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AVerMedia CN311-H 4K M.2 capture card
Photo: Company [Oct 2, 2017]

AVerMedia has announced the availability of the CN311-H, an M.2, HDMI 1.4a 4k (4096x2160 30fps) capture card for integration in medical imaging devices, education and industrial computers. The CN311-H comes in a M.2 2260 or 2280 form factor and its separate HDMI I/O board with coaxial cable can be implemented in custom solutions and optimizes signal stability.

With the power to capture the 4K video source, the CN311-H can fit in most embedded systems, according to the venor. The advantage of 10-bit encoding makes the CN311-H capable of operating in high-end medical solutions. The CN311-H is the first 4K video capturing solution in M.2 format.

AVerMedia's hardware-based video engine technology implements practical video processing functions, such as de-interlacing for enhanced image clarity, color space conversion for more true-to-life video color, and resolution scaling to lessen CPU intensive workloads. This, together with various HDMI signal optimizations, cuts down input lag and overall workload.

Industrial customers can develop vertical applications by using AVerMedia's designer SDK with features such as device control, media capture, A/V processing and more. Regular customers can tweak various codecs' compression and decompression setting for optimum bit-rates and video quality. CN311-H can be deployed in a broad spectrum of platforms under Windows and Linux platforms, both 32 and 64 bit.

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