Thanks for your support,msardip wrote: ↑Mon Jan 14, 2019 11:50This.
The BM is probably sending lower quality colour data like 4:2:2 at 16-bit, where the UHD2 card will be sending 4:4:4 fully sampled colour data at 32-bit, unless you configure it not to of course, so you will need a machine (graphics card) that can handle that quality. Most fairly modern machines can do this easily.
I would contact Datapath support who will happily assist you further.
What you could try would be to enable the DMA textures in the Resolume Video Preferences, to speed things up a bit.kevin wrote: ↑Mon Jan 14, 2019 17:08Thanks for your support,
My Machine is HP Workstation Z840 (Xeon E5 2660 V3, 32GB DDR4, GPU is Gigabyte Turbo RTX 2080Ti so i think the GPU can handle (normally if have input, the GPU will up to around 45%))
I also tested with 2 input, the frame drop down is 20FPS
As you say, the DATAPATH cards is better than Blackmagic for media serverskevin wrote: ↑Fri Jan 11, 2019 11:25Hi all,
I have just invest newest capture card from Datapath, model VisionSC-UHD2. I am testing with Resolume but the frame not good, with UHD (3840x2160@60Hz) only around 33-38FPS, and with UHD@30Hz around 45-55FPS (UHD@30Hz I also tested with Blackmagic 4K Extreme before working very well).
I a bit suprise on this because Datapath will better than Blackmagic.
Hope some pro guy can support to find what the problem.