09.02.2003 12:00 PM
Vela to showcase HD decoders at IBC 2003

Vela will preview its new CineView HD LE decoder during IBC 2003.

The entry-level CineView HD LE is a PCI-based MPEG-2 HD decoder targeted to the professional video market. Enabling frame-accurate playback of 4:2:0 video in both HD and SD profiles, this new decoder gives operators flexibility in a transition to HDTV. The HD LE supports data rates up to 80 Mbps, depending on stream type and system configuration.

Vela is also showing its CineCast HD, a SCSI-based 4:2:0 decoder for broadcast-quality high definition video. This model is suitable for digital video archiving, post-production, advertising, mapping, electronic cinema, geographic information systems and other video distribution/display applications. The CineCast HD is available as single and dual channel HD models and can be integrated within a 1-RU chassis.

Vela's HD decoder boards support all ATSC HD standards. The Vela CineView HD LE decoder is scheduled for release in early 2004.

For more information, visit Vela at IBC2003 Stand 1.118 or www.vela.com.

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