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Blackmagic Design Decklink Drivers

All testing for Pro Tools 8.0-8.0.1 was done with QuickTime v7.5.5 - 7.6, Mac OS X 10.5 on Mac Pro and Power Mac G5 PCIe models.Please Note:If your Blackmagic card ships with a driver older than those versions listed above, make sure to download the latest supported driver from

Blackmagic Design Decklink Drivers

*Only available when Apple's Final Cut Pro is installed.Additional InformationTo capture QuickTime video for use with Pro Tools via a Blackmagic Design card, quit Pro Tools and launch either Blackmagic's Deck Control software (included with your Blackmagic cards) or Final Cut Pro.QuickTime movie offsets may be required when using Blackmagic video cards for playback. The offsets will vary depending on computer and monitor. You will need to fine tune your system's offset by entering an appropriate value in the Video Sync Offset window (found in the setup menu).Blackmagic video cards have been qualified with Pro Tools systems with 64 tracks of 24 bit audio @ 48 KHz. When playing back QuickTime video with a Blackmagic Design video card, the video file should always be placed on a separate hard drive that is not being used for audio playback. For best results, a SATA drive is recommended.When working with QuickTime video, you must disconnect any Avid Mojo, Avid Mojo SDI, or Canopus devices from the computer before launching Pro Tools in order to enable Video out PCIe in Pro Tools. Enabling Video out PCIe allows video to be routed to the Blackmagic video card.HDMI to DVI converters have not been tested. When using one of these devices, your video monitor may go into sleep mode intermittently.Video output from Pro Tools is not suitable for final layback or broadcast. Because Pro Tools has limited control over the QuickTime engine, even an output which is locked to external video reference may occasionally skip or hold a frame to remain in sync. This is most likely to occur if the Pro Tools system is approaching the limits of the host processor, or during long continuous playbacks. Though this behavior is increasingly rare, it's important to be aware that it does occur.See the "Working with Video in Pro Tools" chapter in your Pro Tools Reference Guide for additional information on playing QuickTime movies in Pro Tools using a Blackmagic video card.For more information on Blackmagic Design products, please see

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