Datapath VisionSC-DP2

World’s first DisplayPort 1.2 capture card supporting full 4K at 60 FPS
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Datapath has launched the VisionSC-DP2, the first video capture card in the new VisionSC range that is touted by the company as the world’s first DisplayPort 1.2 capture card supporting full 4K at 60 FPS. The VisionSC-DP2 offers users the ability to simultaneously capture two channels of DisplayPort 1.2. Each channel can capture video and audio up to 4096x2160p at 60 fps, and the card also supports Datapath’s LiveStream technology. The card is supported by the Vision Driver common to all Datapath capture cards and offers MultiStream that allows for the independent control of multiple streams from a single capture channel at the same time; automatic signal detection enables simple connection and capture of sources; and hardware-based common time stamping facility.





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