Experience with DeckLink Mini Recorder 4K as capture card

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h.wiersma@webwiersma.nl
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Experience with DeckLink Mini Recorder 4K as capture card

Postby h.wiersma@webwiersma.nl » Tue Sep 10, 2019 12:47 pm

Hello everyone!

This year we totally upgrade our technical setup in our church from VGA to a full HD installation. So the next step is to update our old capture USB device to a full HD input. We would like to use a PCI input card to make a more stable setup. We would like to use a DeckLink Mini Recorder 4K card as input card (https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/produc ... s/W-DLK-33 ).

Does someone has experience with this card as a capture card and as feed in easy worship 7?

Thanks in advance for your help! :)

Henry

arielaugusstt@gmail.com
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Re: Experience with DeckLink Mini Recorder 4K as capture card

Postby arielaugusstt@gmail.com » Wed Nov 27, 2019 10:02 pm

i have an alternative
https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/produc ... nsitypro4k

maybe you still need analog somehow

h.wiersma@webwiersma.nl
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Re: Experience with DeckLink Mini Recorder 4K as capture card

Postby h.wiersma@webwiersma.nl » Fri Nov 29, 2019 11:38 am

Hello Everyone,

Last month I bought the "DeckLink Mini Recorder 4K card" and try it with EasyWirship 7. The installation was straight forward, put the card in the computer, install the driver and it works :). It was directly available as feed in EasyWorship and the quality of the input is amazing :).

I recommend this card because it has a (HD) SDI input, so you can directly use a SDI cable with this card (handy when the camera is placed away from the computer). It contains also a HDMI input if you prefer that. In the software you can select which input you would like to use and the resolution.

Henry


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