UHD outputs have been added to Apantac’s T# and Mi multiviewers.
According to the company, due to the wide adoption of the HDMI 2.0 interface in consumer displays, broadcast-quality multiviewers used with off-the-shelf displays are affordable and effective for a variety of content applications.
The company maintains that the HDMI 2.0 interface at 18Gbps brings numerous benefits to media professionals as they are now able to view all the signals with a greater level of detail; up to 4K / UHD 60Hz at 4:4:4 on HDMI 2.0-capable displays.
The new UHD output supports includes a UHD output card for Apantac’s flagship T# modular multi-format multiviewer series. The Mi-16-UHD and Mi-8 12G-UHD are the UHD output versions of the more cost-effective Mi-16 and Mi8 products. The Mi-16-UHD and the Mi-8 12G-UHD multiviewers have the same feature set as their HD counterpart but with HDMI 2.0 and 12G SDI outputs, plus down converted 1080p HDMI and 1080p/i SDI outputs. A popular feature includes the multiviewer layout design, which incorporates predefined PIP (picture-in-picture) size plus two PIPs with fully adjustable sizes up to full screen images.
Stand Number: 8.E43