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InfoComm 2019: AT64-Shift new from AV Stumpfl

AV Stumpfl is presenting its new AT64-SHIFT system for large mobile projection screens and the new PIXERA mini media server at this year’s InfoComm in Orlando.

With the AT64-SHIFT, it’s possible to assemble a large mobile projection screen and to adjust its height in a matter of minutes.

No extra measuring is needed to ensure that the frame is level, due to a clearly marked height scale.

Based on the same principles as the T32-SHIFT, the AT64-SHIFT projection screen legs can be used for much larger mobile projection screens and are compatible with all mobile AV Stumpfl screen systems.

Another highlight of AV Stumpfl’s InfoComm booth is new PIXERA mini hardware.

PIXERA mini is an ultra-compact media server, designed for digital signage and multi-display applications.

The PIXERA mini is a 1U and ½ 19in product. Two PIXERA mini servers can be installed in a 1U 19in rack. This next-generation media server product is available with 2 or 4 outputs.

InfoComm visitors are also able to see the latest software feature developments in action at the AV Stumpfl booth, including PIXERA’s new live preview editing capability.

This feature lets users edit timelines in the preview window while the output shows content from a different section of the timeline. This allows changes to running shows to be previewed by the operator and then blended into the output on the fly.

PIXERA version 1.2 will also include the ability to export videos from the workspace, either containing the entire venue or the content of a specific screen. Another of the many new features is a set of pixel patching tools seamlessly integrated into the UI. They allow users to reposition content pixels on the output as needed and to patch the result to DMX channels, making it possible to drive all forms of LED processors from PIXERA.

InfoComm visitors were also treated to a sneak peek presentation revolving around AV Stumpfl’s upcoming AVIO 3 software, a distributed, highly modular and extensible approach to show control.