Compro E900F PCIe TV Tuner launched

Posted on Saturday, Aug 23 2008 @ 10:11 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Compro informed us about the launch of their VideoMate E800 PCIe TV tuner card. This TV turner support hybrid DAB-T & Analog TV reception, ships with a remote control and has a MPEG-4 hardware encoder. The press release says users can choose watching 1analog and 1 digital TV, 2 analog TV or 2 DVB-T TV at the same time.
Compro Technology, an innovative leading manufacturer and developer of PC multimedia products, launches VideoMate Vista E900F, a PCIe interface dual DVB-T & analog TV/FM Card with Hardware MPEG-4 encoder. VideoMate Vista E900F contains two DVB-T/ worldwide (PAL/SECAM/NTSC) TV tuners providing flexible TV viewing options. Users can choose watching 1analog and 1 digital TV, 2 analog TV or 2 DVB-T TV at the same time. With the built-in real time hardware MPEG-1/2 encoders, users can record videos in high-quality DVD full-D1 formats without occupying much CPU resource. The exclusive MPEG-4 hardware encoder is able to compress video segments into small size and still offers great image quality video. Besides, VideoMate Vista E900F supports exclusive S5(shutdown)/S4(hibernation)/S3(standby) mode power up dual schedule recording. You can record two different TV programs at once. The built-in professional 2D+3D Y/C separation and noise reduction chip brings you a crystal clear and sharp image on your monitor.

The included TV watching/recording software, ComproDTV features digital/analog TV watching/recording, channel surfing, timeshifting, single/multiple still frames capture, brightness/saturation/contrast/hue/sharpness and TV/audio formats adjustment in each TV channel. It also provides the advanced Picture In/Out Picture functions which allow users to watch live TV and playback video files at the same time. The Video Desktop function lets users to stream live TV shows as wallpaper and use other applications simultaneously. ComproDTV 4 can simultaneously operate, viewing or recording, multiple Compro TV devices on the same machine, internal and external.


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Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.



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