01.20.2010 09:56 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Ross Video releases quad-split video processor

Ross Video has released the QSP-8229, a quad-split video processor. The QSP-8229 monitors up to four video inputs combined into a single quad-split output with configurable UMD and bordering capability. The four configurable outputs can be assigned to be a quad output or a pass-through of the input, with a full video proc, offering additional outputs for use elsewhere in a system.

The QSP-8229 features passive looping inputs, allowing it to fit into any video path without the need for additional DAs. Looping is performed on the back module to ensure the signal path is not lost even if the processor is removed. DashBoard control allows each quadrant to optionally display a static source ID and/or borders with fully adjustable color and transparency. Each output can be triggered to display the quad-split or full screen with local GPI control or remote DashBoard control. The QSP-8229 is compatible with the openGear frame system.

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