Crystal Vision will highlight its IP platform, the MARBLE-V1 media processor hardware and initial six software apps including protocol conversion between ST 2022 and ST 2110. Among the full range of modular SDI interface and keying products on show will be the Safire 3 real-time chroma keyer.
The Crystal Vision MARBLE-V1 media processor is the industry's most flexible solution to video over IP. A range of software apps run on media processor hardware. The apps can be changed with different apps as needs change – helping broadcast engineers to make the most of their budgets. Featuring a powerful CPU/GPU processor that runs Linux and a Crystal Vision OS layer, which is the connecting fabric to the software-defined apps, MARBLE-V1 is a card housed in the Vision frame.
Crystal Vision Safire 3 real-time chroma keyer
Also on stand is the Safire 3 real-time chroma keyer, which is now the lowest cost of the industry's best real-time chroma keyers following a significant price drop. With its advantages including Crystal Vision's responsive technical support and five year warranty, Safire 3 is ideal for applications from weather to immersive virtual studios, with a simple intuitive workflow for setting up a key, support for resolutions from SD to 1080p and features such as lighting compensation, colour correction and video delay to help solve common real world issues. Enhancements over the last year include new colour spill processing, as well as improved live operation following changes made to the VisionPanel control panel.
Other products on stand include a range of SDI interfaces, including up and down converters, logo keyers, video delays, fail-safe routing switches, synchronisers, colour correctors, audio embedders and fibre transmitters and receivers.
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