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New DeckLink HD Extreme has Dual Link 4:4:4/4:2:2 SDI, HDMI and analog connections in SD, HD and 2K! and Apple Mac OS X™ The new DeckLink HD Extreme is the world’s most advanced capture card! With a huge range of video and audio connections plus a hardware down converter, and Dual Link 4:4:4/4:2:2 3 Gb/s SDI, advanced editing systems for Microsoft Windows™ are now even more affordable! Connect to any Deck, Camera or Monitor DeckLink HD Extreme is the only capture card that features Dual Link 3 Gb/s SDI, HDMI, component analog, NTSC, PAL and S-Video for capture and playback in SD, HD or 2K. Also included is 2 ch XLR AES/ EBU audio and 2 ch balanced XLR analog audio. Connect to HDCAM SR, HDCAM, Digital Betacam, Betacam SP, HDV cameras, big-screen TVs and more. Hardware Down Conversion If you’ve ever wanted to monitor in both HD and SD while you work, then you’ll love the built in high quality down converter. Use the Dual Link SDI outputs as a simultaneous HD and SD output, or you can switch back to Dual Link 4:4:4 when working in the highest quality RGB workfl ows. Select between letterbox, anamorphic 16:9 and even center cut 4:3 down conversion styles! DeckLink HD Extreme $995 Learn more today at Advanced 3 Gb/s SDI Technology With exciting new 3 Gb/s SDI connections, DeckLink HD Extreme allows twice the SDI data rate of normal HD-SDI, while also connecting to all your HD-SDI and SD-SDI equipment. Use 3 Gb/s SDI for 2K and edit your latest feature fi lm using real time 2048 x 1556 2K resolution capture and playback! Microsoft Windows or Apple Mac OS X DeckLink HD Extreme is fully compatible with Apple Final Cut Pro™ Adobe Premiere Pro™ Fusion™ and any DirectShow™ , Adobe After Effects™ or QuickTime™ , Adobe Photoshop™ based software. DeckLink , , HD Extreme instantly switches between feature fi lm resolution 2K, 1080HD, 720HD, NTSC and PAL for worldwide compatibility.

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