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maggan
This black friday 20% of at the local video store just made me wanna buy a new video capture card. Today I use Terratec Cinergy XS USB (or smthng) and it is really crappy and bad compression etc.

Thinking of going with blackmagic intensity shuttle thunderbolt or the h.264 pro recorder. The later more expensive but could be used in both windows and mac environmen (not linux?).

Do you use any of these or should I look for something completely different?

Thanx!
nerdware
I've only had good experiences with Blackmagic products. thumbs up
makers
Intensity Shuttle can also be used to send video from your computer into a video synth. But apparently it can not do in and out simultaneously.
evanh41
Black magic shuttle is crisp, but not as crisp as a dslr to a crt at 60fps.
maggan
I am pretty happy with the black magic intensity shuttle. But I should go for a test with the dslr also.
gzifcak
I like the Intensity Shuttle, 10 bits/channel component input, solid capture software, good compression options. It can be used as an output, but only bu software that supports it, not as an external display.

I haven't learned how to process the resulting capture to look as good as my CRT though. DSLR rescanning still gives me lots of aliasing, which isn't the look I'm going for.
Jasper
The Intensity Pro 4K (PCI-E card) seems to be the new joint.
Simultaneous I/O (ie you could feed clips into your system and capture the output) and upscales to 1080/60fps
$189

Bought one, will report back as to how well or not well it functions
trax
Jasper wrote:
The Intensity Pro 4K (PCI-E card) seems to be the new joint.
Simultaneous I/O (ie you could feed clips into your system and capture the output) and upscales to 1080/60fps
$189

Bought one, will report back as to how well or not well it functions


keep us posted!
PixelPeeper
I have a couple cards, Datapath, Blackmagic Quad pcie, Intensity extreme... but the one I really like is the little usb 3.0 magewell cards... plenty of options,

this one looks interesting for synthing

http://www.magewell.com/usb-capture-aio
vonkhades
evanh41 wrote:
Black magic shuttle is crisp, but not as crisp as a dslr to a crt at 60fps.


Question... what lenses you recommend (and any other recommendations) for capturing a CRT?

I guess its the same for vector rescanning?
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