Category: Network & Modems
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1.04Mb
Operating System: Win 98SE/ME/2000/XP
Latest Version / Release Date: v2.31 / 03 Jun 2004
The TARGA - HUB3 is a general purpose video processing platform on a PCI card. It is a single board having two video bandwidths, reminiscent of the committed content creation of Unix workstations. Editors can utilize it to experiment with several kinds of layering to make complex video pictures and still, real-time playback. It also jumps to the previous standard of two streams. The hard drive arrays and SCSI or Fibre Channel interfaces are quick enough to provide the Hub3 with uncompressed video and modification in uncompressed video. It its third modification, the Hub3 backs up at least three free, simultaneous streams of uncompressed video. There is also processing power provided by the device so each of the video streams can be controlled concurrently with one or more filters or motion effects.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The TARGA - HUB3 processes uncompressed video for filters and transitions. However, compressed MPEG or DV streams must create an additional trip through the hub on their way to the decompression chip to efficiently double the load. The Targa 300 is created around the Hub3, which is the next generation hardware legacy of Truevision. The Hub3 is a big chip through which all the video files flow, whether it is being integrated in a motion effect, overlaid with a graphic or title, or combined with other moving video clippings. The majority of the dual-stream architecture structures basically make two independent video pipes, one of every stream, that meet through some kind of blending device allowing the real-time transitions. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and TARGA - HUB3 errors before installing any driver updates.