04.10.2005 01:13 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Kramer intros integrated video processor
Kramer’s SP-11D processor provides proc amp controls, standards conversion, signal format conversion and time base correction in one box.
Kramer Electronics has expanded its 10-bit image enhancement product line with the introduction of its SP-11D multi-standard, multi-format video processor. The SP-11D provides proc amp controls, standards conversion, signal format conversion and time base correction in one box.
It supports various formats including composite, Y/C, YUV, RGB, RGBS or SDI, and outputs all these formats simultaneously. It will convert signals to any video standard (NTSC, PAL, SECAM), and the output can be genlocked to an external video reference. It can synthesize its own timing to provide a full time-base corrected (TBC) output. The unit also has a genlock input, a genlock output and a split-screen output.
The proc amp controls include video gain, brightness, contrast, color, hue and horizontal and vertical sharpness control. It also offers a full range of color control features for the YUV and RGB color spaces, a four-field processing memory, a freeze frame function and 16 non-volatile memory locations (for storing and recalling settings).
Control of the unit can be achieved through front-panel buttons along with a seven-segment LCD display, and also via RS-232 for use with a computer or third party control system.
For more information, visit www.kramerelectronics.com.
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