Epiphan AV.io 4K Video to USB3 Capture Device
Here's a look at the new Epiphan AV.iO 4K USB Adapter that takes the Video Output from your cameras and allows you to input them to your Laptop or Computer. They offer adapters for HDMI, SDI, DVI, VGA, and more! These new adapters can input up to 4K Resolutions!
Once you have your camera's Video Feed on your system you can choose to Record or Stream from your camera's video and audio directly to Facebook Live, YouTube Live, or many other online services. Or use software (like ScopeBox) that makes your Mac Laptops into professional portable large screen Monitors! The AV.iO Adapters work over USB so no Thunderbolt ports needed, no drivers to install, and no software required for the adapter to be seen by many popular applications. There is also no configurations needed to set the proper resolution or framerate, most software such as just sees the device. Very Simple. If you’re looking for a low cost, super easy to install and setup, 4K video capture device for video streaming, or to record game play, presentations and more the new Epiphan AV.io 4K is a fantastic choice. The best part of all is that it’s pretty much automatic! AV.io 4K is an external USB-based video grabber that doesn’t require drivers to be installed on your computer – it’s as simple as using a webcam! The video grabber is automatically detected when you plug it in and installs using drivers already built in to Windows, Mac and Linux. AV.io4k_HPSLider_847x332_NEW
One of the biggest challenges with a lot of computers today is having the CPU speed necessary to handle 4K which is why Epiphan Video introduced the new AV.io 4K video grabber. Its functionality is very similar to their other USB capture cards, capturing uncompressed video on the go without the need for configuration or special drivers. The difference with the AV.io 4K is that, as the name suggests, it is capable of capturing video at 4K resolutions.
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