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08.13.2008
Miranda to Highlight HD Products at IBC
At IBC2008, Miranda will highlight a number of new HD products including a single card Densite Series 3G/HD/SD video and audio processor, expansion options for the Kaleido-X multiviewer, and audio and graphics capabilities for the Imagestore 750 master branding and control processor.

The new Densite Series XVP-3901 offers advanced 3G/HD/SD video and audio processing on a single card for incoming/outgoing feed applications. The module accepts 3G/HD/SD signals via BNC or fibre, and provides simultaneous 3G/HD and SD outputs. Signals can be up/down/cross converted and frame synchronized. Black side panels introduced during up/down conversion can be filled using an integral background keyer.

The Kaleido-X high-quality, multi-image display system can now be integrated with Pro-Bel’s Sirius routers to create combined multi-image and routing systems with control of up to 512 HD/SD video inputs and up to 64 multi-image display outputs. The new Intuition XG co-processor extends the graphics capabilities of the Imagestore 750 HD/SD master control and channel branding system. The co-processor offers multilevel character generation, animation and clip play-out, and can be readily controlled by Miranda’s Xmedia Suite graphics and voice-over automation.

Miranda will also who new advanced audio capabilities for the Imagestore 750 master control and branding processor, including full support of Dolby E decoding/encoding, Dolby Digital encoding, and high-performance, stereo to 5.1 upmixing using Linear Acoustic technology.

Miranda will be at Stand 8.B80.


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