11.26.2008 08:39 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Crystal Vision offers up to 21 seconds of HD video delay

Crystal Vision has released its ViViD HD-20, a variable video delay line designed for engineers who need to match any long delays in their system. The product provides an exceptionally long delay with up to 21 seconds in HD and 119 seconds in SD and also saves space by allowing 12 video delay modules to fit in just 2RU.

ViViD HD-20 is ideal for use as part of a profanity delay system or to match MPEG encoders and decoders, MPEG-compressed HD radio links or virtual studio graphics that require more than half a second of HD delay. The output timing is based on the video input and is adjustable in seconds, frames, lines and pixels. ViViD HD-20 has a minimum delay of 12µs in HD and 46µs in SD. The 100mm x 266mm module fits in Crystal Vision's standard rack frames alongside any of its interface, keying or picture storage products.

For more information, visit www.crystalvision.tv.

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