TV One shows new 4-Window Multiviewer for the Smaller Studio at IBC 2009
The CX-750-4 allows for up to four separate images to be placed within windows of any size and positioned anywhere on one screen with or without borders. Variable Zoom and Variable Shrink options allow the user to enlarge or shrink any part of an image and position controls allow you to move around to any area desired.
Six Still Image Stores are built into the product which can recall one of ten images each to be used in place of the DVI-I inputs to add custom logos or backgrounds. Settings are stored in non-volatile memory and retained even when power is switched off. Ten user defined presets (two controlled from the front panel) are available to customize settings for various applications.
Other advanced features include Chromakey, Lumakey and Mixing. The Key Mode allows computer graphics to be keyed over each other (one input over another). The keyed image may be faded in and out. Due to the 4:4:4 sampling format, precise keying at the pixel level can be achieved.
Using high-quality graphic scalers, DVI-D resolutions up to 1920x1200@60Hz and 1080p can be accommodated, along with analogue DVI-A (or HD-15 via optional adaptor) resolutions up to 2048x2048.
The CX-750-4 system consists of 3x 1T-C2-750 Scalers and 1x P2-105 Power Supply housed in standard 19 inch Rack-mount kits with all necessary interface cables included and is supplied as a ready-to-use 4-window Multiviewer.
For more information and to see this exciting and brand new product in action, visit the TV One Stand 7.F10 at IBC 2009 held September 11-15 at the Amsterdam RAI.
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Founded in 1984, TV One celebrate 25 years of production in 2009. TV One specializes in video, audio and multimedia processing equipment, based on its proprietary CORIO® video conversion technology. Located in Margate, UK with offices across the globe, TV One manufactures a complete line-up of products for the professional and broadcast video market. TV One has operations in Europe, USA, Taiwan, China and Latin America.