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Black Magic Intensity Pro does same thing. It has an HDMI in and out, plus component out, and outer analog ins and outs. I monitor CS3 projects on a 1080i HDTV while using dual monitor for CS3. You can turn off the program monitor panel if you want, or switch to scopes.
SD monitoring out is possible, but unless you are having it upsampled someway, it will look crappy. I never use this setup to show clients work because it looks so bad. I use my SD monitor for SD work.
One thing I hate about Blackmagic is their utter lack of documentation of how their card and software works. The manual is universally panned by all who use it.
Melvin, pleased to know that the Intensity Pro can monitor from the timeline, but can you (or anyone else) tell me how you did it!?
I have sound coming out of my TV, but no video...
Also, when starting a new project, the Blackmagic setting folders are there, but they don't contain the files needed - ?
I have all the latest updates and codecs from Blackmagic and Adobe...
I completely agree with you, the small amount of documentation supplied is terrible!
What about the GTS 8800 512 mem card? Is that one any good for editing. It's a Nvidia chipset.
I am using Samsung 22" LCD monitor.
Attractive price and super performance at that price tag. Doesn't give you HD out from PP though.
So only certain video cards produce HD output from Premiere CS3?