Designer and manufacturer Analog Way will be showcasing their newest set of optional interfaces for the VIO 4K during the Integrated Systems Europe trade show this year.
Through a new set of expansion modules, the VIO 4K will feature 9 inputs and 3 independently-scaled outputs that allow the user to configure each video delivery of the selected source, making it the first multi-format converter that simultaneously supports 4K60 4:4:4, DisplayPort 1.2 and 12G-SDI.
Because of the VIO 4K’s flexibility and conversion capabilities, AV professionals are free to choose how they would like to equip their converter, especially since the VIO 4K will now have the ability to output up to 26 million pixels.
The VIO 4K will also be equipped with the Dante interface, which makes it possible to input/output up to eight audio channels to and from a Dante audio network. This also makes it easier to extract any kind of audio content from a video signal to integrate into a network and vice versa.
Analog Way will also be equipping the Ascender 32-4K with the Perspective Layers feature, which is currently already available for the Ascender 48-4K-PL and the LiveCoreTM Output Expander 48-4K-PL.
With the Perspective Layers feature now natively available for the Ascender 32-4K, users will be able to create and animate presentation layers in real time with a virtual viewing perspective.
Operators will now have the ability to change the layer position in X, Y and Z di5-S100.mensions, as well as rotate them according to the three axes.
Creation and management of the Perspective Layers can be managed directly from the Web RCS, an on-board software that offers intuitive control of all seamless switchers based on the LiveCoreTM platform.
The VIO 4K’s interfaces and Ascender 32-4K will be showcased at stand 3-C95.