My understanding is that the trial version has no limitations.
Do you only see the AdobeDV as an output option, or not even that?
BMIP released a new driver a few days ago - to support the 6.01 patch. Have you installed it?
The new Mercury Transmit plug-ins from Blackmagic and other hardware partners are selected in a different way than the previous player plug-ins from CS5.5 and earlier. To turn on transmit, go to the Preferences, in the Playback area. There, if the plug-ins for your third-party hardware are installed correctly, you'll see options for the Audio Device and Video Device. Once you select the third-party hardware there, it can be used across sequences and projects. If the transmit plug-in provides a setup dialog for additional options, you'll see a small setup option on the right side of the Video Device option.
And of course, make sure that you have applied the latest CS6 updates, and are using the latest installer from Blackmagic for CS6.
Ok got it working. Thank you for the help. First I was running CS6.0 updated to 6.0.1 then had to erase and reinstall BM drivers. After that it worked like a charm.. Thanks everyone...
Still not working for me... May have something to do with my installed location being something else than the default, which I never do?
The BM card does show in some of the areas.. I can setup the audio and default player to be the intenisity pro, eventho the monitor stays black. I cannot select the intensity in the video device window.. I do have the 6.01 update, and I do have the BM 9.5.2 driver
I'm seeing the same issue as Nik. Preference/Playback shows the Blackmagic card as an option, but when selected does nothing. Actually it cause my tv to which the card is connected to flash the image from the viewer onscreen. The card is not selectable as default.
I have updated everything. Uninstalled the drivers to the card and reinstalled and rebooted after the Premier update. Maybe there is still a problem on the blackmagic driver end.
Not quite the same.. I was not able to select the card in the playback window. Only in the default player, but I found out that inside the "blackmagic deskop video" folder C:/program Files x86)/Blackmagic Design
There are premiere support files which did not carry over to my installed premiere pro.. After copying the content to the approrpiate locations I managed to get it working.
have now got all installed and running, but my intensity card is showing 4:3 instead of 16:9?
it's working perfectly in vegas.
where are the settings for aspect ratio display in ppro?
I have a Blackmagic Decklink Extreme HD Card. Copied All Files from Blackmagic Installation folder (in C to appropriate folders in Premiere install folder and everything Started worked fine. Looks like a installation bug by Blackmagic.
I'm using a thunderbolt intensity extreme on a MBP 13 I5 with 8g of memory ans SSDs drives.
I follow your advice, updated to 6.01, reinstall the last drivers, and follow the Blackmagic guideline, set preferencies as you adviced..
The monitoring is very lagy, the sounds is great. I try every option with the timeline settings (blackmagic settings), trying with HDV footage, DSLR footage.. It always lags a lot. Not only on my external monitor but also in the premiere monitor.
My footage have a yellow bar in the timeline.
Note: it works great with CS5.5
My card works great with MC6 ans FCP7.
Any ideas ? Thnaks a lot !
Thanks I got it now.
Hi Karim73, this thread is specifically about the installation issue Javier reported in the beginning. For separate issues, you can open up a new thread, but in particular for your issue, I would recommend you get in touch with Blackmagic Design support.