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Datapath Releases New VisionSC-S2 SDVoE Capture Card

Datapath has unveiled and released a new dedicated SDVoE capture card for real-time applications. The VisionSC-32 card meets the SDVoE Alliance’s stringent parameters for minimum latency and high-quality resolution. With 4K/60 capability, the VisionSC-S2 card delivers an important part of the networked video mix.

“SDVoE provides a flexible way to route signals in high-end installations, but not all streams end up directly on a screen. They often need to be ingested into PC-based video controllers for manipulation, analysis, or encoding. We are proud to bring our new capture card to market, ensuring high-quality video captures alongside Datapath’s proven reliability,” CTO of Datapath John Storey said.

The SDVoE Alliance has established the industry standard for the adoption of Ethernet to transport AV signals in professional AV environments, including wall controllers in a control room and high-quality feeds into medical controllers and critical surgical monitors. With Datapath’s dedicated SDVoE capture hardware, enough PCIe bandwidth is provided to properly transfer the full quality available in the SDVoE feed into an application, and with minimum added latency to ensure the end-to-end solution is fit for real-time applications. \

Adding Datapath to the SDVoE Alliance’s portfolio of manufacturers has been welcomed by Justin Kennington, president of the SDVoE Alliance. Kennington adds, “We are delighted to welcome Datapath to the SDVoE Alliance. Six years since the founding of the alliance, we are seeing a massive increase in the breadth of the product catalog. Besides standalone encoders and decoders, with the addition of the Datapath VisionSC-S2, we are bringing video directly into the PC, where it can be processed.”

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