04.24.2003 12:00 AM
Accom Sells Dveous/MX on NAB Floor
At NAB, Accom made the first sale of its new Abekas Dveous/MX Universal Format Digital Video Effects system to Bexel.

The MX version of Dveous has the same feature set and control panel as its predecessor, but now can create real time video effects either SD and HD at known frame rates, has at least one channel of HD with ability to upgrade and has six inputs supporting either Serial Digital HD or SD signals with six dedicated user configurable Serial Digital outputs.

The Dveous/MX comes with three remote ports with standard interfaces and three configurations are available depending on the number of HD channels needed. Accom can enhance and add features through software updates.

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