Two multiviewer mixers from RGBlink

As debutants at ISE, RGBlink will introduce two new multi viewer mixers at the show this year. The VSP 729 has presentation enhancing features, while the VSP 5162 supports four-layer image processing.
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There are two new multiviewer mixers from RGBlink showing for the first time at ISE this year. The VSP 729 is a five-layer seamless switcher that accepts a wide variety of video signals, including RGB computer video, HDTV and standard definition video. The VSP 729 is said to combine seamless switching with advanced scaling to deliver high quality, high resolution video presentations. Its presentation-enhancing features include: independent preview and programme outputs, various transition effects, multiple windows (up to five), four configurable predefinition modes, multiple user modes, internal test patterns and multiple control methods. Alternatively, the VSP 5162 multiviewer mixer supports four-layer image processing, allows input signals from up to eight computers, and is said to benefit from seamless switching, with effect transition, plus programme and preview output. The mixer can be controlled by T-bar and Z-order, and several VSP5162 units can work together for synchronous splicing with true 1:1 pixel mapping. Stand: 11C34

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