Sintron provides miniPCIe video capture card (frame grabbers) series to meet different market's needs. All video capture products are supported by one driver and same SDK which follows Microsoft DirectShow or Linux v4l2 standard.
Microsoft DirectShow application programming interface (API) is an extensible, filter-based framework for streaming media on the Windows Platform. It provides high-quality video and audio capture and playback of multimedia streams. It supports most of video formats, including ASF, MPEG, AVI, MP3, and WAV sound files. DirectShow provides developers with a unified interface across different programming languages. Now you can reach the DirectShow headers, libraries, SDK tools, and samples in the Windows SDK. Video4Linux (V4L for short) isanother API for supporting real-time video capture on Linux systems. Like DirectShow, V4L standardizes outputs of many USB webcams, TV tuners, and related devices, enabling developers to easily add video support to their applications.
Sintron miniPCIe video capture cards are ready to use with great software support and flexible hardware integration capability which makes these grabbers to be considered as the best PC video cards.