04.01.2003 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
FusionPro high-resolution video display processors gain new features

New features for the FusionPro High-Resolution Video Display Processor from Irish multi-video display solution developer and provider Zandar Technologies, will make their NAB debut on NAB booth #C3846.

The FusionPro processor manages multi-system control software with support for graphics and audio.

Deirdre Smith, CEO of Zandar, said that the latest products extend “the boundaries of what can be achieved at both the high end of display applications as well as in general purpose and entry level environments.”

The FusionPro along with the new features will be shown on a variety of display devices at NAB including two Clarity Visual Systems UXGA rear projection cubes, a Christie Digital SXGA rear projection cube and a Zenith 30" LCD monitor. New features on display will include:

  • High Quality UXGA (1600 x 1200) output

  • In-Picture Audio Monitoring of analog, AES/EBU & SDI embedded audio

  • HD Inputs

  • Z-Manager multi-system control software with support for graphics and audio

The FusionPro High-Resolution Video Display Processor combines multi-window display technology with our most powerful image processor to date. The FusionPro carries a range of plug in processing cards and associated i/o, enabling users to combine input formats - analog video, SDI, computer, DVI and HD - in the one system.

Zandar’s new FusionPro 3RU has been in use in a number of key installations since March 2002. Some of these installations include Mellon Financial Corporation Pittsburgh, Star TV Hong Kong, The European Broadcasting Union and WIN Television Network Australia.

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