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08.10.2009
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Frontniche introduces professional Blu-ray DVD player

Frontniche has introduced a professionally modified Pioneer Blu-ray DVD player featuring 3G/HDSDI/SDI, embedded audio O/P and multiregion playback capability.

The BDP-V6000HDSDI was designed for the broadcast and post-production industries, and also can be used for driving professional projectors in viewing room theatres where only an HD/SDI/P are available. With the hard wire remote control, the product is also ideal for HD and SD ingest.

The player incorporates support for Blu-ray Disc and DVD media in both NTSC and PAL formats. Additionally, the player offers 1080P at 50/60 Hz, a genlock option and RS-232C support for control by remote devices or through the Frontniche Proprietary Control Software.

Users can navigate through a disc’s title, chapter and time code menus quickly and easily. The unit outputs 30 and 25 frames per second, and supports playback of all BD regional titles. One gigabyte of memory allows new video content to be downloaded to the player from BD-Live without having to remaster a BD disc while a USB 2.0 port supports external devices to expand BD Live storage capacity.


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