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03.12.2004
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Vela unveils HD decoder at NAB2004


The CineView HD LE decodes 480P, 720p and 1080i signals and includes an advanced 2.5D graphic processing unit with warping engine and multi-plane graphic support.

At NAB2004 Vela will unveil the CineView HD LE, a new professional high-definition decoder that supports all HD ATSC standards, both program and transport streams and enables frame-accurate playback of MPEG 4:2:0 video in both HD and SD profiles.

The CineView HD LE decodes 480P, 720p and 1080i signals and includes an advanced 2.5D graphic processing unit with warping engine and multi-plane graphic support. For those looking to run HD video into state-of-the-art multi-media displays, the unit allows users to inexpensively overlay animated graphics, logos and text.

In addition, the CineView HD LE provides a broad range of superior audio features including AAC, AC-3, MPEG and Dolby Digital support. Audio support can be optionally expanded with 6-channel AES and balanced/unbalanced analog input and output.

The CineView HD LE also supports trick modes such as pause, fast-forward, slow motion and rewind. Time code support, video scaling, LTC input/output, VTR machine control and optional DVB/ASI input all help make the CineView HD LE the high definition decoder of choice.

Visit Vela on the Web at www.vela.com or at their NAB booth SL1780.

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