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MGP Pro HDCP-Compliant Multi-Window Processors Now Shipping

Extron Electronics is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the MGP 462 Pro and MGP 464 Pro, two new powerful, high resolution multi-window processors that enable the simultaneous display of multiple images on a single screen — two windows for the MGP 462 Pro and four windows for the MGP 464 Pro. Full HDCP compliance at all HDMI inputs and outputs assures worry-free presentation of protected content. The MGP Pro also provides two simultaneous outputs that generate HDMI and RGBHV video, simplifying integration with different display devices. The MGP 462 Pro and MGP 464 Pro are ideal for applications that require side-by-side display of critical quality graphics and video content from multiple sources.

“With the MGP 462 and 464 Pro, integrators can display HDCP-encrypted content in multiple windows, easily incorporating digital video sources into AV systems,” says Casey Hall, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Extron. “These multi-window processors switch HDCP-encrypted content quickly and reliably, providing performance and flexibility in mission-critical applications.”

To enhance and simplify integration of sources and displays, the MGP 462 Pro and MGP 464 Pro feature Key Minder®, an Extron-exclusive technology that authenticates and maintains continuous HDCP encryption between input and output devices to ensure quick and reliable switching. In addition, the MGP Pro includes Extron’s innovative Graphic Still Store, a feature that enables screen captures of the current output, or images uploaded from a PC, to be stored for use as presentation background images. Live video from an HDMI source can also serve as the background to any presentation.

For large-scale applications, two or three MGP 462 Pro or MGP 464 Pro units may be cascaded to create displays with six to 12 windows. Optional HDMI and 3G-SDI/HD-SDI inputs enable easy integration of digital video sources into AV systems, and together with the HDMI output, allow the MGP 462 Pro and MGP 464 Pro to operate within an all-digital video system.

To watch the MGP 464 Pro Out of the Box video, please visit: www.extron.com/mgpprovideo

For more information on the MGP Pro, please visit: www.extron.com/mgppropr

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