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Blackmagic Desktop Video 12.0 Released

Blackmagic Design has just released an updated version of their suite of desktop video drivers for several of their hardware solutions to output proper video signals. Blackmagic Desktop Video 12.0 is available for download free of charge. To be able to output a legal video signal from your computer, you will most likely need some kind of external hardware that supports correct 10bit Rec.709 video signals @50Hz. Blackmagic, of course, has a whole range of solutions on offer that can do just that (and more): Their Ultrastudio line of I/O devices, for example. The latest Blackmagic Desktop Video 12.0 finally supports the latest M1-powered Macs and offers compatibility with many different hardware devices and applications. Decklink series of I/O cards. Image credit: Blackmagic Design Blackmagic Desktop Video 12.0 Blackmagic Desktop Video 12.0 supports DeckLink, UltraStudio and Intensity products on Windows, Linux and Mac platforms. However, there are some limitations under MacOS 11.0 Big Sur. The following list gives a detailed overview of which models the M1 Macs work with and which ones only work with Intel-powered Macs for now: M1 and Intel Macs: DeckLink Duo 2 / Quad 2 / Quad HDMI Recorder Decklink 8K Pro / 4K Pro / 4K Extreme / 4K Extreme 12GDeckLink Micro Recorder / SDI MicroDeckLink Mini Monitor 4K / Mini Recorder / Mini Recorder 4KDeckLink SDI 4K / Studio 4KUltraStudio Recorder 3G / Monitor 3GUltraStudio HD Mini / 4K / 4K Extreme / 4K Mini/ 4K Extreme 3Intensity Pro 4K Intel Macs only: DeckLink...

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Published By: CineD - Friday, 22 January

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