What is blackmagic intensity?

What is blackmagic intensity?

Intensity Extreme from Blackmagic Design is a 10-bit editing solution that leverages the blazing-fast speed of a Mac’s Thunderbolt connection to provide capture and playback of standard- and high-definition video via analog and HDMI connections.

What is Intensity Pro 4K?

Intensity Pro 4K is a PCIe card for Mac, Windows, and Linux computers. It includes the easy to use Media Express software for Mac, Windows and Linux, along with DaVinci Resolve for Mac and Windows.

What does Intensity Shuttle do?

Intensity Shuttle offers the flexibility of working with compressed and uncompressed video in standard definition PAL/NTSC up to full 1080p HD video. Blackmagic Design’s Media Express software is included for a complete capture and playback solution without the need for any additional software.

What Is Design Intensity?

Show More. The Blackmagic Design Intensity Shuttle for USB 3.0 is a 10-bit HD/SD video capture/playback device that supports USB 3.0 and allows you to capture 10-bit HDMI or analog video directly from a camera onto your computer for professional editing or mere playback.

What does an intensity shuttle do?

What is intensity pro 4K Desktop Video SDK?

Intensity Pro 4K includes Blackmagic Design’s Desktop Video SDK free of charge for Mac, Windows and Linux. The Desktop Video SDK provides both low level control of hardware and high level interfaces which allow you to easily perform common tasks.

What is Media Composer and intensity pro 4K?

With Media Composer and Intensity Pro 4K you can plug in an HD or Ultra HD television and playback your project, with realtime effects, on a true widescreen TV! Intensity Pro 4K can capture fully uncompressed HD files, ProRes on Mac, or even JPEG AVI files on Windows for real time editing with Premiere Pro.

What are the system requirements for PCI Express on a Mac?

Loaded at system start or via updater software. PCI Express 4 lane, compatible with 4, 8 and 16 lane PCI Express slots on Mac OS, Windows and Linux. Mac OS systems require a Mac Pro computer with PCI Express slots. Please check the Support pages to see the full system requirements.