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Old 07-21-2013, 08:10 PM   #1
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Default EDIUS 7 and ACEDVio card

It seems the EDIUS 7 thread is getting too long to slip in this simple question. Will EDIUS 7 work with the ACEDVio card? I assume it will, can't imagine why not, but I can't download the trial and try it because my current very mature system is not compatible with EDIUS 7.
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Old 07-22-2013, 05:14 PM   #2
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It should work as a standard OHCI-compliant 1394 card.
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Old 07-22-2013, 05:49 PM   #3
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I don't believe a "standard OHCI-compliant 1394 card" includes analog inputs. Will the analog inputs still work?
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The ACEDVio is essentially a 1394 card with an ADVC110 built onto it.
Unless you change the jumper settings, when a device is connected to the 4-pin port, the ADVC part is automatically disconnected.

So, with no 4-pin device connected, sending DV Record will engage analog output, and sending DV Play will engage analog input, just as it does with an ADVC110 on a standard 1394 interface.
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Thank you. On the RARE instances that I deal with analog input/output, the ACEDVio card is invaluable. I will plan to include it in my system upgrade.
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IIRC the ACEDVio is a universal (3.3v and 5v supported) PCI card, so it should install in any motherboard with PCI Conventional slots - 32-bit, 64-bit, or PCI-X.
You can check when you remove the board
Some illustrative line drawings:
http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/all...256CAD0075457F
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Great information! Really a lot of help. While I'm on a winning streak may I ask one more question? What type of card slot will I need for the Spark?

Think I just answered this one myself -- a PCI-e 1 slot.
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So, is this card still available, or compatable with Edius 7?......
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@Fred: Correct, PCI-e x1 slot (PCI Express x1)

@Alade: Still available? Perhaps in the channel, but not actively being produced AFAIK.
Compatibility-wise, it's an OHCI device. The analog-digital conversion part operates independent any drivers.
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A little further investigation suggests that modern mother boards are unlikely to have any PCI expansion slots. Seems like PCI is essentially dead. Only slots are PCI-e.
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