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Old November 15th, 2011, 08:34 AM   #496
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Seem it has the same speeds as the dual core atom CPU I mentioned in the quoted text.
What it does have is a PCI card slot which theoretically could accept a Black Magic Intensity card which back in 2009 the Atom did not seem to have.
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Old December 18th, 2011, 01:38 AM   #497
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Just wondering has the Gopro acquisition of cineform provided the necessary hardware partner for a Gopro Cineform HDMI recorder to be made?
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Now in a bigger company, I also can't really discuss the possibilty of future products.
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Old December 19th, 2011, 03:55 PM   #499
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Of course. l look forward to seeing what you guys might come up with.
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Old November 11th, 2012, 12:08 PM   #500
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I've commented on the Atom spec's before in this long thread. Over 12-months ago 1.6Ghz dual Atom would encode 1080p at 16-17fps, with 533MHz FSB. The memory bus is faster now and clocks up a bit, but otherwise that haven't change much in a while. The missing feature to Atom setup is a single PCI-Express lane, so we can feed HDMI in without a big hardware effort. If as can get to 20fps with a PCI-E lane, we can do 24p/30i through SSD buffering -- it is really close.
I wonder if the upcoming Intel NUC might be a successful candidate:
AnandTech - Inside Intel's Next Unit of Computing (DC3217BY)

It uses 1.8GHz CPU with DDR3 memory.

The DC3217BY version has a thunderbolt port.

I wonder anymore if it is worth the hassle of a standalone recorder which requires tethering as opposed to transcoding to the Cineform codec after capture. Anyone care to comment?
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