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How to set up Black Magic Intensity Pro Capture Card Part 1 (OLD TUTORIAL)

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Uploaded on Apr 23, 2010

THIS IS AN OLD TUTORIAL. GO HERE FOR THE NEW ONE.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wjsbNp...

*PLEASE READ BEFORE ASKING QUESTIONS*
Sorry that this video is in standard definition, my camera doesn't record in HD.

This is a basic Howto tutorial for setting up and using the Black Magic Intensity Pro capture card. It's a $200 capture card that records records HDMI or component signals. It has HDMI inputs and outputs, as well as a breaker cable for Component inputs and outputs, both allowing you to record and play on your TV at the same time.

This capture card is the internal version of Intensity Pro. It requires an open PCI-express port, and works in any size PCI-express. If you have an x58 based (or better) motherboard with True USB 3.0, you can use the Intensity Shuttle. The Shuttle is EXACTLY like the Intensity Pro, but is completely external. To check if you have USB 3.0, look for a blue USB port. To check your motherboard chipset, look at your computer specs or find a software that will find it for you.

Common Problems:
--No video in the Media Express preview window--
1: Triple check to make sure the cables are all connected correctly (where console cables are into the INPUT, and the other set of component cables are in the OUTPUT).
2: If you are recording off the Playstation 3, you MUST use component cables. The Playstation 3's HDMI signal displays in HDCP, and the Intensity Pro will not capture HDCP, forcing you to use component.
3: Make sure your consoles are set to display in 720p or 1080i.
4: In the Media Express program, click Edit - Preferences and make sure the capture format is set to 720p or 1080i 59.94 in America, or 720p or 1080i 50 if you are in Europe or Asia.
5: If you are capturing off the Wii, set the Wii to display in 480i, then set the format to capture in NTSC in Media Express.
6: You can use HDMI for either 360 console and any other HDMI device that does not have an HDCP encrypted signal.

Any other questions? Send me a message on YouTube or comment.

Black Magic Intensity Pro Page
http://blackmagic-design.com/products...

Buy Black Magic Intensity Pro (from Amazon)
http://tinyurl.com/5roybuf

Black Magic Intensity Pro Manuals
http://blackmagic-design.com/support/...

Black Magic Intensity Pro Drivers
http://blackmagic-design.com/support/...

Black Magic Intensity Pro Support Form
http://blackmagic-design.com/support/...

DISCAILMER: I am NOT responsible for any damages that may be caused by incorrectly installing hardware or software into your computer and/or setting up this capture card.

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