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ViewCast has released the Osprey-440 audio and video capture card. It supports four independent A/V channels and uses up to 16 cameras or other video sources.
With a single Osprey-440 card, systems integrators, OEMs, and developers have access to four independent A/V processing channels, increasing audio and video channel density to meet requirements for large video systems installations while reducing overall systems cost.
For more information, visit booth SL4572 or go to www.viewcast.com.
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