The Osprey 825e provides high-quality streaming performance in a compact option. Now, customers can capture twoSDI inputs in a low-profile form factor. This dual input card can ingest 3G, HD and SD SDI and automatically adaptsbetween standard- and high-definition signals.BroadcastersEnterpriseEducationGovernmentGlobal OEM system integrators
Take advantage of advanced video pre-processingfeatures such as logo/bitmap overlay with transparencyand positioning controls, de-interlacing, color spaceconversion and closed-caption extraction and rendering.
The Osprey 825e also comes standard withSimulStreamÂ®. This driver enhancement providesthe ability to feed multiple encoding applicationsat the same time.
ApplicationsWebcastingLive streamingPodcastingMobile TVVideo on Demand
Key AttributesAccepts 3G, HD and SD SDI inputsAutomatically adapts between SD and HD signals onthe fly, HD to SD downscalingPCIe host interfaceSimulStream option enables:
Completely independent settings for sizing,scaling and bit rate speeds, plus logo overlayswith dynamic positioning
A multitude of simultaneous video format outputsProfessional features, such as loss of videodetection, color space conversion, automatictelecine detection and processing, and automaticoptimization for changing motion contentDrivers available for MicrosoftÂ® WindowsÂ®;Linux operating systems driver available early 2013
Driver Support:MicrosoftÂ® DirectShowÂ® APILinux available from open source community
Video:2x SDI (BNC x 2)
- 3G SMPTE 424 M
- HD SMPTE 292 M
- SD SMPTE 259 M
Audio:Embedded SDI (8 channels per SDI input)
PCI Express (x 4):Slots: x 4, x 8, or x 16PCIe 1.1
Pre-Processing:Closed-caption extraction / rendering(CEA-608/CEA-708)Logo / bitmap overlayScaling, cropping, de-interlacing andinverse telecineLoss of video automatic test patterngeneration with text overlay option
Dimensions:Low-profile form factor6.6" L x 2.71" H (16.76 cm L x 6.88 cm H)(includes low profile bracket)
Hardware Warranty:2 year limited hardware warranty
System Requirements:High-definition video requires intense bandwidthacross the system bus, CPU, and memory. CPUDirect or North Bridge PCIe slots are required.Multi-core processors (4 or more) are recommendedto run video applications.