07.21.2005 01:44 PM
Miranda to highlight new HD offerings


Miranda will unveil the Kaleido-Quad four-input processor at IBC2005.
Miranda Technologies will show several new HD products at IBC2005, including the HD-Bridge Dec HDV to HD-SDI interface, two new HD Imagestore channel branding processors and two new Kaleido HD multi-image display processors.

HD-Bridge Dec provides HDV to HD-SDI 1080i/720p conversion. Featuring a built-in crossconverter for conversion between 720p and 1080i, the interface accepts HDV via an IEEE-1394 (iLink, FireWire) connection and provides dual HD-SDI outputs.

The company will show three new products in the Oxtel Series Imagestore range of HD/SD channel branding and master control switching processors. The Imagestore HDTV, Imagestore Intuition HD, and Imagestore 300 processors enable broadcasters to output HD/SD channel branding and promotional graphics with multichannel audio mixing.

Miranda also has launched two HD multi-image display processors: the Kaleido-Alto-HD 10-input processor and the Kaleido-Quad four-input processor.

See Miranda Technologies at IBC2005 stand 8.241, or visit www.miranda.com.

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