Transvideo’s new TitanHD2Rx receiver on left, StarliteRF monitor with Rx at center, and the TitanHD2 Tx with the StarliteRF on the right.
At IBC 2016, Transvideo will present several new monitoring solutions designed to streamline cinematography and broadcast workflows.
At IBC 2016, Transvideo will present its new range of high technology monitoring solutions, designed to speed up workflows in cinematography and broadcast, streamlining the ways that creatives can collectively share what they need to see, with convenient easy to use built-in tools and with Transvideo’s proven reliability.
Transvideo will show its new state of the art wireless transmission system, StarliteRF. The new product is a 5” lightweight 3G-SDI touch screen OLED wireless monitor-recorder with built-in wireless receiver, supplied with the small but powerful transmitter TitanHD2 Tx. It’s a state of the art, unique system giving a reliable connection in seconds, and already being adopted by the motion picture and broadcast industries as well as rental companies. The wireless video connectivity is low loss and without any transmission delay.
A specific function allows StarliteRF to be paired with two different transmitters and toggle between them during operation to receive video signals from two TitanHD2 transmitters in A/B camera configuration. The Titan HD2 wireless system has been tested and proven in working television studio environments to be interference free.
TitanHD2 Rx is a new stand-alone receiver now available to complete the flexibility of this wireless video transmission system. With a range of 200m/600ft, multiple TitanHD2 Rx can be paired, providing a scalable solution for many applications in cinematography and broadcast, and also for rental companies.
The TitanHD2 and StarliteRF have successfully passed the certification for several countries including Europe, USA, Canada, Korea and Japan. They can be operated legally in these countries and offer safety for the operator.
Totally cable-free StarliteRF is designed for directors, DOPs, focus pullers, camera assistants, gimbal users, aerial cinematographers, drone pilots, rental companies and more.
Another new product, Stargate, is a landmark 7” new generation high end monitor-recorder offering new technology and functions in a compact and rugged, camera-mountable package. Stargate is full HD, 4K/6G compatible, and is an essential production tool for directors, DOPs, focus-pullers, technical directors, engineers... Stargate provides all the necessary functions in an intuitive interface with customary Transvideo accuracy and reliability.
Stargate offers fast path processing with immediate display capabilities, increasingly important in many shooting situations. It has the ability to record dailies (H264 -> MP4/MKV) on to SD cards. It features 3D LUTs – the Stargate is evolutive, ready for HDR, 6G and 12G SDI.
Also on the stand will be Transvideo's StarliteARRI, StarliteHD mini monitor/recorder, and CineMonitorHD.
Visit sister companies Transvideo and Aaton-Digital, part of the ITHAKI Group, at IBC 2016 in Hall 12 on stand 12.F30, RAI Centre, Amsterdam, exhibition September 9-13.
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