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Old 05-02-2014, 11:56 PM   #1
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Default A cheap card with HD output for Edius 7?

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I'd like to know if there is a cheap card with HD output (budget around $100). I need the HD output only to see video from Edius 7 timeline to TV.
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Old 05-03-2014, 12:13 AM   #2
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Black Magic Mini Monitor is the cheapest card, gives you HDMI and SDI up to 1080i60
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Black Magic Mini Monitor is the cheapest card, gives you HDMI and SDI up to 1080i60
Thanks for your suggestions but I make PAL editing and I need a 1080i50, I think.
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If all you need is play out in NTSC or PAL look at this:
http://www.sharbor.com/products/BMDN5010057.html
If you need capture and play out but only in 8bit look at this:
http://www.sharbor.com/products/BMDN5010011.html
It goes up from there. You could look on Ebay, if you can get shipping there, you might be able to save some money.
These are just price examples.
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Thanks for your suggestions but I make PAL editing and I need a 1080i50, I think.
It does 1080i50, I just put up to 1080i60 as it goes up as far as that. Check out the tech specs on the BM website

http://www.blackmagicdesign.com/prod...echspecs#35423
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It does 1080i50, I just put up to 1080i60 as it goes up as far as that. Check out the tech specs on the BM website

http://www.blackmagicdesign.com/prod...echspecs#35423
Ok, but I have read it works with 10-bit, will it work with 8-bit too?
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8 and 10bit.
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8 and 10bit.
A last question please: is it possible to install it on every motherboard?
If I make 4K projects is it impossible to get video on TV? Is there some trick?
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Do you have a 4k monitor or TV?
If you do you will need a 4k card to export 4k. This is the cheapest
4k card I can find:
http://www.sharbor.com/products/BMDN5010062.html
If you are talking about working in 4k and viewing in 1080, the mini monitor and Pro can do that.
But how easy it is for you to work with 4k files will depend on your system.
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As Adam is saying, the Mini will cover all standard frame rates, PAL, NTSC and film.

As for 4K. If you don't have a 4K monitor, you can still use this card with your project set to HD and view externally to a HD monitor. Then switch back to 4K to render out your master. If you have a 4K monitor and want to do end to end 4K, then check out Jerry's suggestion.
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