Television on the PC

Analog video decoding as a function in the PC first emerged from a market need for dedicated tools and hardware supporting high-end PC-based video capture and editing applications. Since then, analog video decoder use in the PC has evolved into three distinct segments: video capture and editing solutions, video teleconferencing kits and PC television receiver cards. It is this latter category of television on the PC that has emerged as the primary and dominant segment.

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