For testing, I mirrored my desktop as the MBP picked up the Hyperdeck immediately. I've got a recommended SSD to record to, and when I mount the disk after recording, I find the default Capture0000.mov file (7seconds = 1Gb) OK.
The blurb says it writes 10 bit uncompressed 4:2:2 YUV at 1080p 24fps. My test jitter patch confirms this, but the video is output to the jit.pwindow with the heavy green tint an unconverted YUV movie does.
My patch uses |jit.qt.movie| with no arguments, so the operator should do internal conversion between YUV and ARGB, but my movie comes out with a *magenta* tint instead of green.
I think I'm trying to convert an HDYC format through jit.qt.movie, given that under the packed YUV format list of this page: http://www.fourcc.org/yuv.php,
a description of HDYC is given on the Black Magic site (although the link is broken, the reference infers (thanks vade for posting this link elsewhere)).
So it may have something to do the HDYC BT709 color space instead of the BT470 the UYVY format uses (which I assume is used by Jitter?).
Does anyone know how to fix it so I can convert my Hyperdeck files into something nice and ARGB/slim I can scratch with?