Blackmagic Intensity Shuttle USB 3.0 Notebook Support
I Have Intensity Shuttle USB 3.0, works fine on my PC,
But I would like to use it on a laptop, I read in the internet about some laptops that will work, but all of them are old models.
One of these laptops was an old sony vaio S,
[Please note that i will be using the shuttle to record game footage from xbox 360 and ps3, atm i'm not planning to live stream ]
I would like to know if the shuttle will work on this new laptop, the specification is :
• Intel Core i5-3210M Processor 2.50 GHz with Turbo Boost up to 3.10 GHz
• Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
• HDD: 640 GB (Serial ATA, 7200 rpm)
• Powerful discrete graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M LE 1 GB
• DVD SuperMulti Drive (Slot-in)
• Up to 12.0 hours battery life with optional sheet battery
• Operating System: Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium with Service Pack 1 64bit (English Version)
• Processor Name: Intel Core i5-3210M Processor 2.50 GHz with Turbo Boost up to 3.10 GHz
• Chipset: Intel HM76 Express Chipset
• Cache Memory: 3 MB (L3 Cache)
• Memory-installed/Max: 4 GB (4 GB (On Board)) DDR3L SDRAM (upgradeable up to 12 GB)
• SO-DIMM Slots: DDR3L SO-DIMM slots (Unused Memory slot 1)
• Memory Speed: 1333 MT/s
• Hard Disk Drive: 640 GB (Serial ATA, 5400 rpm)
• Optical Drive: DVD SuperMulti Drive
• Graphics Accelerator: NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M LE GPU(SPEED MODE) / Intel HD Graphics 4000(STAMINA MODE)
• Dedicated Video Memory: 1 GB DDR3 (SPEED MODE)
• Display: 13.3 inch wide (WXGA: 1366 x 768) TFT colour display (VAIO Display Plus, LED backlight)
• Ambient light sensor: Yes
• Wireless LAN Type: IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n
• Wireless LAN Data Rate: Maximum transmission speed: 300 Mbps, Maximum receipt speed: 300 Mbps
• Bluetooth: Bluetooth standard Ver. 4.0 + HS
• Front Side Camera: HD web camera powered by "Exmor for PC" (Resolution: 1280 x 1024, Effective • Pixels: 1.31 Mega pixels)
• Sound Chip: Intel High Definition Audio
• Speaker: Internal, Stereo speakers
• Microphone: Internal, Monaural microphone
• Audio Technology: Dolby Home Theater v4, "Clear Phase", "xLOUD"
• Keyboard: 19.05 mm key pitch/1.7 mm keystroke, 82 keys, Backlit Keyboard
• Touchpad: Touchpad (Gesture supported)
• Bundled Battery: VGP-BPS24 Lithium-ion battery: up to 6.0 hours of use
• Dimensions (WxHxD): 331 x 23.9 x 224.6 mm
• Weight: 1.72 kg (including the supplied battery)
• USB: Hi-Speed USB (USB 2.0) with USB charge port Type A Connector x 1, SuperSpeed USB (USB 3.0) port Type A Connector x 2
• Network (RJ-45)Connector: 1000BASE-T/100BASE-TX/10BASE-T x 1
• Display Output Connector: Analogue RGB, Mini D-Sub 15 pin x 1
• Headphone: Stereo, Mini Jack x 1 (also serves as Headset jack)
• HDMI In/Out Connector: HDMI Out x 1
• Memory Stick Slot: "Memory Stick Duo"("Memory Stick PRO-HG" compatible, "MagicGate" function ("MagicGate" is not supported for 256 MB or less capacity media. ))
• SD Memory Card Slot: SD memory card(SDHC, SDXC compatible, UHS (SDR50) supported , Copyright protection function (CPRM))
• DC IN: x 1
• Extend Battery Connector: x 1
• Others: Port replicator connector x 1
any help or advice for other laptops will be welcomed :p
According to the specifications it should be compatible, may if some changes are there!!!
Installation: USB 3.0. Requires x58 based computer or better with a USB 3.0 connection. Does not support USB 2.0 capture and playback
Operating System Compatibility: Compatible with Microsoft Windows 7.
I currently work with the Media Department in my church. We capture via  cameras, switcher and DV Recorder. Generally, the DV DEC Output is Firewire 4 pin into my Dell Laptop onto external hard drive capturing via Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 - and also output to DVD Recorder for after church immediate sales.
Our Church recently decided to Live Stream of which we have an account with user name HLRMinistries. We purchased another laptop Samsung RC512 of which now the DV DEC Composite/RCA Output is being used with the Intensity Shuttle USB 3.0.
Procaster and BlackMagic Shuttle 3.0 reflects the latest versions, my Adobe Flash Media Player and Java are the lastest version - but for some reason the video and audio are not sync.
My laptop should be acceptable
Windows 7 Home Edition (service pack 1)
Processor: i7-2630QM CPU @2.00 GHz 2.00GHz
RAM: 6.00 GB
64-bit operating system
NVIDIA - GE Force Graphic
What am I doing incorrectly - my capture on DVD and External Hard drive is sync - live stream audio follows the video. Settings from camera input is 720 x 489 4:3 29.97 - but have 512 x 384 4:3 29.97 for H.264 with audio 64 stereo and 44100.
Can anyone help me?
What is the quality setting being used in Procaster? Additionally, please provide a screenshot of the results of a speed test to New York, NY taken at newyork.speedtest.net.
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