tvOne CORIOmaster Micro

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tvOne CORIOmaster Micro

The C3-503, CORIOmaster micro addition to the CORIOmaster family is a smaller video wall processor, designed to offer a more efficient approach to building video wall systems that are suitable to highly visual corporate meeting and collaboration enviroments. The CORIOThe many faces of CORIO® master The worldʼs most flexible multi-window video processor for creative video The CORIO® master is today’s most powerful creative video wall processor. Its modular I/O system provides you with the flexibility of any signal in, to any signal out including 4K. Now with the new streaming media & 4K playback input module the processors can accept dual IP streams up to 1080p, 4K file playback and 8K still images via USB3.0 and internal memory – all on one card, in one slot. CORIOmaster micro uses tvONE’s proprietary CORIO3 technology to deliver video processing power for creative and dynamic video wall displays. Specifically designed to be easy to deploy without compromising performance, presentation, or functionality, CORIOmaster micro is well suited for four-screen 2x2 video walls or small multiviewer applications that do not require a full sized CORIOmaster.

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