Description The engineers in the Broadcast Video division have complete knowledge in setup, implementation, and training programs. If you are looking to design a new studio, Master control, or any specific need in TV Video Broadcast Products, ask the experts at Broadcast. Let our engineers assist you and provide a complete turnkey solution. Although small, its 1 Rack Unit main frame is packed with features including; Frame synchronizing and re-sizing engine on every channel which allow any Standard Definition equipment to be used in full HD mode. It is perfectly suited for a wide-range of applications including studio production, event and sports coverage, news, live staging and corporate use.
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Description The engineers in the Broadcast Video division have complete knowledge in setup, implementation, and training programs. If you are looking to design a new studio, Master control, or any specific need in TV Video Broadcast Products, ask the experts at Broadcast.
Let our engineers assist you and provide a complete turnkey solution. It retains the unique specifications that allow selection of operation style and can be used on all types of locations for almost anything live, events, news, outside broadcasting vans, sports, editing, presentations, etc.
Frame Synchronizers A frame synchronizer function comes standard for input. This enables asynchronous signals to be switched as is. Also comes equipped with Proc Amp function capable of adjusting video level, chroma level, etc. This achieves a fully mixed SD and HD environment with a switcher alone, with no need to connect an external device such as an up-converter.
This is naturally suitable for re-sizing not only SD signals but also PC video. Freely set the events to be called up and the time to assist to the registered status. Doing the same thing with previous video switchers requires using a sequence function, a time-consuming job that includes selecting patterns. In contrast, the HVSHS can switch seamlessly to a recorded state with the same operation as the event memory, making this function very useful for live performances, etc.
The keyer also has a chroma key function. Wipe patterns include 2D wipe patterns and 68 DVE wipe patterns such as page turn. Along with wipes, effects like mosaic and defocus are also provided. Externally created still data can be sent to the main unit via Ethernet. Backup function stores data internally and allows reading of saved data after restarting power. Supports 4-split, split and split display patterns.
The ability to make different display patterns and channel settings for each ensures flexible operation. Each channel offers title display and tally display functions. With the addition of the AUX assignment function, all the channels from input to output can now be checked on the multiviewer. The picture can be enlarged, shrunk, repositioned, cropped or given a border.
Register an operation in advance to a user button, and just that one button is all it takes to fade, slide or zoom in or out or perform other operations. Support for mixed input of HD and SD signal comes standard. AUX can be assigned for preview or multiviewer. Inputs and outputs can be expanded to 24 and 12 respectively.
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