The devices use USB 3.0 interface and no external power is needed. They also support USB 2.0 port, but the real-time frame rate will be reduced due to limited bandwidth. Users can also use a USB 3.0-to-Type C cable to connect it via USB Type C interface on the computer.
Support Windows, Linux, macOS and Chrome OS.
Windows 7/8/8.1/10/2008/2008 R2/2012 (x86 & x64). Linux (Ubuntu 12.04–16.10, CentOS 7). OS X 10.9–10.11. macOS 10.12 Chrome OS.
Metal housing to help heat dissipation of the chip. Use USB 3.0 Type A connector, which doesn’t easily get loose after long time of use. A USB Capture passes 7x24 working test in temperature between 0-50 ℃.
Support operating system native video capture APIs, including DirectShow, DirectKS, V4L2, ALSA and QuickTime. Support DirectSound based audio acquisition interface, extended interface based on IKsPropertySet. Compatible with almost all software based on DirectShow architecture.
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