Yes, I have the latest driver available from their site.
If you're using a Core i7 processor, one of the problems might be with the motherboard. There's only one Intel board that BM has approved (sorry, don't have the model in front of me -- on a piece of scratch paper in my wife's car).
I'm looking to build a new system myself and have been looking at the Intensity Pro card as well. The main feature I'm looking for is real-time preview and program output to an HD monitor that I'd hook up via HDMI. I probably also would use it to capture analog sources for audio and video. I don't have any interest in BM's lossless data capture as it creates monster-sized files. That's why I was also planning to add Cineform once it's fully approved and working for CS4. However, as best as I can tell, the Intensity Pro card doesn't recognize the Cineform codec on the timeline. Does anyone know if and how well these two will function together within Premiere? (I'm also assuming that the new 4.1 release might make these types of Premiere add-ons work better.)
chuck3star, i use the Intensity card to view my timeline on an external monitor.
You must use a Blackmagic Design preset for the timeline to have the ability to view any output. If you only open a Adobe DV timeline all you get is black output. Its also worth to go to Windows Control Panel and look for the Intensity icon, and make sure that the Output is set to HDMI. And of course, make sure to connect the HDMI cable to the correct port on the card. The twos are not identical, one is for output only and one is for input only.
you need last drivers of black magic 3.2 .
update de premiere CS4 to 4.01
adjust open gl video card to CS4
adjust the output of black magic to hdmi and component
windows vista sp1
last direct in microsoft 10X
the minimun core 2 duo 2.6 o quad
i hope resolve your problem
The problem has been figured out. Blackmagic Intensity Pro is not compatible with the Asus P6T series of motherboards, and from Blackmagic's response, there is no fix for this problem. Buyer beware!
Lucky I read this, I was considering one of these cards..
I havent tested it yet, but in the sequence setttings in PPro CS4 you can just choose to send the video to a second display. So if you have a dual monitor setup then you should just be able to send it out to the second monitor full screen.
Hi there.iam using intensity pro with p6t asus and cs4 with no problems.I can see hd throw hdmi and sd throw rgb.
If you're having problems, perhaps the BMD card is defective. If Adobe works fine by itself and you've installed the correct drivers, you see the BMD sequence settings in Premiere Pro, you might call BMD tech support to see if they can confirm that you have a problem related to them or not. They're usually pretty helpful.