maybe this is interesting: if I shuttle (playback in 2x speed or more) it does NOT
Which graphic card you are using for Premier Pro CS5?.
Check your graphic card driver.
Check your Blackmagic Decklink 3D Extreme driver too.
Blackmagic Decklink have some issues with Adobe CS5, Update the drivers.
You can do one thing more that you can low res you playback.(New Feature of CS5)
May be you will able to do work now.
Thanks for the fast answer!
I think I found the problem: When I checked the box "turn off dropped frame warning" on the blackmagic playback settings the problem dissapeared!
(Just strange that I never saw any warning, the playback just stopped...)
I updated the grafic card driver - I use a Geforce GTX 470
and I updated the Decklink driver from 7.7.2. to 7.7.3 too
that didnt help, but sure wasn't such a bad idea to do! Thanks!
out of curiosity: where can I change the resolution on my playback?
Many thanks and have a great weekend!!
Do you get Mercury Playback Engine option with Geforce GTX 470.
I think no.
If you use Qudro FX GTX 285. Qudro FX 4800 or Qudro FX 5800 you may get more than five layers real time performance with effect.
If you use Qudro FX 5800 you can get 9 layer HD real time.
Yes, using my GTX with CUDA is no problem like this - works great!!...
But I cannot change the playback resolution - it always goes back to the previous setting... ?
is this because I have a Blackmagic Project and Card installed?
I'm having a similar issue with my Blackmagic Decklink card in PPro CS5. I have checked the "Turn Off Dropped Frame Warning" and the video does play continously, but now lags behind/plays slowly compared to the audio, did you ever have this problem? also did you get an answer with regards to being able to change the resolution?
sorry but I did not get any response nor solution for this...