The US manufacturer, which this year celebrates its twentieth anniversary show in Orlando its latest proposals.
Analog Way will be InfopComm some of its latest proposals for broadcast environments and presentation. One of these solutions is the mixer multilayer with four scalers Di-VentiX II, capable of displaying up to seven different layers (four sources live, a frame, a's logo and a mask layer.) Direct layers can be customized by the user, and can this system show effects such as keying and moving PIP. It supports eight universal analog inputs including four with DVI and SDI. Outputs: analogue and Digital SDI, DVI and VGA (RGBHV) between vartios selecting formats from HDTV to Computer 2K. During InfoComm this solution will be displayed together with the remote controller Axion.
Another proposal is the HD Quattro Vue FX mixer that offers climbing real preview and effects including PIP in high-resolution computer video formats. Account with four universal a/v inputs including a DVI, as well as three outputs (analog, DVI and analog for prior).
For signal conversion, Analog Way offers its 'six into one' Tetra saw. It's a team that allows scaling, conversion, scan converter, standard conversion with TBC, audio des / embedded, mixer and interface. It supports a wide range of formats, from computer to HDTV, analog and digital, providing a wide range of connectors. Is noteworthy that each of the three tickets allows you to activate a loop for monitoring that allows quick and easy control of sources. The main novelty of strategic solution is that since March this year it is HDCP compatible.
La última propuesta de Analog Way es el Broad Scan HD, un scan converter con audio embebido y genlock para alta resolución de vídeo y HDTV. Dotado de entradas DVI digital y RGB analógica, convierte imágenes procededentes de PC o Mac hasta 1600×1200@60Hz (1920×1200 RB) tanto en NTSC como PAL o formatos HDTV. Lo más reseñable, y cómodo, es que permite almacenar hasta 16 preselecciones de usuario como formatos de entrada.
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