Category: Sound and Multimedia
Manufacturer: Antex Electronics
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 726.1 KB
Operating System: Windows 2000, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: / 23 Aug 2003

Windows device driver information for StudioCard

This expansion card is built to be hosted on the PCI slot on the computer motherboard. It is designed to provide additional audio processing power to the host computer system by generating a stereo mode audio output that can be supported by a variety of speaker configurations. The installation of the StudioCard is supported by the extraction of its corresponding device driver which allows for the reproduction of audio data at 20-bit depths with a maximum sampling rate of up to 50 kHz. The quality of the sound reproduction would depend in part to the capability of the attached speaker system to the host machine. The device driver for the StudioCard allows audio processing software applications to take advantage of the built-in feature sets of the supported hardware component. It also makes available to the computer user a software based interface that will allow for the modification of the default configuration settings of the audio card.

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According to its manufacturers this hardware component is intended as a post production audio card that is capable of handling a number of functions. One of the most important functions supported by the device driver is the absolute audio to video lip sync. This feature automates the process of synchronizing the audio stream with its corresponding video stream to make the playback of the final media file better. The StudioCard is considered as a cross-platform hardware component that can be supported by a wide array of processor chips and operating system environments. The implementation of the correct device driver allows the supported hardware component to achieve compatibility with a number of software and hardware devices that can provide editing and sound effects to the processed media file. The device driver makes sure that all processes generated by the software application can be stored accordingly to the output file using the processing power of the supported hardware component. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and StudioCard errors before installing any driver updates.