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  • HDcam via Card SP-SDI

    With the SP-SDI card, is it possible to capture a 4:2:2 signal from a HDCAM
    If yes, via SDI or components?

    Marc
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  • #2
    no, you can't.... SP SDI has ONLY SD inputs from both SDI and component...
    I think that the only solution from GV is the full HD turnkey system....
    Aristotelis Bafaloukos
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    • #3
      Or HDTHUNDER, which ships later this year - it will accept HD SDI.

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      • #4
        OK, thanks Aristotelis and KH.

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        • #5
          Not sure - I haven't got any detailed information yet.

          It doesn't have an onboard HQ chip, though, which means it's less likely to be bound to one particular format over others.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by GrassValley_KH View Post
            Not sure - I haven't got any detailed information yet.

            It doesn't have an onboard HQ chip, though, which means it's less likely to be bound to one particular format over others.
            Have they changed their minds on a BOB yet. Not having, at least a break out cable, limits the I/O for a potentially decent card. Being able to capture to multiple codecs or compressed would be a plus as well. I did read that it is HDMI output only and HD/SD SDI I/O.
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            • #7
              Use the Pegasus-Card with the AJA Converter HI5. I used it. It was fine. I have captured DVDPCRO via SDI. You can capture up to 1920 x 1080/50i in 4:2:2

              Regards,

              I.

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