02.21.2007 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Doremi introduces new V1-HD/LE disk recorder

Doremi Labs has introduced the V1-HD/LE Disk Recorder for AV applications. The V1-HD/LE's real-time recording excels in AV applications where the video material is updated frequently.

Until now, affordable HD video media players provided video playback; but without recording capability, they are impractical in applications where the video content needs to be frequently updated. Doremi's new V1-HD/LE provides a practical solution for AV projects that require a real-time HD video recorder.

The V1-HD/LE's HD playback is a perfect match for high-resolution video projectors, plasma and LCD displays. Applications for the V1-HD/LE include theme parks, museums, concerts and other stage events.

The V1-HD/LE records and plays HD-SDI and SDI video at a compression ratio better than 2:1. The V1-HD/LE features two hot-swap removable drives for up to 80 minutes of recording. It stores multiple video files in any SD or HD format, 1080i, 1080p, 720p, 525 and 625-line video.

For more information, visit www.doremilabs.com.



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