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  • Zorro
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    Thank you, Kenneally!

    Afaik the M1 used the Sony DVBK1 codec board? A very expensive piece of third party hardware other companies also had to use at the time (Fast, MacroSystem).

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  • GrassValley_KH
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    Boards with the (same quality) DV chip:

    - DVStorm series (all of them)
    - DVRex RT hardware option (giving way to DVRex RT and DVRex RT Professional)
    - DVRaptor RT2 series (older DVRaptor and DVRaptor RT not included)
    - EDIUS DVX/DVStorm XA Plus
    - EDIUS NX series
    - EDIUS SP series

    All other boards use the CPU for SD DV stream output

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  • T-Bone
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    Originally posted by Zorro View Post
    the reason why customers here still use video editing hardware instead of OHCI is the possibility to preview the material on a video monitor without a time lag. 100% responsiveness.
    exactly, plus with NX etc. it's full frame, full resolution, YUV, and all of this is a huge benefit over OHCI

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  • Zorro
    started a topic Which boards have a hardware DV codec?

    Which boards have a hardware DV codec?

    Referring to the thread about DV codec quality: which Canopus boards had (have) a hardware DV codec on board? And has this hardware codec been improved over the years? Eg is there a difference between a RexRT and a DVX? TIA.

    P.S.: the reason why customers here still use video editing hardware instead of OHCI is the possibility to preview the material on a video monitor without a time lag. 100% responsiveness.
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