VIDEUM DIRECTSHOW DRIVER 3.7 RELEASE NOTES

 

Driver Version: 3.7.931

Release Date: December 13th, 2012

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Videum DirectShow Driver 3.7 is required for all Videum Xpress cards with audio features manufactured after December 2012.
Please contact support@winnov.com 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

New

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

Fixes

– 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