08.18.2009 11:49 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Interface Media Group adds Sony MVS-6000 production switcher

Washington, D.C.-based production and post-production house Interface Media Group (IMG) has added Sony’s new MVS-6000 production switcher to its lineup.

At the heart of the MVS-6000 switcher is Sony’s new “system on a chip” image processor. This technology embeds a keyer component and DME processing within the switcher’s CPU and enables multiformat switching, multiple key channels, transitions and DME functions to be carried out on one chip. This efficiency allows for a compact design, high-speed effect processing and low power consumption.

The new multiformat MVS-6000 switcher inherits many of the capabilities and features of Sony’s flagship MVS-8000G, but packages them in a small and efficient design. It is expandable with up to 49 inputs, provides internal effects capability and is available in configurations up to 2.5ME.

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