Vaddio ProductionView HD MV

Vaddio releases the ProductionView HD MV.
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Vaddio ProductionView HD MV

Jun 8, 2011 1:01 PM

Vaddio releases the ProductionView HD MV, which offers cutting-edge processor technology to the existing ProductionView HD, with the addition of multiviewer capabilities and digital inputs/outputs. ProductionView HD MV is a 6x2 multiformat, seamless video mixer that also provides two discrete outputs for dual-bus program feeds (two independent 6x1 mixers). Input signals include analog HD YPbPr video, RGBHV, and SD (Y/C and CVBS). Input 6 provides a DVI-I input for RGBHV, DVID, and HDMI. The Program and Preview outputs have both analog (YPbPr, RGBHV, Y/C, and CVBS) and digital (DVI-D and HDMI) outputs. HD resolutions up to 1080p/60fps are supported. Camera control features include a broadcaststyle three-axis/one-button hall effect joystick with twist handle zoom control, as well as separate pan, tilt, and speed control knobs. There are six discrete auto-sensing RS-232 camera control ports that are compatible with Vaddio, Sony, Panasonic, and Canon PTZ cameras.
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