If it still doesn't work, you can find it under 'Support' on their website. Your monitor has DVI-D, you can feed it off the graphics card. Get an ATI GPU capable of 10-bit.
But if you want an SDI pipeline, look at Decklink SDI or Duo. It depends on your setup, and the cameras you mentioned all have file-based workflows so I don't see the point of wasting money on SDI cards just to drive a monitor. Hope this helps.
http://www.wolfcrow.com - Workflow information and support for filmmakers, photographers, audiographers and videographers.
[Sareesh Sudhakaran]".... I don't see the point of wasting money on SDI cards just to drive a monitor."
Have you found Premiere Pro full screen monitoring adequate? I haven't: panning sequences have ripping in them, as if it's a sort of a rolling shutter effect - absent when the same video is played through BMD Intensity Shuttle, for instance.
Not sure I can trust Premiere Pro's FS output (along with the OS, graphics card driver and hardware and everything else involved) for accurate monitoring, even if they say it's color accurate.
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