PORTLAND, ORE.—Multiviewer, video walls, extenders and signal processing provider Apantac is set to display two models of its HDMI 2.0 UHD multiviewer series to attendees at the upcoming IBC 2017 conference.
Both models of multiviwers provide entry into 4K/UHD multi-image display for broadcast and ProAV visual environments including control rooms, digital signage and more. One model includes a KVM feature whereby KVM and a multiviewer are working together on a UHD screen. The demonstration will show four computers connected, with KVM functionality in a multiviewer display environment.
This MiniDE-4-UHD and MiniDE-4-UHD-K are ideal for displaying up to four sources on a single UHD monitor or projector. The added benefit is that users can mix input resolutions and sources all the way up to 4K on a single display.
The MiniDE-4-UHD accepts 4x HDMI inputs, 1x VGA input, 1x DisplayPort input, 1x analog audio input, 1x HDMI output and 1x DisplayPort output as well as an analog audio output. The MiniDE-4-UHD-K displays up to four HDMI computer inputs with keyboard and mouse functions on the same screen. They both accept SD, HD and true UHD/4K at 60Hz input resolutions. The output resolution can be set for 1280x720p at 60Hz, 1920x1080p at 60Hz or 3840x2160p at 30Hz or 60Hz. All with 4:4:4 color sampling. There are six predefined and eight customized possible screen layouts. PIP and POP modes are also supported.
Control and configuration is handled through a web interface, Ethernet, and RS232. As with all Apantac multiviewers, display layout creation is simple and extremely intuitive.
Apantac will showcase and demonstrate its new UHD Multiviewers at IBC stand 8.E37.
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