Video Editing Cards

I've been looking for a video editing card for some time. I came across Miro DC 30+, which looks like the best one in the market, but very expensive. Someone mentioned to me Buz from I-omega, which is much cheaper. Anyone knows how it's like?
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MetallicAConnect With a Mentor Commented:
The Buz is ok but you could get better.  It is $200.  Goto this address for a review on it.

http://web-e7.zdnet.com/pcmag/firstlooks/9803/f980313a8.htm

Goto this site for a list of tons of video cards with prices and information.  You will most likely find a good video card here:

http://www.techadvice.com/help/Products/V/videoCardsHome.htm
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larbelCommented:
Take a look at Matrox Marvel G200...

http://www.matrox.com/mga/products/marvel_g200/home.htm
http://www.matrox.com/mga/products/marvel_g200_tv/home.htm

They're at around $299 and good value for it's features and good performer too.
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Asta CuCommented:
I've opted for the DC-30+, and had a DC-20 trade in.  If you have another card, that may be an option.  Haven't yet installed it, but it is certified with the Adobe Premiere product versions I need to create what I want (5.1).
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netmageCommented:
You could have a look at the Hercules Thriller 3 d card that has real time fast video in/out in many formats.

It retails for about 110$ US.

netmage
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MetallicACommented:
The matrox G200 is ok, but there are better.  Can't answer the question but I do know some good cards for your problem:

1) ATI all in wonder pro

2) Matrox Rainbow Runner

These are pretty good for the price, but there are better.

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