Intensity Shuttle for Thunderbolt (HDMI & Analog Audio)

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Intensity Shuttle for Thunderbolt (HDMI & Analog Audio)

PostFri Jan 04, 2013 5:11 pm

Hi to All,

I'm pretty interested about this product but i need to know :idea: if is possible to use the analog audio in to record audio from an audio mixer and use hdmi in to record the video out from my roland v800 video mixer (it dosent' carry out any kind of audio btw)

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APV
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Re: Intensity Shuttle for Thunderbolt (HDMI & Analog Audio)

PostFri Jan 04, 2013 5:29 pm

Yes, you can take HDMI video and analog audio. There will be a menu option for this setup. Note, however, that if your audio and video are coming from different sources they will be on different clocks and you could run into sync issues that you'll need to adjust for prior to hitting the Intensity (or in post if that's the route you're going).
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Re: Intensity Shuttle for Thunderbolt (HDMI & Analog Audio)

PostFri Jan 04, 2013 5:55 pm

Thanks for your reply
I know :shock: in this case a solution may be audio delay on aux out by the digital audio mixer to solve
sync problems.

Best regards

Apv

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