Canopus Amber (PCI, MPEG2, Hardware Encoder)
Review of Linux Compatibility
The Canopus Amber is a single PCI board, which includes a MPEG-2 video and audio hardware encoder (up to 15 Mb/s). The card supports MPEG-2 D1, Half-D1, and MPEG-1 real-time encoding from S and composite sources.
The Canopus Abber does not work with Linux. No kernel module is loaded and no video device is created to access the card.
Hardware specification: PDF
creation date: 10/05/2014, last update: 25/05/2014 , submitted by Anonymous
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