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ckruetze wrote:The generation 2 on the 4K Extreme is interesting, whatever generation means in this context.
Jonas Hummelstrand wrote:ckruetze wrote:The generation 2 on the 4K Extreme is interesting, whatever generation means in this context.
Perhaps this explains it? http://lifehacker.com/5990542/how-pci-c ... otherboard
Jonas Hummelstrand wrote:I'd love to have that list a bit more detailed with common data such as "PCI-e, 1st Gen, 16x" and similar.
didikunz wrote:The UltraStudio 3D has two ins and outs and looks like an external version of the HD Extreme 3D.
Jonas Hummelstrand wrote:didikunz wrote:The UltraStudio 3D has two ins and outs and looks like an external version of the HD Extreme 3D.
I'm a bit confused, do all these cards:
...have two devices? Can they all output and/or input two channels simultaneously?
- UltraStudio 3D
- DeckLink HD Extreme 3D
- DeckLink 4K Extreme
ckruetze wrote:The DeckLink 4K Extreme for example supports "SMPTE 259M, SMPTE 292M, SMPTE 372M, ITU-R BT.656 and ITU-R BT.601." But the DeckLink SDI only supports "SMPTE 259M and 292M."
Does CasparCG support SMPTE 372M or is that too much?
DeckLink Studio includes SD/HD-SDI, HDMI, SD/HD component, composite, s-video, 4 ch balanced analog audio, 2 ch AES/EBU switchable to 6 ch out, black burst and tri-sync reference input, RS-422 deck control connections, keying in SD and a hardware down converter.
maz wrote:I do however have the Kona3 Aja video card.
has anyone used this card to operate the CASPARCG application?
maz wrote:thanks for the reply
About Desktop Video Software
This software includes everything you need to set up your DeckLink, Multibridge, UltraStudio Pro, Intensity cards and H.264 Pro Recorder for any task in your facility.
What's new in Desktop Video 9.7.2
• 6Gb SDI support for UltraStudio 4K and DeckLink 4K Extreme
Minimum system requirements for Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 8 and Windows Server 2008
UltraStudio Series, Intensity Shuttle Thunderbolt and Intensity Extreme
• Microsoft Windows 7 64-bit
• Microsoft Windows 8
• Microsoft Windows Server 2008
• Thunderbolt Motherboard or Notebook
• 4 GB of system memory
TheYouth wrote:Will be there Support for the AJA IO XT ?
I´m thinking about a mobile unit: Macbook Pro with Windows 7 via Bootcamp and an dual output HD-SDI Hardware. (for key+fill) Any other ideas? Macbook Pro has 1x Thunderbolt + 2x USB3.0 (didn´t want to use them) + FW800
Jonas Hummelstrand wrote:There are currently no Thunderbolt cards that support fully synchronized fill + key output for HD, but I thought I heard that the $995 Blackmagic Design UltraStudio 4K was coming to Windows. THe product page says "work with any Mac OS X and Windows video software" but the tech specs says "OS X only."
TheYouth wrote:Anyone tested the delay between two Ultrastudio SDI (with USB 3.0)? (thinking again for key+fill)
iTech wrote:Jonas, is it possible to make the column headings have a fixed position so when you're scrolling you still know what column you're looking at?
The DeckLink Duo has the ability to output two channels but according to the chart they will not be in sync. Why is this? I can understand that two seperate cards will not be in sync but if it is the same card then what is it that the 4K extreme has that the Duo does not have?
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