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Old 06-12-2012, 12:28 AM   #1
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Hello,

I am an NX owner. I was wondering if there are any other hardware cards made by Grass Valley that work with Edius 6 and offer component input ?
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Old 06-12-2012, 05:32 AM   #2
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Hello,

I am an NX owner. I was wondering if there are any other hardware cards made by Grass Valley that work with Edius 6 and offer component input ?
yes, Storm Mobile (cheap)
http://www.grassvalley.com/products/storm_mobile

or Storm Elite ($5,000+)
http://www.grassvalley.com/products/storm_3g_elite
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Have you seen Storm Mobile offered as an upgrade version : eg. Edius 6.07 to 6.5? I can only find it with the full Edius 6.5 .
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No not as an upgrade... but is is available in some parts as hardware only option.

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Storm Mobile looks like a nice product for mobile use and will be the only game in town for component output once they trash bin the NX card. Too bad laptops do not use the Expresscard interface very much any more.

I do not care for all of the connections in the front of the box for desktop use. Cables would be in the way if mounted in the drive bay or if used as the breakout box on your desk. Glad Edius 6.5 still uses the NX!
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Storm Mobile looks like a nice product for mobile use and will be the only game in town for component output once they trash bin the NX card. Too bad laptops do not use the Expresscard interface very much any more.

I do not care for all of the connections in the front of the box for desktop use. Cables would be in the way if mounted in the drive bay or if used as the breakout box on your desk. Glad Edius 6.5 still uses the NX!
If the edius release history repeats itself (Version 5.5 released April 2010 - this was a free version for anyone who already had 5.0 - Version 6.0 released December 2010) it would mean that official support for NX (if it does end with Version 7.0) will occur by this time next summer or possibly winter-spring 2013.

Have you considered HD Spark and one of the numerous HDMI - component converters on the market - would cost about $ 350 compared with the Storm Mobile and the converters are such small boxes they could be hidden behind the computer?
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That is probably the route to go if the converters are good enough for a seemless conversion. But that is a year away and who knows, GV might support Blackmagic output by then.
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Storm Mobile looks like a nice product for mobile use and will be the only game in town for component output once they trash bin the NX card. Too bad laptops do not use the Expresscard interface very much any more.
It can be used for desktop and laptop

in desktop, you need a spare PCIe slot, this PCIe card is then connected to the breakout box

you can also do nice component via Storm3G SDI to Blackmagic SDI Broadcast Converter - $995

Broadcast Converter combines most mini converters features into a 1 rack unit chassis that allows bi-directional conversion. Convert SDI to analog/HDMI while at the same time converting analog to HDMI to SDI. Broadcast Converter is a complete solution for connecting analog decks such as Betacam SP to SDI based systems in a compact rack mount design.

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Blackmagic Mini Converter Analog to SDI - $295

Perfect for converting from analog HD/SD component, NTSC, PAL or S-Video to SDI out with balanced jack AES/EBU and analog audio embedding. Now you can convert analog devices such as Betacam SP, VHS, set top boxes, gaming consoles and HDV cameras to incredible quality SD/HD-SDI video.
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