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Calibre to launch video wall processor

Ian McMurray 25 May 2011
Calibre to launch video wall processor

Scheduled for introduction at InfoComm, Calibre UK’s LEDView510 video wall processors are targeted at the rental/staging market and are said to offer extremely high-quality, low latency image processing at a competitive price point.

The LEDView510 is a flexible routing switcher and interface for connecting LED screens to almost any HD and SD video source. Key features include a multiple-unit mode with auto-zoom functionality which allows several LEDView510s to be connected together, each powering its own LED screen. A wall of up to four screens high by four screens wide can be created, with a maximum screen resolution of 7,680 x 4,800. With low latency and genlock capability, the LEDView510 is claimed to be ideal for rental/staging hire fleets and for in-camera use on TV sets and at large sports grounds.

For optimum inventory utilisation on hire fleets, the LEDView510 now can be switched into a projector mode which includes the warp and blend capabilities of HQView520, so can be used for LED or projection displays as required.

“Due to its low latency processing, it the most efficient LED processor available in the market in its performance and price category,” said says Tim Brooksbank, chairman at Calibre UK. “We’re very excited about showing it off at InfoComm 2011”

The product has been shortlisted for a 2011 Rental and Staging Award for Best Video Signal Processing. The ceremony will take place during InfoComm 2011 where winners will be announced.

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