As desktop PCs are losing market share faster than ever the maker probably seems little reason to make a PC card. Besides what I see might work on some Apple or other platform so with that out of the way, why not ask your buddy that has a machine shop to shape some metal top to your desktop to bolt this box into?
This is my first post, so please go easy on me.
I currently have a Dell Optiplex 760 Intel Core 2 Quad Q9650 (2.99GHz, 3.25GB RAM) PC running Windows XP Professional Service Pack 3.
He's what I'm doing... I'm using this PC as a dedicated machine just to supply SDI video (and audio) to a production switcher. I want to capture streaming video on a website such as a Skype video call.
I'm currently using Ensemble Designs BrightEye Mitto Scan Converter Model BEM-1 with their software BrightEye PC version 2.0.0 (v238). This provides me with a DVI to SDI output with Genlock and full raster resizing. This is what I need and can not change, but I want this to be a card I can put into my PC and get away from this external device.
Furthermore, I would like to be able to upres this to HD 720p as I'm currently using the SD 4:3 output, if possible. Does any one know of any internal card that will do this exact function?
If you have any recommendation please let me know, you can look at the specs of the Ensemble Designs BrightEye Mitto Scan Converter Model BEM-1 here: (http://www.ensembledesigns.com/products/brighteye/bemitto)
Thank you for any an all support.