Big Sur compatibility with Desktop Video devices lists

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Big Sur compatibility with Desktop Video devices lists

PostSat Jan 30, 2021 1:20 am

Could not find any model of the Atem Mini switcher in this list, what does this mean ?
is there something i have overseen ?
Does this mean all Atem Mini switcher devices work fine in any Big Sur setup, and don't need added support ?
Does this mean that the Intensity Shuttle Thunderbolt will not work on a M1 MacBook Pro with OS Big Sur,
or it does work, without added support ? i find that the definition in the "lists" can be set to both understandings.Or it could be my English is not sufficient to understand this, (I'm Dutch from the Netherlands)
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Re: Big Sur compatibility with Desktop Video devices lists

PostSat Jan 30, 2021 5:09 pm

the ATEM mini are not a desktop video device. and work well with big sur.

if a desktop video model is not in the list for M1 series,
then the device will not work with.
even now or later!
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Re: Big Sur compatibility with Desktop Video devices lists

PostSat Jan 30, 2021 8:46 pm

Thankyou for the answer, now i understand from this, that it's not possible with Big Sur and a M1 CPU,
to capture (from a VCR) a PAL or NTSC tape to 576p or 480p resolution from a component video output, with any BMD device, like it is possible with an Intensity Shuttle on an "old" MAC setup ?

I have a perfect setup : Panasonic DMR-ES35V > component-video > Intensity Shuttle > MacBookPro (Intel)
with this setup i can transfer my VHS recordings without the use of any Time Base Corrector, i guess i should keep this setup at hand, when i upgrade/update to new harware and OS...
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