02.21.2008 08:51 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
FFV to showcase range of HD, SD digital video recorders

At NAB2008, Fast Forward Video (FFV) will demonstrate its SD and HD DVRs, including the company’s Omega digital video recorder.

The HD version of FFV's flagship high-end Omega DVR can record either SD or HD video using JPEG2000 compression up to 100Mb/s. The recorder allows users to simultaneously record, play and store multiple SD and HD video files and create video clips, loops and playlists using simple-touch front-panel controls

The Omega HD has applications including graphics and key fill, station automation, spot insertion and sports/instant replay. The Omega HD uses standard removable SATA drives and offers accurate frame control via RS-422 or Ethernet using standard control protocols.

The company also will feature FieldPro, a compact, ruggedly built DVR designed for universal applications such as news coverage.

See Fast Forward Video in NAB booth N2519, or visit www.ffv.com.

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