4K is becoming a more popular video standard. At 4 times larger than FHD resolution, 4K video contains more then 8 million pixels to provide a more true-to-life viewing experience. This new revolution in resolution will bring new video quality capturing requirements; thus, the CE511-HN 4K capture card is designed to transmit astounding 4K lossless video data through its PCIe Gen2 x4 data bus. With a 3840 x 2160 ultra high video resolution, the CE511-HN can record even the smallest of details. The 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. HDMI 2.0 is more about bandwidth than a new resolution standard. Being able to provide more bandwidth is what enables HDMI 2.0 devices to transfer data at up to 18 Gbps, almost twice as much as the 10.2 Gbps possible with the previous standard HDMI 1.4. AVerMedia hardware-based video engine technology implements the most useful video processing functions, including scaling, de-interlacing, and color space conversion. This can significantly help you reduce the computing burden on software and hardware, which allows you to focus on other important parts of your application. AVerMedia SDK: industrial customers can develop vertical applications flexibly and efficiently by using a specifically designed SDK, with features such as device control, media capture, A/V processing, and more. NewTek™ NDI integration: NDI (Network Device Interface) can help build an efficient live video production IP workflow infrastructure over an Ethernet network. With AVerMedia NDI-ready products, users can produce, integrate, and manage multiple 4K streams on-the-fly.