Claudia Kienzle /
03.25.2013 12:01 PM
Orad to Premier HDVG4 Video Graphics Platform at the NAB Show
HDVG4 is designed for multiple cross-platform outputs
At this year’s NAB Show, Orad will premiere its new HDVGA Video Graphics Platform, powered by a 64-bit OS and native 64-bit rendering engine. With native support for 3G/1080p, the HDVG4 can be configured for up to 16 live video inputs, and up to eight 1080p or 16 1080i outputs.

The HDVG4 was designed for multiple cross-platform outputs. For example, a single HDVG4 box can generate a 4K signal as well as H1080i HD, SD, and IP stream output, and its built-in clip store facilitates multi-clip playback that supports all commonly used video codecs.

Running on the virus-free Linux operating system, the HDVG4 rendering platform supports demanding broadcast applications and Orad’s entire range of real-time graphics solutions.

The 2013 NAB Show takes place in Las Vegas, April 8-11, 2013. Orad will be at booth SL5709.

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