February 1, 2012
CES 2012, Las Vegas – Blackmagic Design recently introduced the Intensity Shuttle, a new video capture and playback solution that uses Intel’s Thunderbolt technology. Intensity Shuttle makes the highest quality 10-bit SD and HD video affordable for everyone, in a portable solution. Intensity Shuttle will be displayed on the Intel CES 2012 booth at Central Hall number 7253. The solution features all the video connections needed to connect video cameras, set-top boxes, game consoles, large screen TVs and projectors to a Thunderboltenabled computer. The inline design includes HDMI, analog component, composite and S-Video inputs and outputs. Thunderbolt-enabled computers can connect to Intensity Shuttle using a single cable that is capable of 10 Gbps data transfer speeds, which is 20 times faster than USB 2.0 and 12 times faster than FireWire 800. Intensity Shuttle is powered over the Thunderbolt cable and with no need for an external power supply, is a completely portable device that can be moved easily between laptop and desktop computers. Intensity Shuttle uses the same electronics as Blackmagic Design’s high end broadcast capture and playback solutions. The solution’s HDMI output can be connected to large screen HDTVs and projectors for full high resolution monitoring and playback of work. Intensity Shuttle also offers the fl exibility of working with compressed and uncompressed video in standard defi nition PAL/ NTSC up to full 1080p HD video. Blackmagic Design’s Media Express software is included for a complete capture and playback solution without the need for any additional software. Video fi les are fully compatible with editing and design software including Apple Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Photoshop and After Effects.