MOTU Thunderbolt video I/O is here
The new HDX-SDI Thunderbolt video interface provides comprehensive capture and monitoring for Avid, Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, and Digital Performer 8. Come see the HDX-SDI in action next week at NAB 2014 in the South Lower Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center (MOTU booth #SL9416) to see first hand the future of audio and video connectivity. Watch the HDX-SDI Thunderbolt trailer below and then read on to learn how the HDX-SDI can streamline your NLE or DP8 film-scoring workflow.
For complete information about the HDX-SDI with Thunderbolt technology, visit the HDX-SDI Thunderbolt web page.
Thanks to Avid's Open I/O SDK, the HDX-SDI with Thunderbolt technology is compatible with Media Composer® 7, Symphony® 7, and NewsCutter® 11, opening up your Avid-based workflow to the blazing speed of today's latest Thunderbolt-equipped MacBook Pros, the Mac Pro cylinder, and even Thunderbolt-equipped PCs with plug-and-play convenience.
The HDX-SDI represents a comprehensive and versatile I/O solution for Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 and CC7 on Windows 8. No other capture device offers such extensive video I/O connectivity for Thunderbolt-equipped PCs.
Final Cut Pro
The HDX-SDI unleashes Final Cut Pro on today's latest Thunderbolt-equipped MacBook Pros and the new Mac Pro cylinder. You get broadcast-quality monitoring for Final Cut Pro X, and both capture and playback for Final Cut Pro 7 running on Mavericks.
Digital Performer 8
The HDX-SDI delivers broadcast quality external video monitoring for Digital Performer, combined with studio grade multi-channel audio recording and playback, all with sample-accurate synchronization between sound and picture. If you prefer to work with multiple monitors connected to your computer, you can use the HDX-SDI for full-screen video monitoring, while reserving your 2nd (and even 3rd) computer monitor for Digital Performer windows such as the Mixing Board and Sequence Editor.