Digital Voodoo has said its new D1 Desktop 64AV video-editing board is compatible with Apple’s Final Cut Pro, using the board's latest driver-software - version 4.8.

The D1 Desktop can edit uncompressed video, preventing the loss of quality.

The D1 Desktop 64AV's includes six channels of AES/EBU digital-audio input and output at 16, 20 and 24bit, giving high-quality sound, according to the company.

The D1 Desktop 64AV can be used to view edited video on an external PAL monitor through a serial digital-interface (SDI) port.

The D1 Desktop 64AV is bundled with Digital Voodoo's Media Transfer application.

Other features include an import/export feature that allows clips to be captured from a DV camera via a FireWire link, and converted to uncompressed format. The D1 Desktop 64AV costs £2,932.