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.

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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.

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