Driver Version: 3.7.931

Release Date: December 13th, 2012


Videum DirectShow Driver 3.7 is required for all Videum Xpress cards with audio features manufactured after December 2012.
Please contact if an earlier driver version must be used with new cards.
Affected products are: Videum 4100 Xpress / Videum 4400 AV Xpress / Videum Duo Xpress / Videum Quattro Xpress

Windows 8

Videum DirectShow Driver 3.7 may be installed on Windows 8, but has not been fully tested in this environment.
Videum Directshow Driver 3.7 is a beta driver for Windows 8:
– Beta drivers are believed to contain defects and a primary purpose is to obtain feedback on software performance and the identification of defects.
– It is advised to safeguard important data, to use caution and not to rely in any way on the correct functioning or performance of the drivers and/or accompanying materials.

Supported Operating Systems

– Windows XP (x86)
– Windows XP (x64)
– Windows Server 2003 R2 (x86)
– Windows Server 2003 R2 (x64)
– Windows Vista (x86)
– Windows Vista (x64)
– Windows Server 2008 (x86)
– Windows Server 2008 (x64)
– Windows Server 2008 R2 (x64)
– Windows 7 (x86)
– Windows 7 (x64)

Supported Hardware

– Videum 004
– Videum 0016 (only x86 OS)
– Videum 4100
– Videum 4400 VO
– Videum 4400 AV
– Videum Duo
– Videum Quattro
– Videum 4100 Xpress
– Videum 4400 VO Xpress
– Videum 4400 AV Xpress
– Videum Duo Xpress
– Videum Quattro Xpress

Known Issues & Limitations

– Some Doctor Videum features do not work on x64 systems
– Windows 7 audio sliders do not control hardware levels, use the Videum Audio Control Panel
– Digital IO control does not work with 2 boards in the same system


– Support Videum Xpress cards manufactured after December 2012
– Windows 8 install
– Performance counters


– First video frame captured was corrupted
– Delay before first video frame captured
– PAL 704×576 resolution problems
– Frame drops
– Driver reinstall problem (x64 OS)
– Proc amp control settings change issue (Video Control Panel)
– DirectShow audio renderer on Server 2003 cannot be used (unless it is the default)
– Mixer controls do not persist across re-boot
– AVStream DMA issues on XP
– Problems when setting the video standard
– Cloning failures
– Video controls persistence issues across re-boot
– Memory allocation failures in registry
– Audio name mangling on Vista
– Frame drops
– Serialization problems in counters
– Trust path driver signing issue
– A/V synchronization issue
– Problems when specifying an install directory
– Vertically flipped video when using RGB format with some renderers
– Potential conflicts during install on x64
– Potential EEPROM reading issue in multiple board configurations
– Slow frame rate after resume from sleep
– Audio out amp enable power persistence for V4100 AV audio out
– Bad chroma offset
– Manual chroma/luma gain settings are ignored
– 2-field cropping issue
– Potential memory leaks
– Potential processor loop issues
– Various BSOD\’s