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Barco 4K60 Tri-Combo Output Card

Barco has released its new [email protected] Tri-Combo output card, along with enhanced expandability of its Event Master screen management platform. Barco is releasing a new [email protected] output card, powerful new Super-Destination programming mode and an enhanced system expansion capability. So users of its industry-leading Event Master screen management systems can considerably expand their possibilities. The new output card, along with software release 5.1, launched at ISE 2018 in Amsterdam.

Barco Event Master screen management systems offer event professionals extremely flexible, powerful, and scalable solutions for shows of all sizes. The E2 is designed for large shows, while the compact S3-4K offers similar performance, yet is more economical for smaller events. The Ex is an affordable processor which can link to E2 or S3 to provide additional inputs and outputs, locally or remotely, as well as providing additional processing resources. With this new software upgrade, event producers can create even larger screens, with more I/O and a greater number of layers possible.

The enhanced expansion linking support means users can scale the system to even larger shows. Up to eight of the same chassis types can now be linked to create much larger systems, when needed.

With new Super-Destination Programming Mode for smaller shows, the same units can be used to support multiple smaller systems. Regardless of the size of the system, Event Master continues to provide full [email protected] 4:4:4 12-bit processing and low latency. With the new Super-Destination programming mode, users can program processing resources for multiple screens separately per screen, or as Super-Layers which span the larger single Super-Destination, allowing maximum flexibility of processing resources.

In addition, Quad 3G-SDI I/O supports [email protected] as quadrants or 2SI (2 Sample Interleave) or may be used to support four independent HD signals.

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