CONTROL PANEL Ross Video Synergy 100
Features 16 digital inputs, 10 source buttons with shift, “squeeze & tease” DVE effects and 3 axis joystick; includes 3 keyers, 2 chroma keyers, 8 aux buses, a disk drive and advanced DSK borders; has preview overlay, industry standard editor interface and free software upgrades from the world wide web.
All inputs and outputs are both digital and analog; includes an audio processor and an A/D/D/A converter; eliminates the need for external codes; features a bright fluorescent display; a single knob brings up all windows.
Includes a Micro-Light, battery, charger and battery pouch; all Micro-Lights includes a bulb and standard shoe mount; FNP-1S battery runs a Micro-Fill with a 35 watt bulb for more than 45 minutes and a 20 watt bulb for more than 75 minutes.
Features three silicon processors capable of processing 12 streams of uncompressed video simultaneously in real time; perform real-time effects operations and image processing functions with 10-bit or greater internal precision.
Joins the 5526GFC series of 110 Ω digital audio multi-pair; provides a convenient way to interconnect between digital audio consoles, recorders, processors and routers; features an exacting 110 Ω impedance, low jitter and attenuation, ease of termination, and flexibility.
Networkable audio recorder operates at 16 or 24 bits and at all sample rates; features a large LCD display; files are compatible with earlier DigiCarts; editing tasks include trims, fades and level adjustments.
Features 28-bit resolution, with sample rates of up to 96 kHz; traces and eliminates all circuit-related inaccuracies; analog audio signals range between -128 and +22 dBu.
Part of Audio-Technica's new 30 series of microphones; large-diaphragm, side-address cardioid condenser microphone; features a flat, extended frequency response of 20 to 20,000 Hz, a professional shock mount and switchable low-frequency roll-off.
Console provides 48 multitrack/matrix outputs, 20 auxiliary busses, eight audio groups and four main outputs; each track can be mono, stereo or surround.
Features Studer's Vistonics user interface, which integrates touch-sensitive rotary controls and buttons within a flat screen display; allows variations of control color and design; can be used in 48 kHz or 96 kHz mode; audio interfaces offer full 24-bit resolution.
Mainframe designed for decentralized digital audio/media networking; accepts a wide variety of audio, data and DSP modules without limitation to inputs or outputs; worldwide platform to mixing console and control surface manufacturers serving the broadcast, audio recording, multimedia and sound reinforcement industries.
Consists of the System 5-B digital broadcast console configured for live and live-to-tape production, the System 5-F digital film console configured with motion picture mixing in mind, the System 5-P digital post-production console configured for mixing audio for video, and the System 5-M music recording and mixing system configured for music and live applications.
Has built-in redundancy and security; features hot-swappable faders and is capable of expansion; includes reset capabilities and flexible stereo or 5.1 surround operation; has a 32-fader and channel strip.
This analysis tool provides a broadcast-friendly solution for measuring the loudness of content; enables broadcasters to eradicate the subjective loudness differences in their television audio; capable of accepting PCM, Dolby Digital (AC-3), Dolby E, analog and combined RF cable television signals.
Combines automated digital mixing, hard disk recording, MIDI sequencing, powerful editing, DSP plug-in technology and multiformat capabilities; offers complete surround sound mixing capabilities.
Provides full monitoring of the audio description source embedded in a serial digital interface signal; the audio occupies channels three and four within the digital video ancillary data space of the SDI data stream.
Incorporates new channel and main busy dynamics options; features new digital algorithms and a selectable moving/non-moving fader control surface.
Lightweight designed 102dB SPL headphone monitoring system attenuates ambient noise by 32dB; features a super-cardioid microphone mounted on a flexible, acoustically isolated boom.
A plug-in card that enables Sony MPEG IMX VTRs to connect to Gigabit Ethernet networks; can transfer video segments as files over IP networks to other MPEG IMX VTRs or servers anywhere in the world; also enables remote control of VTRs.
Features 1000+ channels and assignable operator control; includes a timeline-based user interface, fast schedule editing and automatic error recovery; has a multiple operator-configurable data view.
Provides conditional access and encryption key management functionalities for cable, satellite, and IP content providers; designed to meet the demanding needs of large-scale platform operators with millions of subscribers; enables platform operators to manage both IP and DVB subscribers.
Provides control and management that interlocks video servers, editors and newsroom computers; provides a high-efficiency on-air interface, master system databasing, scheduled and ad-hoc recording, and integrated content archiving.
Assists broadcasters to broadcast large quantities of data in a secure end-to-end environment from information providers through broadcast stations to information customers; includes head-end servers to manage the data flow from information providers to broadcast stations and customer-site receivers to extract the data from broadcast and make it available to end users.
Updated electronic program guide for PSIP and the Internet that is updated from AirBoss, Florical's on-air presentation system; specifically designed to facilitate the multiple channel environment and provides TV stations an automated way to maintain its program guide.
Provides expanded video, keyer, audio and control capabilities; performs back-to-back transitions with up to five upstream layers; features include a CG list display from new automation scripts and rundowns.
Web-browsable facility database with flexible device server architecture; based on a Microsoft SQL server with total facility playlist and asset control.
Combines elements of branding, on-air presentation switching and monitoring into a compact single operator station; maximizes operator control and efficiency; keeps overheads to a minimum.
