08.18.2009 03:37 PM
TV One to show new multiviewer at IBC2009

TV One will be showing the new CX-750-4 multiwindow processor at IBC2009, in Amsterdam. The CX-750-4 allows for up to four separate images to be placed within windows of any size and positioned anywhere on one screen with or without borders.

Six still image stores are built into the product, which can recall one of 10 images each to be used in place of the DVI-I inputs to add custom logos or backgrounds. Settings are stored in nonvolatile memory and retained even when power is switched off. Ten user-defined presets (two controlled from the front panel) are available to customize settings for various applications.



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