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Others: Sound card for TV audio
Optional DVD burner for creating DVDs from your recordings
Specifications: Single tuner with the following broadcast formats supported:
- NTSC analog TV, with built-in hardware MPEG-2 encoder
- ATSC over-the-air digital TV, at video resolutions to 1080i
- Clear QAM digital cable TV, at video resolutions to 1080i
- FM radio
- S-Video, composite video
- Left and right audio via RCA jacks
Hardware MPEG-2 encoder
- Conexant CX23417 encoder
- 2D comb filter
- Datarates: 2 to 12 Mbits/sec
Size: 4.0" wide x 4.1" deep x 1.1" high
Power: 5V to 12V at 2 amps
Weight: 6.5 oz
Others: Sound card for audio playback
CD-ROM drive for installing the Colossus software
Specifications: Hardware encoder
- H.264 AVCHD video encoder
- AC-3 recording from AC-3 source
- AAC audio encoding from PCM source
- Recording datarate: from 1 to 20 Mbits/sec (user selectable in the ArcSoft ShowBiz application)
- Recording format:
up to 1080i from component video (YCrCb or YPrPb)
NTSC: 720p60, 1080i60, 480i60, 480p60
PAL: 720p50, 1080i50, 576p50, 576i50, 480p50, 480i50
Note: the video input format determines the recorded format. For example, 1080i input records at 1080i, 720P records at 720P, etc. Any other format conversions needs to be done with the MediaConvert program (supplied).
- NTSC or PAL supported
Input and outputs:
Note: video input on Component and HDMI sources i...
Others: TV set with HDMI input
220 MB free hard disk space
CD-ROM drive (for software installation)
Note: HD PVR 2 will not record video from HDMI with HDCP copy protection. If you are recording PS3 gameplay, use the included PS3 component video gaming cable.
Specifications: Hardware encoder: H.264 AVCHD high definition video encoder, with record resolution to 1080p30
Recording datarate: from 1 to 13.5 Mbits/sec
Recording format: AVCHD (.TS and .M2TS) plus .MP4
No delay HDMI passthrough:
HDMI in to HDMI out - up to 1080p
Component Video in to HDMI out - up to 1080i
HDMI in, from HDMI sources without HDCP such as Xbox 360
Component video in, with stereo audio
S-Video and composite video in, with stereo audio (optional cable not supplied)
Bundled software ap...
Video Encoding: H.264 AVCHD video encoder
AC-3 audio encoding
Recording datarate: from 1 to 13.5 Mbits/sec (user selectable)
Recording format: up to 1080i from component video (YCrCb)
Note: the video input format determines the recorded format. For example, 1080i input records at 1080i, 720P records at 720P, etc.. Any other format conversions needs to be done with the MediaConvert program (supplied).
Supported TV standards:
- ATSC HD TV
- Clear QAM digital cable TV
Stereo / dual channel sound
Antenna input: F connector
PC-interface: USB 2.0 (Hi-Speed)
TV recording formats:
Transport stream (the original transmitted format, without any quality loss)
WinTV v8, the new TV application for Windows, with TV pause and recording. When used with the WinTV-dualHD, WinTV v8 also gives you the option of picture-in-picture or record one TV channel when recording another
Others: CD-ROM for loading software
One 10/100 RJ-45 port on a Router, Hub or Switch
Direct connect from MediaMVP to PC via cross over LAN cable (not supplied)
Specifications: MediaMVP is a Linux based digital media receiver. MediaMVP includes a hardware MPEG decoder. Music and digital pictures are software decoded by MediaMVP’s processor. It receives the digital media from the PC via the Ethernet LAN, decodes the media and outputs video through composite and S-Video connections, and audio through stereo audio output connectors. MediaMVP provides an on-TV-screen display of media directory listings. It receives commands from the supplied remote control, and sends these commands to the PC server. The TV menus are created on the PC server, sent over the LAN and displayed by MediaMVPs browser.