05.16.2006 05:09 PM
Ensemble Design unveils BrightEye 75

The Ensemble Designs BrightEye 75 is an analog-video-to-digital-converter and audio embedder.

Standard definition component or composite, or high definition analog component video is accepted on the input BNCs. Two channels of analog audio are input on a pluggable Phoenix connector.

The BrightEye 75 is well suited for use with HD cameras or other devices with analog I/O. The digital output will carry the full, uncompressed input, synchronous to a genlock reference.

The built-in TBC/frame synchronizer allows users to feed asynchronous or noisy signals to the BrightEye 75. The input is digitized to 12 bits of resolution and time base corrected by a noise tolerant tracking circuit. An external reference input allows genlock to a house reference.

For more information, visit www.ensembledesigns.com.

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