05.15.2006 02:19 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Leitch offers HD/SD serial digital legalizer

Broadcast and production professionals are using video legalizers like the DL-860 from Leitch to conform incoming video signals to industry-defined legal limited ranges.

Harris is now offering a cost-effective solution as part of its Leitch product line that eliminates the guesswork of signal legalization for both HD and SD signals.

The DL-860 accepts all HD and SD formats, and offers complete flexibility for legalizing HDI-SDI or SD-SDI signals. Its output format tracks the input format. The signal can be legalized to HD, SD, RGB and/or encoded color space. CRC values are monitored and recalculated to ensure proper output values. Input equalization added to the incoming video is displayed on the front panel.

All limits are variable, allowing for many custom configurations to the HD and SD clips, encoded gamut, and RGB gamut limits. All operational parameters, including the selectable bypass function, are also supported via Ethernet using the embedded Web server interface. The DL-860 is also compatible with the Leitch CCS Navigator control and monitoring software, and the NUCLEUS user-customizable control panel.

The Harris legalizer product line also includes the original DL-810 for SD signal input.

For more information, visit www.harris.com.

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