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Capture Cards and Software
We are currently using the STUDIO DV capture board made by Pinnacle
Systems. However, any frame grabber that is IEEE 1394 "FireWire"
compatible should work with the JVC camera.
The STUDIO DV board includes capturing software, however, the
video has to be extracted into single images. JVC accomplishes the
"high-speed" by slitting the full size image into either half or
size. I have attached a description that helps to explain this process.
This is written for NTSC format, but the same principle applies to the PAL
The Ariel Software Drivers for the JVC camera are required to access the
100 and 200 Hz video. These software drivers are NOT included in the Basic
APAS software and would have to be purchased separately at a cost of
$3,500.00 USD. NOTE: Also it is recommended to use the SP mode (not
mode) for recordings.
I hope this helps to answer your questions.
At 07:11 PM 12/02/2000 +0100, you wrote:
>thank you for your answer;
>>If the JVC-9700 camera supports the "high-speed" video mode,
then you will
>>require additional software to access the high speed options. The
>>standard mode should work just fine.
>yes, the JVC-9700 camera supports the "high-speed" video mode (100
>frames/sec in PAL);
>so what is the best product and model to use with APAS for high-speed video
>capture including this additional software (i think it can extract each
>half frame per image!);
>Olivier MARTIN (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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