06.15.2007 12:00 AM
Doremi Labs Introduces the DSDI-20 Video Converter
Doremi Labs has introduced the new DSDI-20 converter.

The DSDI-20 converts the DVI computer signal, up to 1920x1200, to high definition or standard definition SDI video. The analog VGA format is also supported via the DVI-I input.

By converting DVI to SDI, computer generated images can be recorded, broadcast, and displayed. The DSDI-20’s high-definition HD-SDI output helps to retain the details and small fonts typical of a computer’s high-resolution display. The DSDI-20 supports NTSC, PAL and popular HD video formats including 1080i, 1080p and 720p.

The DSDI setup menu is displayed as a burn-in window through its SDI output. An infrared remote control is provided to navigate through the menu settings. Remote operation is also available via GUI software. The software also features downloadable look up tables.


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