The CM313B is a Mini PCIe HW encode video capture card which supports a single 3G-SDI input providing a nominal 2.970 Gbit/s interface for applications requiring HD 1080p video resolution. The CM313B enables professionals to capture SD, HD, or 3G-SDI video footage in real-time 3G-SDI Video Input. Designed with 3G-SDI standards (SMPTE 424M), the CM313B offers uncompressed, H.264 digital video signal transmission, including embedded audio and supports input resolution up to 1920 x 1080 60fps. The SDI standard provides a nominal 2.970 Gbit/s interface specifically suited for applications such as in-vehicle, broadcasting, and surveillance. CM313B Mini PCIe video capture card supports real time mega pixel video images from any standard 3G-SDI onto a computer. , enabling professionals real-time streaming, video production and post production of live uncompressed 8-bit SDI SD-, HD- and 3G-SDI capturing up to 1920 x 1080. Featuring dual data output formats, the CM313B can simultaneously uncompressed raw data and compress H.264 H/W TS maintaining a low CPU loading. The CM313B is a complete analog capturing solution supporting features to meet professional applications, available with a flexible SDK for easy and seamless integration. The CM313B provides robust support for high-quality capture and playback of multimedia streams on Microsoft Windows & Linux platforms. The extensive list of supported third-party software, based on the DirectShow & V4L2 architecture, incorporates greater flexibility into an already solid digital capture solution. As the leading expert of frame grabber solutions worldwide, AVerMedia now offers Linux driver and OpenCV integration to support C353/CM313B/C351/C039P on NVIDIA TK1/TX1 platforms. The benefit of using AVerMedia C353/CM313B/C351/C039P on NVIDIA TK1/TX1 platforms is to enable the application developers to acquire video feeds from many other kinds of cameras and/or video devices through HDMI, VGA, SDI, and Composite video interfaces, which are very much suitable for the applications of robotics, UAV (i.e. drone), medical image, UGV, surveillance, AOI, and in-vehicle.