Apantac Launches Cost-Effective UHD Multiviewer


At the 2017 NAB Show Apantac, a provider of multiviewers, video walls, extenders, and signal processing solutions, will launch the latest addition to its Mi Series of “affordable and fully featured” video multiviewers.

Apantac's new MX-32-4KDP is designed to display UHD (3840 pixels × 2160 lines) signals for a multitude of applications where visual confidence and analysis of video signals is critical.  This includes monitoring incoming feeds in a control room or displaying and monitoring live multi-camera production for sports & events. The MX-32-4KDP allows users to monitor up to 32 independent sources, which can include UHD / 3G Level A&B / HD / SD / SD-SDI inputs and provides a UHD DisplayPort output up to 3840x2160 resolution.



An included DisplayPort output allows the cost-effective use of consumer-grade UHD monitors that support the DisplayPort 1.2 interface. [Display Port is a display interface that is an alternative to HDMI. DisplayPort 1.2 is capable of displaying 4K/UHD resolution up to 4096x2160, RGB 10 bits, at 50/60 Hz.] This also provides a solution for broadcast professionals to utilize the feature set of a multiviewer on a 4K (4096x2160) or UHD display. Each multiviewer window can now be four times the previous resolution.

The MX-32-4KDP multiviewer includes a custom on-screen display for complete layout flexibility that can show audio meters, custom view labels, overlays, tally indicators and UMD, and the ability to resize and position each window independently. 



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