12.27.2006 06:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Doremi unveils 4K mastering, playback system

Doremi Labs has introduced a 4K resolution image mastering and playback system that provides a total of 4096 x 2160 lines of resolution — more than four times the display area of 1080p video.

Until now, 4K image playback required the use of up to four synchronized HD video servers. These systems have limited the growth of 4K applications.

Doremi Labs' engineering team has developed a unique 4K mastering and playback system that circumvents common 4K design barriers and requires only one Doremi server and an image processor for playback.

Doremi Labs' 4K playback system requires 4RU of space and does not require synchronization of multiple servers. The 4K system provides four DVI or four dual-link HD-SDI video streams for connection to the 4K projector.

For more information, visit www.doremilabs.com.

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