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InfoComm 2010: blend, warp and edge blend multiple formats with Calibre’s PVProHD-IW processor

Calibre UK announces the powerful new PVProHD-IW professional HD HQView image scaler with warping, rotation and edge blend for use in a virtually unlimited range of projection applications.

See Calibre at InfoComm 2010, Booth N533

Calibre UK announces the powerful new PVProHD-IW professional HD HQView image scaler with warping, rotation and edge blend for use in a virtually unlimited range of projection applications.

The PVProHD-IW has all the control and high-quality advanced features that are expected from a Calibre image processing product and sets new standards with its easy to use warp capability, superb scaling, broadcast grade de-interlacing, outstanding noise reduction and image enhancement.

Warping of any projector images can be performed for display onto many surfaces including extreme off-angle projection, curved screens and unusual or non-geometric shapes. The product is seamlessly set-up from a standard laptop or PC. PVProHD-IW intuitively recalculates warp parameters as required to suit input resolution changes, aspect ratio, height, width and overscan adjustments without the need to load a separate warp map for each input configuration.

The blending of multiple projectors is performed using Calibre’s proprietary algorithms which allow precise control of blend S-curve, gamma and blend region width and can work with 1, 2, 3 or 4 blend regions per projector.

Black level correction is also provided with independent control of up to 9 regions with 10-bit adjustment of granularity. Importantly blend processing is 16-bit accurate for de-gamma, blend, black level correction and re-gamma to ensure crisp, clean images without introduction of black level noise or greyscale banding.

In presenting the product for the first time at InfoComm in Las Vegas, Tim Brooksbank, Chairman of Calibre UK adds: “our flagship PVProHD broadcast grade products are already in use in a number of extremely high profile North American applications. We look forward to welcoming visitors and customers on our booth to introduce them to the brand new PVProHD-IW product and its powerful image warp and blend capabilities for the broadcast and ProAV display environment.?

www.calibreuk.com

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