07.22.2009 12:05 PM
IBC2009: Softel to Demo vFlex HD Inserter


Softel plans to demonstrate all the various features of its vFlex HD — a single-unit, multi-purpose ancillary data processing system for HD at IBC2009 in September in Amsterdam.

The new unit provides basically the same feature set as the original analog/SD vFlex, although the HD enhancement offers a platform for VBI and VANC data-processing for SD/HD-SDI, as well as graphics insertion.

Softel, headquartered in Punta Gorda, Fla., said vFlex is its next-gen SDI inserter that will fully support the insertion of subtitles, teletext, wide-screen signaling and other ancillary data into the transport stream.

The vFlex also provides for opt cue encoding/decoding and bridging, while combining data processing with CG and graphic keying — allowing the insertion of clocks, bugs and other graphics into transmitted video.



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