08.24.2005 12:00 AM
IBC2005: DVC to Celebrate Fifteenth Anniversary
Celebrating its fifteenth anniversary next month at the IBC in Amsterdam (Booth 6.104), DVC will present several of its newest products, including the ScreenDisk CV830, an ultra-high end video workstation for video analysis applications and uncompressed 4k, 2k and HD playback.

The CV830 allows viewing multiple video sequences on the same video display. Some of the viewing modes are Pan, Zoom, Jog/Shuttle, video sequences Side by Side, Mirror and A-B. Outputs are DVI, VGA, dual-link HD-SDI and analog component video. For input formats, DVC reported that the CV830 can load any file format.

DVC will show its ClipRecorder XTreme with HD-SDI and DVI outputs. This is an uncompressed, multi-standard, multi-channel digital disk recorder with single and dual-link HD-SD inputs and outputs. The latest-generation ClipRecorder now features additional DVI outputs that support all VESA rasters up to 2k. DVC reported that the ClipRecorder can play the native rasters of most projectors and flat displays without scaling.

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