Re: intel video capture board 1.0.10 driver for win98

Re: intel video capture board 1.0.10 driver for win98


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Posted by D. L. Sneddon on August 31, 2001 at 02:35:16:

In Reply to: intel video capture board 1.0.10 driver for win98 posted by John on July 08, 2001 at 17:57:38:

: I have recently aquired an intel video capture board as part of a no longer used video conferencing system (intel proshare 200) and was wondering if i would be able to use it as a video capture card (it has a compisite input as well as a dc12v output). It works off of the intel i750 chipset, that is all i know, any help would be appreciated

With reference to my first reply, I've done a little more research, and the following definitions, if they are still valid, imply that the reason I can't find any recent W9X software to support i750 cards is that such software is now built into MSWindows and some other operating systems.

Since I still haven't found time to install or use my i750 based ISA card this discussion is still nothing but theory to me.

Definitions of Indeo & DirectX:

(Indeo Video) is a digital recording format and compression software technology that can reduce video files from 5 to 10 times their uncompressed size. For example, Indeo can reduce a 50 megabyte file to about 9 megabytes. Indeo is included with products like Microsoft Video for Windows, the OS/2 operating system, and Apple QuickTime for Macintosh and Windows. Playback is optimized for the type of hardware available so frame rate is increased on faster systems. Recording is optimized with the Intel i750 Video Processor because video is compressed as it is received, rather than being first stored and then compressed. Multiple compression techniques are used, including lossy and lossless techniques.

(DirectX) comprises a set of multimedia services that Microsoft has been building into Windows; it has been segmented into three distinct layers. The DirectX Foundation consists of the low-level hardware interfaces that insulate developers and users from device dependencies. It is exemplified by Direct3D and DirectDraw. If multimedia acceleration hardware is present, Windows will make use of it; if not, the Foundation services handle the task through hardware emulation software. The net effect is a single programming interface for hardware and software acceleration options and a simplified set of options at application install time.

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