Canopus DVRex M1 vs Canopus DVRex RT Professional.

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Danny, Jul 27, 2003.

  1. Danny

    Danny Guest

    Anyone can you tell me diiference about Canopus DVRex M1 and Canopus
    DVRex RT Professional?

    Thanks in advance.

    Danny, Jul 27, 2003
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  2. Danny

    Mike Rehmus Guest

    By itself, the M1 is a render-only card that has analog and digital inputs
    and outputs. With the RT card, it becomes a real real-time editing system
    and is what I use. The M1 comes with a nice 5-1/4 inch break out box that
    will fit in a drive slot or with the wooden side panels, sit on your desk.
    I have 2 system, and the BOB is mounted freestanding on one and in a drive
    slot on another.

    The pro is very similar to the M1/RT card but has a different card than the
    M1 IRRC. It has a large breakout box, rack size that handles balanced sound
    and component video in and out.

    The RexEdit software for both systems is available by download. Both will
    support Premiere and Ulead's Media Pro software. Both will also support the
    new Canopus editing software, Edius.

    You can get an optional card to handle digital sound in and out on the M1
    card. Another option for Component Out only. The Pro may have the digital
    sound capability built in.

    You can read about these on the Canopus web site at
    Mike Rehmus, Jul 28, 2003
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