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Old 08-30-2015, 11:36 PM   #1
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I'm going to capture some old hi8. I choose to use the analog S-video output from my camera. I'm considering the intensity shuttle (my onboard usb 3 chip is an asmedia and seem to compatible the BMD box) using the S-video input. I would like to know if is possible to to capture the tape with an uncompressed format at 10 bit 4:2:2. From what I read this possibility is limited to HDMI. Can someone tell me if I can capture my analog signal in a 10 bit 4:2:2 format (space is not a problem)?

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Old 08-31-2015, 01:06 AM   #2
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It is possible here with the Matrox MXO2 so I can't see a reason why it should not allow you to choose 4:2:2 10 bit uncompressed
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Old 08-31-2015, 01:16 AM   #3
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It sounds as if you haven't purchased the Shuttle yet. You will need either a USB 3.0 driver by a Renasas chipset or an Intel chipset on certain motherboards. From what I can tell, most Asrock Intel motherboards with the Intel USB 3.0 chipset work with the Shuttle. A couple of Gigabyte boards work as well.
You can always buy a USB 3.0 add on card that has a Renasas chipset if you can't get it to work with your onboard USB 3.0 chipsets.
I have tried the Asmedia ports and I get nothing with the shuttle.

You will need to make a specific device preset for your capture quality.
I just did a capture with my Shuttle to HQX 720x486 10bit and it worked fine.
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Old 09-07-2015, 07:51 PM   #4
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Hi,

yes I'm still in the choice stage (I'm read many about TBC and that scary me). My usb 3.0 are on an asmedia chipset but I read that they work and I hope so because on resolve davinci 11 manual for the DIY motherboard they use the mine P9X79E-WS.

I want avoid Matrox because unffocial rumors say that they will not update the drivers for Windows 10

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Old 09-07-2015, 07:56 PM   #5
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Where did you read that they work on Asmedia? That I'm curious about myself. What motherboard are you using?
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Some people have had success using Asmedia, but it's patchy and dependent on the Asmedia chipset, driver versions and what else is on the motherboard.

Personally if it was me I'd look at the Intensity Pro 4K. Yes it needs a PCI-e 4x or above slot and the connectors are round the back of the PC, but it will be much more reliable and also gives the ability to use it with 4K in the future and costs the same as the Shuttle.

If I read it right you are using the P9X79E-WS, any motherboard on their supported list usually only refers to internal cards not USB 3 devices. When using USB 3 devices on PC's they always recommend using a Renesas/NEC USB 3 controller or the newer Intel controllers
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I agree with Adam. Unless you have absolute proof that the Shuttle USB 3.0 version works on your exact motherboard, I would opt for the Intensity Pro 4k.
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I would opt for the Intensity Pro 4k.
as long as it is not used for analog capture :)
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as long as it is not used for analog capture :)
Amen! The legacy Intensity Pro was much better.
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Amen! The legacy Intensity Pro was much better.
I wonder if the new 10.5 driver fixes the issue yet?
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