PORTLAND, ORE.—A provider of multiviewers, video walls, extenders and signal processors, Apantac is set to introduce its new Hybrid Multiviewer at the 2015 IBC Show. This new system supports IP/ASI and SDI/CVBS baseband signals to its TAHOMA platform.
The new TAHOMA-IL hybrid multiviewer accepts a mix of IP/ASI streams and baseband video signals, displaying them on one more monitors. The IL multiviewers accept H.264, MPEG-2 and MPEG-4, multicast and unicast over UDP or ASI, as well as MP1L2, AAC-LC and HEC-AAC-LC audio formats. Baseband signal support includes 3G/HD/SD-SDI, in addition to composite video formats. The hybrid mulltiviewer can mix and match up to 20 IP and SDI/CBVS images on a single display.
Other features with the TAHOMA-IL multiviewer include high resolution HDMI/DVI ouputs, an optional SDI output, output resolution up to 1920x1200p, and built-in CATx extenders of up to 115 ft. The Apantac Skin Technology is also available and offers visual layout setup and onscreen display, including borders, labels, GPI/O, tally, visual and audio alarms, AFD & WSS, alarm monitoring, close captioning, safe area makers, audio meters, analogue and digital clocks.
Apantac will showcase its new product at booth 8.E37 during IBC 2015 from Sept. 11-15 in Amsterdam.
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