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Capture Professional 3G HD All the Time with the Osprey 825e Card from ViewCast

New Low-Profile, High-Performing Osprey® Card Can Fit Anywhere

PLANO, Texas, Jan. 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The ViewCast Corporation (OTCBB: VCST) today announced the availability of the Osprey® 825e video capture card, the latest high-definition (HD) card in the award-winning Osprey line. Perfect for inputting up to 3G HD-SDI signals, this low-profile, PCI Express® (PCIe) card is compatible with small form-factor computers.

Flexible Dual Streaming for Up to 3G HD Output

The Osprey 825e has two independent 3G HD-SDI inputs, both ingesting true 3G input (SMPTE 424). With PCIe x4 connectivity, the Osprey 825e provides more video throughput for current and future HD needs.

"The Osprey 825e is another great addition to our Osprey line. This high-performing card can continuously input up to 3G HD, and at half-height it can fit anywhere," said John Hammock, President and CEO of ViewCast, a developer of industry-leading solutions that enable companies to capture and deliver video to broadband and mobile networks. "Our Osprey products continue to provide the reliability and performance our customers are used to."

Equipped with Professional Pre-Processing Features

The capture card comes standard with SimulStream® technology and carries the ViewCast and Osprey tradition of the highest audio and video quality. Along with more modes and pre-processing features, the Osprey 825e also has automatic HD-SD input detection and switching. The Osprey 825e, like the Osprey 845e, suits a wide range of applications in broadcasting, enterprise, education, government and global OEM systems integration.

Built with the same reliable Osprey drivers, this PCIe card has drivers for Microsoft® Windows®. A Linux operating system driver will be available through the open source community in early 2013.

For more information on the latest Osprey products, please visit: www.viewcast.com

About ViewCast

ViewCast enables anyone to deliver video whenever, wherever. With more than 400,000 Osprey® video capture cards and thousands of Niagara® streaming systems deployed globally, ViewCast is at the forefront of the video industry.

ViewCast (www.viewcast.com) is headquartered in Plano, Texas, USA, with sales and distribution channels located globally.

ViewCast, Niagara SCX, Osprey, SimulStream, and Niagara are trademarks or registered trademarks of ViewCast Corporation or its subsidiaries. All other products are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

ViewCast Contact:

Mike Galli

Vice President of Marketing

Tel: +1 (972) 488-7200

E-mail: [email protected] 

PR Agency Contact:

Cathy Goerz

Stearns Johnson

Tel: +1 (415) 397-7600

E-mail: [email protected] 

Investor Contact:

Matt Clawson

Allen & Caron

Tel: +1 (949) 474-4300

E-mail: [email protected]

SOURCE ViewCast Corporation

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