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  1. Hi, How do you intend to use this card? With WATCHOUT? I assume you're talking about the AMD FirePro V7900 SDI with SDI-Link mentioned above? It will work as a normal ATI/AMD FirePro V7900 graphics card if used with WATCHOUT, if there are current drivers available for it. UPDATE: There are Windows 10 drivers, but the card are now a legacy product, latest drivers from 2/16/2017: https://www.amd.com/en/support/professional-graphics/legacy-products/firepro-v-series/firepro-v7900 Forget the SDI-Link/DirectGMA part, it requires a 3rd party SDI-card and a SDK and
  2. Hi David, Is that also true for the Radeon Pro WX-series of cards? And only a driver/OS issue, not a hardware issue of the FirePro cards? It seems from this table (link below) FirePro W-series can do maximum 3 x 4K (3840X2160) at 60 Hz, but the Radeon Pro WX-series, from WX 4100 up to the new WX 8200, can do (claims) 4 x 4K (3840X2160) at 60 Hz. https://www.amd.com/en/technologies/eyefinity-professionals, table a bit down on the page. Would be interesting to know if a FirePro W7100 would output 4 x 4K (3840X2160) at 60 Hz under Win10 but only 3 under Window
  3. Just a sidenote on this off-topic discussion ;-) : David A: "Almost none of them adds any black level matching (not sure if any of them do?)" All of Barco's current Event/Rental Staging projectors do this, and have done that since long time ago (ELM/SLM/XLM ->) It's part of the ScenergiX setup feature. They also do low-latency edge-blending/warping simultaneously. Some of the smaller single-chip lamp-based projectors would need an add-on warp/blend box though. Agree on Walters statement above, too. (just enable warp on all PJ’s then even if that particular PJ doesn’t need to
  4. As the above link is no longer active, here's the text from WATCHOUT v5.5 release notes: URL-based Images In addition to loading images from a file on disk, or from the Dynamic Image Server added in WATCHOUT version 5, you may now also load an image from a URL. This is similar to loading images through the Dynamic Image Server in that the image will be loaded afresh each time it's displayed, allowing images to be easily updated. The URL you specify may refer to an actual website on the Internet (e.g., a weather map), or may point to an in-house web server used only for serving images
  5. Tim, When I just downloaded it from the link above, I got v6.0.1. However using your link, I got v5.1 /jonas
  6. "The soon-to-be-shipping C900 has comfortable 3D acceleration - including DirectX acceleration - comparable to the "business graphics" ranges in the nVidia (NVS) and AMD (FirePro W6xx and 2xxx series) product lines" I would say that what I wrote in Sep 2011 still applies for WO6, unfortunately: http://forum.dataton.com/topic/93-wo5-multi-output/ "NVidia NVS series will not do, they lack sufficient DirectX/Direct3D hardware acceleration for WATCHOUT-use. Same thing with AMD FireMV and Matrox M91xx-series" Business level graphics might be OK for straight-forward video playbac
  7. Jim, I understand the card model is new, slated for Q4 (Q1-16 more likely) delivery, but the original question related to that card, not the older one, hence my comment. If the case has to be resolved now, 2 current cards has to be used, of course. ;-) It seems to be a bit different than earlier cards, in that a SDK has to be used to set all 8 inputs to active. So it remains to be seen how useful it will be... /jonas
  8. Eh...one Decklink Quad 2 will give you 8 x 1080p60 3G-SDI capture inputs from one PCIe x8 slot, right? Or does it have to be enabled specifically? "DeckLink Quad 2 features 8 independent SDI capture and playback channels in a single card! Fully compatible with the previous 4 channel model, this new model also allows 4 independent capture and playback channels but now also includes 4 extra channels that developers can use for configuring the card in any combination of up to 8 capture or 8 playback channels. This means DeckLink Quad 2 allows each of the 8 3G-SDI BNC connectors to switc
  9. The dual AMD D500'sin MacPro are used in SLI-mode, I believe, ie as one, faster card for all the available outputs. /jonas
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