Analog Way to Exhibit VIO 4K Converter at ISE

Analog Way to Exhibit VIO 4K Converter at ISE

Analog Way plans to exhibit the new VIO 4K at ISE 2016, from February 9-12 in booth #1-N32. The VIO 4K is a multi-format converter designed for digital connectivity.

VIO 4K, by Analog WayThe VIO 4K is a multi-format converter designed to offer the latest generation of digital connectivity, adapted to the highest resolution formats. Natively equipped with 7 inputs, VIO 4K enables the conversion of a multitude of signals including: Dual-Link DVI, DisplayPort, HDMI, 6G-SDI, Optical, and universal analog, into an impressive array of output signal formats up to 4K 30Hz 4:4:4. Thanks to symmetrical input and output plugs (anything in, anything out), VIO 4K ensures high-end cross-conversion.

VIO 4K was designed and built to be versatile. It includes two slots for optional cards for video processing that can handle formats up to 4K 60Hz 4:4:4, and another slot for optional audio card with XLR plugs. In all, VIO 4K features 9 inputs and 3 outputs. Any card added is independent and has its own processing. For easier product maintenance and reliability, DVI plugs are located on simple, independent cards.

Adapted for non-standard signal management, notably for LED walls, VIO 4K offers some uncommon features and functionalities. The Dual/Tri output mode enables association of a single source to three outputs and to independently modify formats, aspect ratio, the Area Of Interest (AOI), etc. The rotation feature allows output rotation for portrait vs landscape displays at 0°, 90°, 180° and 270° per output. The management capabilities of the AOI and unlimited layer resizing capabilities allows precise sizing of a source to fit odd resolution displays.

VIO 4K can be controlled directly from the front panel, thanks to a large 3.5’ TFT color screen offering live visualization of sources. A Web Server is also available to control VIO 4K through Ethernet and USB plugs. This solution offers a complete graphic interface. Using either the front panel or the software, operators can visualize live sources to further assist in basic operations.