VGA Over Ethernet

Epiphan VGA2Ethernet™ is a compact external DVI/VGA network frame grabber that is capable of capturing single link DVI and VGA signals at rates of up to 60 frames per second. VGA2Ethernet also supports a stereo 3.5mm audio input. Epiphan Systems VGA2Ethernet uses a common RJ45 10/100/GigE Ethernet port to interface itself with the target computer, allowing for up to 1 Gigabit transfer rates.

With a maximum capture resolution of 1920 x 1200, this is the only compact network frame grabber capable of capturing both DVI and VGA signals and sending the data over Ethernet. Using the latest state-of-the-art pre-compression technologies developed by Epiphan Systems specifically for the VGA2Ethernet, the user is able to acquire diagnostic-quality 100% lossless images from any DVI/VGA/RGB source.

VGA2Ethernet can be used in meeting room or conference environments to capture and stream video from a presenter's laptop to a server or computer display. It can also be used to capture the VGA or DVI signal from radars, high resolution cameras, ultrasound devices, servers, computers, or any other mission-critical equipment, using the VGA2Ethernet from Epiphan Systems will ensure effortless and reliable DVI or VGA capture every time that it is used.

VGA2Ethernet is also able to capture a component video/RCA signal using a component to VGA converter cable, purchased separately.

Key Features
  • Transmits DVI or VGA + audio over Ethernet at up to 60fps
  • Supports any resolution up to 1920 x 1200
  • 100% lossless signal transfer
  • Allows you to remotely connect a monitor or projector/beamer over Ethernet
  • Network frame grabber

VGA2Ethernet is fully compatible with DirectShow in Windows and QuickTime in Mac OS X, meaning that it can be used in conjunction with any third party software that allows the use of an external camera as a video input. Alternatively, the VGA2Ethernet software, available as a free download, supports not only the viewing and saving of the VGA signal as an image or video, but also allows the user to:
  • Setup an automated or periodical "save" command
  • Send the DVI/VGA output to an attached paper printer
  • Broadcast and share the VGA over Internet
  • Archive the DVI/VGA output in a variety of formats, including JPEG, PNG, BMP, AVI, and MP4
VGA2Ethernet –°onnection Diagram

An SDK, API, and examples are available free of charge for those users wishing to integrate the VGA2Ethernet into their custom applications developed for Windows and Mac OS X.

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