Selenio X100

Skrivet av peter@divitec.se fre, 2014-07-25 13:17
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Dual-Channel Frame Synchronizer and Converter

Imagine Communications continues to reset the bar for top-performing,
feature-rich and cost-effective processors with the introduction of the
intelligent dual-channel Selenio X100™ frame synchronizer and converter.
Featuring two inputs to two converted outputs, the Selenio X100 delivers
a wide array of analog and digital real-time baseband video and audio
processing capabilities, along with the exceptional quality and dependability
that have been the hallmark of the popular, award-winning Imagine
Communications series of 1RU processors.
 
The Selenio X100 reliably supports SD and HD formats, including built-in
3 Gb/s 1080p Level A and Level B-DL processing, and is equipped with
easy-to-use control and monitoring via a built-in web server.
The Selenio X100 is shipped with a multitude of standard features such as
video processing, color correction and clipping, dual logo generation/insertion,
an expanded data wrangler for VANC data and metadata processing for
up to 16 services, and GPI and time code insertion and extraction.
Superior audio functionality includes two 16-channel SDI de-embedders
and embedders, 16 AES input or output ports, 8-channel input and output
analog audio interfaces and 32-channel internal audio processing.
 
At Imagine Communications, our solutions are designed to meet today’s
needs, as well as the requirements of tomorrow — the Selenio X100 is
future-proofed for 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10 GigE) uncompressed baseband
over IP, Ultra HDTV (4K) or MPEG encoding/decoding to ensure support for
hybrid and next-generation television and production systems.
 
From ingest to outbound processing and tape archive to production and
post production applications and much more, the powerful, energy-efficient
Selenio X100 processor easily integrates into the signal workflow of any
broadcast environment, including mobile production/OB trucks, small stations,
production studios and larger networks.