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  • istvan
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    Thanks ... Regards, I.

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  • vienna1944er
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    THX ....for the fast clarification, I have it ransfer to "istvan" the german member

    old, but not blind Hans ;-)

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  • GrassValley_KH
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    Hans - the EDIUS SP-SDI is not offered separately in all regions across the world, only in some.

    For those countries not selling it as components+software, it is only available within a turnkey system, or, you purchase the older PCI-X version (as components).

    Because it is not universally available outside a turnkey, it does not appear on the Web site. I hope this makes sense.

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  • vienna1944er
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    the EDIUS SP-SDI hardware uses 1 PCI Express slot and 1 32-bit PCI slot
    Dear Brandon ... about your hint and "google" outside from GV-Thomson in the .www >> I know the new PCIe Card
    http://broadcastengineering.com/hdtv...sional-editor/
    http://www.holdan.co.uk/grassvalley/edsp.htm
    http://syphaonline.com/SYPHAnewsitem...070208-02.html

    but inside from GV-Thomson ?? I am to old\blind\idiotic men to find SP-SDI on his correct place ??
    http://www.canopus.com/products/nlesystems.php
    http://www.canopus.com/products/EDIUSSPforHDV/index.php

    friendly asked greetings from europe\austria\vienna .... old\blind Hans ;-)

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  • GrassValley_BH
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    There is no EDIUS 5.0 yet...
    As for specifications, the EDIUS SP-SDI hardware uses 1 PCI Express slot and 1 32-bit PCI slot.
    The EDIUS SP hardware uses 1 64-bit PCI slot and 1 32-bit PCI slot.

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  • istvan
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    Hi,

    -------------------------
    "Getestet wurde mit den PCIe Varianten unserer Canopus Hardware: SP-SDI, NX PCIe, Pegasus und mit der DVX als 32 Bit Karte.

    Intel DG33FBC (Intel G33 Chipsatz)

    Asus P5K-V (Intel G33 Chipsatz)

    Asus P5K DELUXE WiFi-AP (Intel P35 Chipsatz)

    Asus P5K64 WS (Intel P35 Chipsatz) "
    -------------------------

    This quoting is from the german GV-forum. It is saying that all these MBs were tested with GV Hardware "SP-SDI, NX PCIe, Pegasus und DVX".

    In this case all these boards should be ok with the "normal" SP as well, isn´t it?

    Could it be correct? I think SP and SP-SDI should have the same hardware-requirements. I would choose one of these boards with a single Quad-Core CPU. (about 4 x 2,66 Ghz). Do you have any idea about the right one?

    Regards,

    I.

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  • antonsvideo
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    Originally posted by shueardm View Post
    Both true & untrue. They keep changing their minds for some reason.
    It can be ordered.
    cool, in that case, I may have an order for you

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  • shueardm
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    Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
    I thought so

    problem is that GV no longer sell these, so the Supermicro boards at this stage won't hold the new NX boards
    Both true & untrue. They keep changing their minds for some reason.
    It can be ordered.

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  • juhaheiskanen
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    just waiting for processor upgrade 2xdual intel -> 2xquad intel..
    I normally export film to m2t and then encode with TMPEnc or Adobe Flash..
    They like more powerfull processors.
    Just waiting GV to program Broadcast to full multiprocessor support (5.x)

    BR, Deepcore

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  • antonsvideo
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    Originally posted by pjsssss View Post
    Yes Anton, I have the PCIX board
    I thought so

    problem is that GV no longer sell these, so the Supermicro boards at this stage won't hold the new NX boards

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  • pjsssss
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    Yes Anton, I have the PCIX board

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  • antonsvideo
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    Originally posted by pjsssss View Post
    Check out the Intel MOBO in my signature. It works very well and there are a couple more of the same basic board that also work well.

    If what you get now works with present day Edius, then it will work with 5.0 when it comes out. I would say it is very possible that 5.0 will be out this year but I have not heard of any projected date at all. NAB in April is usually a good time to get news on future projections.
    Hi Pat

    where did you find the extra PCIe slot required for the NX extension board? or do you have the older type extension board that is no longer available?

    when I built the last BX, I was lucky to get an extension board with the PCI connector, this allowed me to use the supermicro board

    I wish supermicro would hurry up and bring out mobos with spare PCIe slots

    btw, the SP board will work perfect in Supermicro, it does not need PCIe, it uses PCIX and PCI and there are plenty PCIX slots

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  • istvan
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    @pjsssss:

    You have anyway an NX. Is your Equipment with Edius SP compatible as well?

    It would be a vital information for me.

    Edius 5.0: It would be pretty good to buy the SP already with the new version.

    Regards,

    Istvan

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  • GrassValley_BH
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    I don't like to make promises of the future until I can actually see it on the horizon.

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  • pjsssss
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    Check out the Intel MOBO in my signature. It works very well and there are a couple more of the same basic board that also work well.

    If what you get now works with present day Edius, then it will work with 5.0 when it comes out. I would say it is very possible that 5.0 will be out this year but I have not heard of any projected date at all. NAB in April is usually a good time to get news on future projections.

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