Video.

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The HDTV110 driver can support a resolution of 720 by 480 pixels for video capture. Aside from the HDTV input support, there is also a standard support to allow the capturing of audio inputs. The device driver also provides the additional functionality of invoking features like Electronic Program Guide and Time Shift Function. By using the USB port as its main interface, the installation process for the product is simplified. The computer user simply plugs the HDTV110 device into the port and it will be automatically detected by the machine. The user will then be prompted to install the device driver included in the package. Any upgrades are made available on the manufacturer's website. The current set of drivers already provides support for the Microsoft Windows Vista Operating System platform and requires DirectX compatible graphic card. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and HDTV110 errors before installing any driver updates.