Users can aggregate content from a variety of sources; content arrives automatically on DMG servers at stations; minimizes the need to schedule or monitor satellite feeds; reduces the need for tape; integrates with other station gear.
Features IT CCD image sensors that offer high sensitivity, high signal-to-noise, and low vertical smear on severe highlights; includes switchable 60i/50i operation.
6.3 mm focal length at wide end with magnification of 13 times (82 mm focal length at telephoto end); inner focus incorporated; high-quality images; substantial reduction of variation in angle of view caused by focus operation.
Provides real studio image quality; an addition to Radamec's Virtual Scenario studio system; includes reflections of live inserted elements; runs under Windows NT operating system; imports 3D set designs.
Features include dual, side-action Sprint-Loks, fully variable mid-level spreader, rapid set-up transport clips, sprint-grip carry handle and reinforced 100 mm bowl.
Can handle the higher power requirements demanded by today's ENG crews; Frezzi's advanced Energy Gage is available on all BP-14MH batteries, provides accurate capacity information regardless of the battery's age.
Option extends the AJ-HDC27 range to provide control of the image's color saturation; improves master gamma, knee point and detail control; users can obtain more detail in an image's white area, while maintaining detail in the black areas.
Offers an improved sled with a +/-90-degree rotation of the battery mount to allow fast and precise counterbalancing; features reduced weight of the spring arm and an optimized fit of the vest.
Features a modular design that can be expanded and upgraded; basic panel includes a 3-axis joystick for pan, tilt and zoom functions; options include camera ROP control, iris master black control, and a rocker switch for variable speed control of the Televator Elevating Pedestal or camera track left and right.
Captures cinema-style, 24-frame progressive scanned images; equipped with three 1/3-inch progressive scan CCDs; offers a high sensitivity of F11 at 2000 lux.
Compact 2-channel charger and battery management system; incorporates a 40W camera supply; available with either PAGlok connectors or Snap-On compatible connectors; detects cell chemistry, state of charge, capacity and condition.
Designed as a cost-effective alternative to airborne video systems; features a Ω-inch color video camera and a 1-inch format 16 to 160 mm lens; yields an overall zoom capacity of 32 to 320 mm; dowlinked to the studio via S-band video link.
Prime and zoom lenses featuring advanced focus rotation angle and improved markings; share a uniformed design concept to achieve a consistent “Canon look,” color temperature and minimized focus breathing.
Composed of carbon fiber tubes to support ENG cameras weighing up to 33 lbs; features an integrated automatic mid-level spreader mechanism for quick setup and a multisurface system for all-terrain stability; 100 mm bowl and 75 mm bolt-on adapter to accommodate all popular video heads.
Control module for adapting 14.4 V batteries to supply Canon 7.2 V cameras and 12 V lights simultaneously; can be used with the XL bracket for mechanical stabilization for lightweight Canon cameras.
Features a MPEG-I Frame structure at a bit rate of 50 Mbits/s and Power HAD; offers a high signal-to-noise ratio and high sensitivity for low-light levels; includes 12-bit A/D and advanced digital signal processing technology.
Character generation and graphics for 32-bit digital pcCodi; features a drag-and-drop interface; EAS, TV ratings and easy display of logos; available as software-only or turnkey systems.
Delivers real-time animation and 3D effects with the innovative ability to combine streams of dynamic data with video and graphics; live broadcast productions such as sporting events or election coverage can produce stunning graphics while integrating statistics or other newswire information.
DSP now supports Microsoft Windows Media video encoding and decoding solutions including the next generation of Windows Media, code-named Coronoa; enables Windows Media Playback at resolutions up to 720P; allows real-time encoding of full-resolution (D1) video.
Includes an MIPS R14000A processor, a VPro 3-D graphics system and a high-bandwidth design; features 48-bit RGBA; fuel supports up to 4 MB of cache and up to 4 GB of memory.
1-RU stations for Matrix Plus digital intercom systems; series of 35 stations featuring different combinations of display and non-display key modules, level-control modules, keypad modules and auxiliary input modules.
The latest version of Discreet's unified paint, animation and 3D composing software application for motion graphic designers, animators and visual effects artists; resolution-independent, vector paint, animation and compositing solution for multi-format work from the web to video and HDTV to feature film.
Available in three frame sizes; all matrices have been designed to share the same core functionality, software, range of control panels and accessories; features include CD-quality audio; crosspoint, processor and PSU redundancy; and interfacing to ISDN and digital networks.
Designed to be resistant to lightning strikes and other static surges; guaranteed to meet current FCC light output specifications for five years; protection against electrical surges and voltage spikes exceeding 250 volts.
Transports four channels of serial digital video on a single optical fiber; handles all standard digital formats from 19.4 Mbits/s up to uncompressed HDTV at 1.5 Gbits/s; applications include connections in and between production and post-production facilities, and SDTV/HDTV traffic between metropolitan switching centers.
Bridges analog and digital domains; includes a scaleable MPEG-2 compression (5 to 50 Mbytes/s); includes real-time workflow, InTime processing and open network capability.
Transports up to 40 channels of uncompressed SDI, HD-SDI, SDH/SONET and GigE over a single fiber; converts analog and digital video and audio as well as data from an electrical signal to an optical wavelength, including audio embedding and de-embedding.