TheFlyDS v2.0 - software for watching and recording video and/or
audio or snapshots from tv-tuner or video-in cards.
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:21 Rating
16 ( -2 -12.5% ) Size 1935 kb Licence Shareware Status New Release Languages English, German, French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish OS Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003 Homepage asvzzz.com Author Serge Andyk
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Description: TheFlyDS v2.0 - software for watching and recording video and/or
audio or snapshots from tv-tuner or video-in cards (such as AverMedia TV Phone,
LifeView FlyVideo98 and many others).
Main features: Frame resolution - up to 768x576 and you can use any
compression codec installed for video recording. Internal scheduler.
Network broadcasting. MPEG1/2 recording. WMV recording. Powerful scheduler.
Still images capturing on timer or hot key pressing into BMP,JPEG
or GIF files. Audio recording into wav or mp3 files. Channels scanning.
Skins. Individual settings for each channel. Hot keys and command-line
swiches.Resizeable video window with different styles. Start and stop
video capturing in predefined time. Extended capture statistics.
Playing captured avi or wav file. Saving all settings. TV guide,Teletext,Closed captioning.
PIP mode with 2 or more cards. OnScreen display. 16-channels preview.
Can work without tv window (as FM tuner). Language pack's. Short tags: TV-tuner, bt848, bt878, aver, flyvideo, genius, pixelview, capture, mpeg Find last version of FlyDS
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