Brick House Video to show Proteus standards converter
August 11, 2005
Brick House has responded to growing industry concerns over lip sync errors by including fully integrated audio delay and synchronization in the Proteus standards converter.
Brick House Video will demonstrate the new Proteus broadcast standards converter, at IBC2005.
Brick House has responded to growing industry concerns over lip sync errors by offering fully integrated audio delay and synchronization (up to several seconds) for this highly compact unit.
Key Proteus features include:
advanced motion adaptive standards conversion algorithm; 10-bit SDI, composite (NTSC, PAL), component (YUV) and Y/C formats; high-quality NTSC/PAL decoder (10-bit, 4-line adaptive comb); full audio delay/synchronization options for AES, analog and embedded audio; video and audio processing controls; format converter, synchronizer, TBC and audio mux/demuxer; compact and rugged, field portable/desktop unit or rack mount version.
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