3G-SDI Quad Split Multiviewers from Osprey.
In what it calls a major expansion of its lineup, Osprey Video is adding 10 range extender, multiviewer, converter, and video-capture products.
The new streaming-solution products include 3G-SDI fiber extender; HDMI 2.0 fiber extender; Mini 3G-SDI-to-HDMI converter; Mini HDMI-to-3G-SDI converter; Scaling 3G-SDI multiviewer; Scaling 3G-SDI-to-HDMI converter; Scaling HDMI-to-3G-SDI converter; 3G-SDI-to-USB 3.0 video capture; 3G-SDI-to-USB 3.0 video capture with SDI loopout and HDMI 1080p60 USB 3.0 video capture.
"These new products are the culmination of our effort to offer our customers a complete line of ingest, conversion, and delivery tools that live up to the Osprey standard," said Scott Whitcomb, business development manager at Osprey Video. "No matter what your budget or your workflow requirements, we've got you covered with point-to-point solutions and support, all at a price that can't be beat for this level of quality. In various combinations, the products are capable of ingesting and distributing video from a multitude of input combinations. By mixing and matching the products, operators can create reliable end-to-end workflows with everything they need and nothing they don't, making it possible to control costs while still delivering video of the highest possible quality.”
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