04.21.2005 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
DVC introduces latest ClipRecorder Xtreme with XENA2 boards

Digital Video Computing (DVC) debuted the new ClipRecorder XTreme with the new XENA2 (formerly KONA2) uncompressed multistandard I/O boards at NAB2005.

All models of the ClipRecorder XTreme now have dual-link HD, HD and SD inputs and 8- or 10-bit outputs via the XENA2. Users have the option of 4:2:2 or 4:4:4 operating modes. An analog component output with 12-bit D/A conversion is available.

With the XENA2 I/O channel, hardware up- and down-conversion from HD to SD and vice versa is supported. The new server platform used for ClipRecorder Xtreme allows the use of multiple XENA I/O boards.

DVC also showed the new ClipRecorder Light which can record uncompressed HD and SD.

For more information, visit www.digitalvideo.de.

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