VESA Advanced Feature Connector


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VESA Advanced Feature Connector

A VESA standard point-to-point channel used to transfer video signals between two video controllers, typically between the graphics card and a video capture or TV board. The Advanced Feature Connector (VAFC) increases the original feature connector from 8 to 32 bits and from 40 to 150 Mbytes/sec. The cable pins increased from 26 to 80. See VGA feature connector and VESA Media Channel.
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ASL), a leading developer of PC-based digital video technologies, has announced the VAFC MegaMotion video capture board, featuring a new 32-bit Vesa Advanced Feature Connector (VAFC) that is the industry's first to facilitate up to 16.
It supports mixed-mode, high-quality live-video playback and graphics at no extra cost using the VESA Advanced Feature Connector (VAFC) and/or the PCI bus for a cableless solution.
The 950 and 975 provide support for a 16-bit VESA Advanced Feature Connector (VAFC) configuration which in turn supports external multimedia devices for overlay of video data.