tvONE, a UK-based designer and manufacturer of video processing, signal distribution and media playback equipment, has launched new HDMI quad input and quad output modules for CORIOmaster, CORIOmaster mini, and CORIOmaster micro.
The modules grow the maximum number of inputs on a 4RU CORIOmaster to 56, while the 1RU CORIOmaster mini can achieve up to 16 inputs or up to 20 outputs. For the first time, it’s possible to create huge video walls with the CORIOmaster mini, with 3x3, 4x4, and 5x4 walls being easily achievable. CORIOmaster micro now has up to eight inputs or eight outputs in a half width 1RU chassis. Users can also create projector edge blends, LED installations or deploy switcher applications.
For 4K output applications, the recently released 4K60 output module (CM-HDMI-4K-SC-2OUT) is fully compatible with the upcoming M412 firmware release, giving a smoother, more immersive video experience for up to 14 4K60 outputs. Other new output choices using this module include 4K60 output cloning or dual, independent, 4K30 outputs. The dual 4K30 outputs double the amount of 4K outputs available to allow connection to up to 28 4K displays in a 4RU rack space, while the new cloning feature makes setting up repeat displays, duplicated side screens, and screen recording much simpler and more efficient to use.
In conjunction with the upcoming M412 firmware upgrade, the companion CORIOgrapher software has also been upgraded. Presets can now be specifically numbered, which makes programming any member of the CORIOmaster family even easier and quicker, while removing automation set-up headaches. This development builds on the recently added layout only and specific window presets, and a cleaner look and feel for CORIOgrapher.
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