The PiCapture products have been fully tested and are supported on the Raspberry Pi 3. Some users have reported success with Raspberry Pi “clones” and the Raspberry Pi 4, but these are not currently supported configurations.
One of our customers has created an excellent how-to guide for building an HDMI-based live streaming system that uses the PiCapture HD1 as the capture device. You can find photomatto’s guide here. Thanks photomatto for sharing this!
As a result of increases in component and manufacturing costs, prices for the PiCapture boards will be increasing by $10 effective immediately. For the month of February, customers may order at the previous price. This promotion applies to in-stock boards through February 28th.
Please use our support database if you have any questions about how to use PiCapture or are experiencing any problems. You can search the database for answers to your issues, or ask a new question. Responses to email questions may be delayed.
The PiVideo control software for the PiCapture series of video capture boards has been updated. The current version is 1.13, and it is available through the Python Package repository (PyPi). This version does not add new functionality, but solves a problem that some customers had with intermittent communication errors while the PiCapture was searching for
Lintest Systems is pleased to announce the PiCapture line of video capture products for the Raspberry Pi. PiCapture products fully emulate the Raspberry Pi camera, allowing capture of Standard or High Definition Video from a variety of sources. They are compatible with any Raspberry Pi with a 40-Pin GPIO Header. Raspivid, Raspicam, and PiCam
July 28, 2016