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Yes,

 

This works, one have to stick to video resolutions, though.

 

Decklink Duo accepts progressive signals at 1280x720p50/59.94/60 or 1920x1080p25/29.97 (HDSDI)

For 1920x1080p50/59.94/60 one need to use a 3G-SDI compatible card as Decklink HDExtreme 3D or Datapath VisionSDI2.

 

/jonas

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Thanks a lot,

 

I already ordered these two, before I knew if its working

 

So now I will be able to input sdi camera and presentation to my new pc wo

simultaneously

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Ok, after the serious testings I can proudly :) say that the system works great,

 

I running the system with following specs:

MB: Gigabyte GA-X79-UD3 (rev. 1.0) 4 pcie + 1 pci ,bios F11

Memory: kingston hyperX blue 1600 DDR-III DIMM 8Gb KIT 2*4Gb <PC3-12800>

CPU: Intel Core i7-3820 LGA2011

Proc cooler: Shagon w720, which was made for 2011 socket

Graphics: SAPPHIRE FleX HD 6870 1GB GDDR5 - DualDVI+HDMI+2miniDP (5 outputs, only 2 active dp to dvi needed)

Rack case: ARK IPC-4U600, vents: front 120mm, back 80mm X 2

PSU:SeaSonic M12D-750W Modular

2x SSD 60 Gb SATA 6Gb/s OCZ Vertex 3

Capture: decklink duo + DVI extender

Avermedia analog

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

 

Decklink duo with DVI extender working just great

 

The system is running 5 fullHD outputs with 40 layers, that's mean on some points of show the system runs 15 full hd movies simultaneously.

 

The 3820 proccesor doing a great job (I was sceptic about its performance, but it just great proc)

 

Just wanted to share personal expiriance on multi-output system, till now I was only using max 2 outputs from one pc.

 

I just so exited from this build, that wanted to share

 

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15 full hd movies simultaneously.?

 

Whoa! We've come a long way in a short period of time!

 

Thank heavens for the gamers, driving the constant improvements, eh? It's a challenge to keep improving our builds, but well worth it I think.

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Wanted to share my second beast I made

 

MB: Gigabyte GA-X79-UD3 - 4 pcie + 1 pci ,bios F11

Memory: kingston hyperX blue 1600 DDR-III DIMM 16gb KIT 4*4Gb <PC3-12800>

CPU: Intel Core i7-3930K LGA2011

Proc cooler: Corsair H100 waterpump

Graphics: MSI ATI 7970, 3GB, GDDR5, 384bits LIGHTNING (2 DVI - 4 miniDP) 6 outputs - 4 Active DP needed

Case: Define R4 USB3.0 Black Pearl

PSU: SeaSonic P-860 860W Active PFC (Modular) PLATINUM

Hard drives: 2x SSD 120Gb SATA 6Gb/s OCZ Vertex 3

Capture: decklink duo + DVI extender, DATAPATH VisionRGB-X2, Avermedia analog

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

 

The total cost including inputs cards about 5500$

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Hi

Ui! Sounds great!

 

My System is only a small pc...the old one based on Shuttle PCs! The newer one on Z77-based Boards...

 

Which Codec an Bitrate are that HD Movies?

 

Greetinx from Germany

Daniel

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We have like the same machines... I must say that i prefer to work with the datapath capture cards.

And the SSD is an excellent choice for WO racks that are 'frequent flyers'

 

@Daniel, pm for codec and bitrates

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