video capture

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video capture

Accepting a video signal or recording continuous screen output. See video capture board and screencast.
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13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Stem Innovation, LLC recently learned from a customer that the iZON Remote Room Monitor helped to capture video of a thief burglarizing her home.
Pinnacle Studio lets users capture video into their PC from a variety of sources including 1394/FireWire ports, Webcams and TV Tuner/video capture cards.
The study surveyed over 450 video users who capture video using Digital Still Cameras, Camera phones, and Camcorders.
The device also includes ULEAD's VideoStudio video-editing software, which enables users to capture video, transfer it as a perfect digital copy, and convert the computer into a digital-editing studio.
There is more video camera, cell phone and CCTV video available to law enforcement today that ever before, making it a challenge for crime labs and police departments to efficiently capture video for investigations.
amp; BOISE, Idaho -- Robby Gordon, one of the racing world's most versatile drivers, is teaming with Micron Technology (NYSE:MU) to digitally capture video of Gordon in action at the 29th Dakar Rally that begins Jan.
Whether spontaneously recording everyday experiences or shooting your own video for uploading to a favorite website, the EZ105 is compact enough to fit in a pocket or small purse and allows anyone to easily capture video.
BOISE, Idaho -- Micron Technology participated in this year's Tecate SCORE Baja 1000 to digitally capture video of the rugged off-road race using the company's innovative image sensor and advanced flash memory technology.
Wren cameras' motion detection capabilities will automatically capture video when motion has been detected, enabling personnel to better monitor low traffic areas.
The four vehicles will be equipped with two specially designed automotive imaging solutions to capture video of the more than 1,000 mile race.
Users can capture video from the DCR-SR100 using the import video from mobile device feature found in the VideoStudio editor and Movie Wizard.
Users can also capture video files from many sources, including certified TV cards, graphics cards, camcorders, VCRs, and webcams (composite/S-video).