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TV One Releases Powerful Scaler/Seamless Switcher for Under $1800

ERLANGER, KY, February 2, 2007–TV One has done it again, created a user-friendly scaler/ seamless switcher that incorporate the award-winning CORIO2 technology that retails for less then $1800. It has six inputs and also does Edge Blending, Picture in Picture, Keying, Mixing and Genlock.

The C2-1250 scales the RGB or YPbPr input signal. The six inputs consist of two Composite, two S-Video, YUV/YPbPr Component and RGB/YPbPr via HD-15. It has two outputs which are two RGB or YPbPr. It can handle any computer resolutions up to 2048×2048 and HDTV Resolutions to 1080p. It also offers integral Stereo Audio Switching.

More complex features of the C2-1250 are Chromakey and Lumakey with Fades, Mixing, Picture in Picture and Edge Blending. It also has several new transitions common to the higher priced seamless switchers on the market. The transitions consist of a variety of cuts, fades and wipes.

The new transitions will fade the first video source to reveal black then fade back to the newly selected video source. The default background is black, but the color may be changed to any color. If the unit is set to Mix mode (like when keying or using PIP), the video is revealed during the fade out and fade in. This method provides the illusion of a true cross fade, even in single channel units.

The wipe transition has a choice of left to right, right to left, top to bottom, bottom to top, diagonal and diamond. The wipe size may be changed to create repeated versions of the transitions. This will give a “window blind” or diamond checkerboard effect. The first video source wipes off to reveal the background and then the newly selected source wipes on. The default background is black, but the color may be changed to any color. If the unit is set to Mix mode (like when keying or using PIP), the video is revealed during the fade out and fade in.

The unit can be controlled via RS-232, Windows Control Panel or IR Remote Control and it is Firmware based making it field upgradeable. It is available now and can be seen in action at NSCA in booth 1471. For more information contact Amy Fraley at TV One.

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