09.08.2009 04:25 PM
Ensemble Designs Flashes 8 Products Including YouTube Converter
Ensemble Designs is bringing eight new products to IBC 2009 including a high-end scan converter, HDMI-to-3G, -HD and -SD converters, and a 16-channel audio embedder/disembedder and data inserter.
BrightEye Mitto scan converter


Among the offerings: The new BrightEye Mitto scan converter lets broadcasters easily take YouTube feeds and similar video to broadcast by simply using a mouse to click and drag over the specific portion of computer video that is desired for output.

Ensemble taps proprietary scaling technology and exclusive multi-tap filtering to provide a high-quality picture.

Also, the 9600 module is a sixteen-channel audio embedder or disembedder for 1.5 and 3 Gbps high-definition video signals. It also supports 270 Mbps standard-definition signals. Eight AES ports are automatically configured as inputs or outputs. Avenue 9600 also handles data insertion and has Dolby options.

Ensemble Designswill be at IBC 2009 in Amsterdam Sept. 10-15, at Stand 8.B91

MORE INFO
Ensemble Designs www.ensembledesigns.com



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