12G-SDI input+output with HDMI 2.0 for PCIe
The ultimate 4K-UHD I/O card for PC! Output 12G-SDI and/or HDMI 2.0 signals from your application, add HDR and Dolby Atmos® if needed. Then again, capture 12G-SDI or configure a port for DVB-ASI to work with transport streams.
1x 12G-SDI/ASI in
1x 12G-SDI/ASI out*
1x HDMI 2.0 out*
1x Genlock in
* 12G-SDI and HDMI 2.0 outputs carry the same stream
DekTec Matrix API® 2.0
10-bit full-frame access
HDR, Dolby Atmos®
3x 75-Ω BNC
1x HDMI type A receptacle
|PCI Express||PCIe gen3 x4|
SD-SDI - SMPTE 259M
HD-SDI - SMPTE 292M
3G-SDI - SMPTE 424M
12G-SDI - SMPTE 2082
525i, 625i, 720p, 1080i
1080p, 1080psf, 2160p
All common formats supported
0 to 214 Mbps
|Processor||Core i5 minimum
Core i7 recommended
Or equivalent AMD CPUs
|12G-SDI input+output with HDMI 2.0 for PCIe with StreamXpert Lite and StreamXpress player software.|
|12G-SDI input+output with HDMI 2.0 for PCIe with SdEye and StreamXpert 2.1 stream analyzer and StreamXpress player.|
|12G-SDI input+output with HDMI 2.0 for PCIe with VF-REC stream recorder, SdEye and StreamXpert 2.1 stream analyzer and StreamXpress player.|
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The DTA-2195 features a 12G-SDI receive channel and a 12G-SDI + HDMI 2.0 transmit channel. The DekTec Matrix API® 2.0 processing block and two high-performance DMA controllers ensure optimal interfacing with your application.
DekTec Matrix API® 2.0 supports the DTA-2195 and all products listed below. Applications designed for one of these cards will run virtually unaltered on any of the other cards.
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DTA-2195 Bird's Eye View
The DTA-2195 comes in a stylish aluminum heat sink, which also protects the components on the board and keeps the board stiff.
DekTec Matrix API® 2.0
The Matrix-API framework decodes incoming SDI data into pixels (in a programmable format), audio samples and ANC data structures. When a new frame has been received, the framework calls a user-supplied "frame-processor callback" for processing of the data. The user callback can create output video, audio and ANC data. which is encoded by the framework into SDI frames.
Synchronization of multiple input streams is straightforward: The video/audio/anc data of all SDI frames supplied to the callback function have the same arrival time by definition. Past frames can be accessed by an integer frame index. The Matrix API ensures that if frames from different input ports arrive at the same time, they will have the same frame index.