Instant VideoXpress

Category: Other
Manufacturer: ADS Technologies
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 292.97 KB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows 2003, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: / 11/15/06

Windows device driver information for Instant VideoXpress

The implementation of device drivers activates the feature sets which the manufacturer has incorporated into the hardware component. For the Instant VideoXpress the device driver makes it possible to capture both audio and video signals from the host computer system. It also supports the Universal Serial Bus interface connection that is established with the host machine. In terms of functionality the device driver of the Instant VideoXpress allows the computer user to instantly generate photo slide shows, direct recording of videos, and automatic generation of movie files. The device driver for the Instant VideoXpress communicates directly with the underlying operating system environment to allow the computer user to directly grab snapshots directly from the computer screen while a video file is being played back. The device driver is also partially responsible for instructing the operating system platform what keys correspond to particular commands executed by the supported component.

Outdated Drivers?

Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.

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It is possible to capture data in either compressed or uncompressed format depending on the requirements of the computer user. The high speed connection provided by the Universal Serial Bus version 2.0 interface also helps in the smooth transition of data between the connected devices. Since the Instant VideoXpress is designed for simplicity the device driver helps to automate virtually every process in the conversion and capture of both video and audio data by keeping the computer user out of the technical details. This means that the supported hardware component can be deployed without necessarily requiring advanced technical expertise. Essentially since this particular hardware component can receive audio and video signals from virtually any source (analog or digital) the device driver is partially responsible for the transfer of data from the source to the host computer system. It also takes care of the conversion process if any is required. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Instant VideoXpress errors before installing any driver updates.