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TV One Demos 3G-SDI Converter

At the NAB Show, TV One demonstrated the C2-2375A Universal 3G-SDI Converter, which is based on the company's Corio2 Technology. It provides bi-directional conversion between a variety of analog and digital video formats, as well as advanced features such as seamless switching, picture-in-picture windowing, chroma/luma keying, integral audio switching and SD/HD compatible Genlock.

Last week at the NAB Show in Las Vegas, TV One demonstrated the C2-2375A Universal 3G-SDI Converter, which is based on the company's Corio2 Technology. It provides bi-directional conversion between a variety of analog and digital video formats, as well as advanced features such as seamless switching, picture-in-picture windowing, chroma/luma keying, integral audio switching and SD/HD compatible Genlock, according to the company.

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Inputs and outputs can include SD/HD/3G-SDI, DVI, Composite Video, S-Video, YUV, YPbPr or RGB. Signal parameters of incoming video may be adjusted as desired, and the high resolution RGB/YPbPr output is also selectable at virtually any PC or HDTV resolution. A second DVI and analog output can be sent to a different format and resolution if required, TV One officials said.

The system allows an image to be keyed over another and faded in and out. Due to the 4:4:4 sampling format, precise keying at pixel level can be achieved, according to the company. The mix mode permits seamless cut, fade, or wipe transitions between input sources while the picture-in-picture function allows for one input to be inset into a window on top of another full-screen video input source.

The Genlock feature is SD- and HD-compatible and ensures precise synchronization of the incoming signals. The C2-2375A also provides integral audio switching to route audio from the HDMI-compatible DVI or SDI input to the DVI and SDI outputs.

Variable zoom to 10x can enlarge any part of an input image to fill an entire screen; variable shrink to as little as 10 percent is also available for fitting an image onto most displays. Advanced Digital Flicker Elimination circuitry and a high sampling rate ensures crisp, clear images, while full bandwidth chroma sampling reproduces high-resolution colors, according to TV One.

The unit can be controlled via front-panel push buttons, RS-232/422/485, IP connection, Windows Control Panel software, and most third-party control systems. Ten user defined presets are also available to customize settings for various applications and the non-volatile memory ensures that these settings are stored and retained even when power is switched off, according to the company.



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