06.18.2009 01:57 PM
Miranda Technologies introduces Densité lip-sync probe

Miranda Technologies has launched the Densité HLP-1801, a new lip-sync probe module that performs automated detection of video and audio synchronization errors.

The lip-sync probe integrates tightly with Miranda’s Kaleido multiviewers and iControl facility monitoring to create effective, low-operating-cost monitoring systems. These systems combine electronic monitoring with monitoring by exception to enable a single operator to monitor many channels simultaneously.

The Densité HLP-1801 module features two HD/SD inputs for the reference and probed signals. It is accurate to +/-1ms. The module supports 16 channels of embedded audio on each input signal. In addition to lip-sync detection, it also performs video and audio presence detection.

The HLP-1801 is compatible with both Densite-2 and Densite-3 frames, and up to 20 modules can be fitted within the Densite-3 frame.



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