I have a blackmagic design decklink SDI card. Works ok with Premiere, but I don't see any way to output a signal from speedgrade. (There's an SDI out option if I have a specific nVidia quadro sdi card, but I don't have that and I'm not going to buy it just so I can use speedgrade.)
Kind of hard to grade without a proper SDI output to a calibrated monitor... Am I missing something or is this feature just not part of speedgrade?
I'm currently deciding between configuring a Speedgrade and DaVinci Resolve system. I was hoping that Speedgrade would work with my Kona 3 card. As the Davinci requires buying the decklink card as well as two graphcis cards.
I realize that a Quadro 4000 will speed performance up. Wondering if the Quadro 4000 can be configured to do SDI out through by adapting the displayport output?
Would be great if the Adobe Speedgrade web page made the SDI monitoring workflow more clear. So far working through the trial,it looks like great software.
I am using speedgrade on os x (10.7.2) and have set my decklink card to "display extended desktop".
This enables sdi output from speedgrade, although i am experiencing tearing.
The blackmagic driver i use is 9.5.
10.7.4 and Blackmagic Decklink Studio 2
I'm unable to get a picture out of Speedgrade. I need also the analog output on my Decklink for a Class A Monitor. So far it's a little disillusioning.
I have a Matrox MXO2 mini and a Blackmagic Intensity Shuttle for USB 3.0. It is very frustrating not to get a signal out of them for color grading. This is what I ultimately bought them for and used them in AE CS5.5 (MB Looks, Color Finesse). Please, Adobe, add support for further I/O cards in Speedgrade.
030Mike: "I am using speedgrade on os x (10.7.2) and have set my decklink card to "display extended desktop"."
Where are you seeing the option for Extended Desktop? I have the 9.5 driver too and I'm not seeing that option in my BM System Preferences.
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