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It is important to use high speed UHS-1 SD cards. These are some SD cards which we (Blackmagic Design) have tested using ProRes HQ.
The following SD cards will record at a maximum of 1080p60 and are recommended when using HFS+ or exFAT:
The following SD cards will record at a maximum of 1080i60 using HFS+ or exFAT:
The following SD cards will record at a maximum of NTSC using HFS+ or exFAT:
The following SD cards are discontinued and are not recommended for recording on Blackmagic Video Assist:
Please ensure your chosen SD card is UHS-1 only. The above list are the SD cards we (Blackmagic Design) have currently tested, however there are many other available SD cards which will be compatible. It’s worth testing your card’s speed using Blackmagic Disk Speed Test to accurately measure whether your SD card will be able to record at the rate you require. Blackmagic Disk Speed Test uses data to simulate the storage of video so you can get results similar to what you’ll see when capturing video to an SD card.