Besides the URSA Mini Pro 4.6K G2, Blackmagic RAW for Pocket Cinema Camera 4K and the DaVinci Resolve 15.2 Update Blackmagic has introduced further news: the new DeckLink Quad HDMI Recorder as well as the Duplicator 1.2 and the Desktop Video 11.0 Update.
The new DeckLink Quad HDMI Recorder is a 4-channel PCIe capture card with four separate HDMI 2.0b inputs that can independently record any combination of four SD-HD, Ultra-HD, 4K-DCI and computer video formats simultaneously. It is intended for use with software production mixers or broadcast servers, for example, but is also suitable for streaming transmissions. The DeckLink Quad HDMI Recorder card combines the functionality of four capture cards in one and is now available for .
DeckLink Quad HDMI Recorder Capture Card
The Desktop Video 11 Update now enables the DeckLink 8K Pro capture card to record and playback multichannel video with full 12G SDI support. With its help, it is now possible to use the card&s four 12G SDI ports for independent recording and playback of four separate video streams. Users can now record and play back in any combination of format and frame rate, up to Ultra HD and 4K DCI at 60 frames per second.
Furthermore, the update supports signal formats at 47.95 and 48 fps, metadata for HDR (ST2108-1), transmission with HLG and PQ (ST2082-10), and synchronized recording and playback.
In addition, the Desktop Video 11.0 Update fixes an issue with updating audio level meters when using the UltraStudio HD Mini with a Teranex Mini Smart Panel and fixes a drop-frame timecode error in Adobe Premiere Pro CC in the Media Express media orga tool. The Desktop Video 11.0 Update is now available for free download.
The Blackmagic Duplicator 1.2 Update gives the Blackmagic Duplicator 4K, the real-time recorder that can record 25 SD cards via H.264 or H.265 in SD, HD or Ultra-HD formats up to 2160p60, new features for long-term recordings.
In addition to the regular duplication mode, Blackmagic Duplicator 4K can now record in Single Disk and Infinite Overwrite modes. The new "Single Disk" mode records single SD cards one after the other. If a card is full, the recording continues automatically on the next card. If all storage media are full, the recording stops. The new "Infinite Overwrite" mode plays the individual cards of a card set one after the other and then jumps back to the beginning and starts recording again on the oldest card, which is overwritten. The Blackmagic Duplicator 1.2 Update is now available for free.