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Record H.264 from Blackmagic Television Studio USB Port with MXPTiny

The Blackmagic Television Studio (TVS) has a built in H264 encoder for the Program bus output. It provides this via the USB 2.0 port.

Blackmagic Desktop Video utility can capture this but the file is very big and you have to wait until you stop and save the file before you can access it. 146 more words

How the H.265 camera codec can affect storage requirements

When designing an IP surveillance system storage is an important part of the design, which if overlooked can cause a number of technical problems.

The move away from analogue cameras and the rapid increase in video resolutions and image quality for IP surveillance systems has created a need for more storage. 376 more words

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Confessions of a VMware Secret Agent – NVIDIA GRID and Blast Extreme - answers!

I have a new secret double life! I’ve recently been involved in doing the live chat and Q&A from NVIDIA GRID webinars. If you never attended our webinars but you are interested in NVIDIA GRID technologies you should consider trying it. 1,690 more words

Drop.Dead.Quicktime

There’s Apple software and then there’s Apple software running on Windows. One of the two is nice, the other not so much. Sad as it is, but somehow  859 more words

The Geeky

Citrix Display modes: How to configure, what to configure, when to configure

It’s been a while since I wrote my last blogpost, so I thought it was about time to write a follow up regarding Citrix graphics! 731 more words

XenApp

Microsoft RDP: End-client H.264 (4:4:4) Hardware-decode Support on existing decoders 4:2:0! Elegant and Cool!

Microsoft have just announced a series of tech preview enhancements to their RDP protocol, which you can read here. I’ve blogged endlessly about the… 591 more words

Scalability benchmarking - XenDesktop 7.7 and Windows 7

When I worked at Citrix one of my now colleagues at NVIDIA (Jason Southern) came to us with a proposal and PoC ( 1,418 more words