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Old 03-16-2015, 06:16 PM   #1
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Default EDIUS NX Series (PCI/PCI-X)

Hello,

Sorry, I haven't been on this board for such a long time. Anyway, I have the original EDIUS NX Series (PCI/PCI-X) running on Windows XP which I haven't used in years.

My questions are.

1. Will the EDIUS NX Series (PCI/PCI-X) w/ Expansion Kit work with Windows7 64bit?

2. Is there any newer drive that I need for the NX hardware?

3. Will it work with the newer version of Edius? (I still have v.4)


Thank in Advance.


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Old 03-17-2015, 12:46 AM   #2
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yes, the NX will work fine with Win7/64 and EDIUS 7, however there are hardly any mobo left with PCI and PCIX slots

no need for drivers, because the EDIUS7 installer contains the hardware drivers for all GV hardware
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Old 03-17-2015, 12:55 AM   #3
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Hi Ray.

You may be best off downloading the trial of 7 and giving it a test. I use an old PCI HDBX1000 system which was meant to have lost support a while back, and I don't think it's mentioned as a current compatible card. But if works perfectly with Edius Elite and Pro version 7.

This post my be of use for a modern MB with PCI.

http://forum.grassvalley.com/forum/s...ad.php?t=34088

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Old 03-17-2015, 04:19 AM   #4
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I still have my NX in a WinXP Pro workstation with Edius 5.51

The advantage with 5.51 is that it is the last version of Edius that works well with Imaginate 2.0X and ProCoder, in terms of direct plug-ins.

Above 5.51, that capability is lost.
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I still have my NX in a WinXP Pro workstation with Edius 5.51

The advantage with 5.51 is that it is the last version of Edius (7.42) that works well with Imaginate 2.0X and ProCoder, in terms of direct plug-ins.

Above 5.51, that capability is lost.
Indeed a great use for the NX card with either the latest version of Edius (7.42) in a 64bit environment or 5.51 and imaginate (Which I keep handy on a swappable SSD).

I still think that the NX was Canopus best hardware card to date (best bang for buck) with close second SP.

It's a very robust card with fantastic stability in either XP or Win7 Being it 32 or 64bit, in my book still worth it to invest in to a newer motherboard even when using a PCI-X version......
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