AVerMedia CL311-M2 Full HD HDMI 1080P 60FPS PCIe Capture Card
Manufacturer: AVerMedia
UPC: 795522965752
SKU: CL311-M2
Condition: New
AVerMedia CL311-M2 Full HD HDMI 1080P 60FPS PCIe Capture Card
Product TypeVideo Capturing Device
Brand NameAVerMedia
ManufacturerAVerMedia Technologies, Inc
Product NameFull HD HDMI 1080P 60FPS PCIe Capture Card
Manufacturer Part NumberCL311-M2
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.avermedia.com
Host InterfacePCI Express 2.0 x1
Form FactorPlug-in Card
Maximum Resolution1920 x 1080
FunctionsVideo CapturingVideo Scaling
Platform SupportedPC
Package Contents
  • Full HD HDMI 1080P 60FPS PCIe Capture Card
  • Dongle Cable
  • Low-profile Bracket
The CL311-M2 is a PCIe HDMI frame grabber capable of capturing videos up to 1080P 60FPS. CL311-M2 is compatible with all range of audio and video sources via the HDMI or component inputs so the users can enjoy Full HD multimedia right on their computers. High Quality HDMI and Analog Capturing It's effortless to capture standard or high definition analog video with the accompanying 9-in-1 analog dongle cable. Moreover, you can capture 1080P video via component input and edit your own professional video clips on your computer system easily. This means that the CL311-M2 is compatible with most video devices so you can capture anything you'd like with only one card. Hardware scaling, de-interlacing, and color space conversionWith the AVerMedia Video Engine Technology inside, it can perform various video processing tasks such as frame rate conversion, hardware up/down scaling, de-interlacing, and so on without consuming the computing power of the target platform. Improved Quality and Reliability With the powerful FPGA-based design, the CL311-M2 is able to achieve a better performance and provide more improved capture quality and reliability. Support the VBI Teletext Function The CL311-M2 is programmed with the vertical blanking interval (VBI) function for broadcasting closed captions. Remarkable 60 frames per secondThe most common consumer recording devices today support higher recording frame rates as do more professional recording devices, such as those used for medical imaging and industrial surveillance. At 60 frames per second, you can improve the quality of a wide range of media recorded for businesses, universities, broadcasting, and manufacturing facilities, providing a more lifelike and smooth video playback experience.