TV One has further advanced their exclusive CORIO®2 Technology with the addition of the new frame lock feature, a useful tool that could aid in the synchronizing of an HD-SDI output to a composite video source, or for scaling one resolution to another while avoiding any potential frame-rate conversion artefacts. In addition to being available on all new C2-2000A Series of Video Switcher/Scalers, frame lock capability can also be added to existing units in the field by performing a free firmware upgrade from the TV One website.
Developed in response to the demand from the Broadcast Industry, this new frame lock feature enables the user to lock an output resolution frame rate to an input resolution frame rate (providing that both frame rates are identical) thus assuring that the signals will remain aligned and not drift apart. For example, a 1280x720p @ 59.94Hz output could be frame-locked to a composite video NTSC @ 59.94Hz source, or a 1920x1080i @ 50Hz output could be frame-locked to a composite video PAL @ 50Hz source.
Steven Mattingly, Managing Director of TV One comments, “As a company, TV One remains dedicated to our clients at all times, valuing customer service and satisfaction above all else. We take every opportunity to listen to what our customers have to say about our products and always welcome their feedback.” Mattingly goes on, “Our customers told us that they needed this feature on our products, and we are delighted to be able to now offer this as standard, not only on brand new products, but also as a free upgrade to units that they may already have in their possession.”
World-renowned for their premium-quality CORIO®2 video and audio processing technology, TV One will be demonstrating their vast product range at the up-coming InfoComm 09 Exhibition being held from June 17-19 in Orlando, Florida, Booth 3724.
For more information, contact Linda Douwsma at TV One.
From TV One, 2791 Circleport Drive, Erlanger, KY, 41018, 800-721-4044, 859-282-7303, http://www.tvone.com.