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tvONE to reveal new 4K CORIOmaster modules at ISE

tvONE has announced the launch of CORIOmaster and CORIOmaster mini 4K input and output modules will take place at ISE.

The new videowall processors are said to offer anything in, anything out capability fully covering 4K. With the new 4K and AV over IP modules, the processors can accept IP streams up to 1080p, 4K file playback via USB3.0 and 4K still images.

Also to be launched at ISE is the 1T-MV-8474 4K Multiviewer, which can display up to four video windows simultaneously via 16 different fixed layouts and be recalled to present content in a variety of combinations. This could vary from a straightforward Quad split, Picture-In-Picture, Triple, Side-By-Side, Full screen or something more complex with multiple layers.

tvONE will also demonstrate CORIOgrapher v2, the new version of its control software for CORIOmaster and CORIOmaster mini. CORIOgrapher v2 simplifies the creation of custom videowalls through the management of collections of displays of diverse size, resolution and orientation.

Another product introduced at ISE is the MultiView II Dual DVI-Tx Morph-It Card, a dual digital video transmitter card that is compatible with the MVII-DVI-Rx-1k receiver, plus the entire MultiView family of distribution and switching products. MultiView DVI’s most exciting feature is its full backwards compatibility with Magenta’s UTP-based crosspoint switch, the Mondo Matrix. Combining MultiView DVI with a Mondo Matrix provides integrators with the ability to implement digital video when utilising one of the largest switches in the world, as the Mondo is configurable in increments of 16 inputs and outputs, from 16×16 all the way to 256×512.

The tvONE C2-2855 scaler is being shown with a new feature enhancement, Auto-Switching, which turns the scaler into a powerful standalone device. It allows the user to connect their source and have it automatically displayed on screen without having to press any buttons, simplifying BYOD connectivity. The resolution of the incoming video is quickly detected, analysed, and presented on screen. This new feature is particularly useful in situations where there is little or no technical supervision such as in meeting rooms, medical environments, teaching spaces or live staging events.

tvONE’s new 1T-CL-322 control panel will also be showcased throughout the booth as an easy to use and cost effective Ethernet based solution for system automation and remote control. The control panel consists of 15 LED backlit buttons, each programmable for either a single function or for recalling a sequence of commands in a macro. Each macro can be executed with a single button push, recalling up to 16 of the 128 stored commands, allowing the user to create and easily recall complex scenes or presets.

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