TV One continues to expand their increasingly diverse family of products with the introduction of a new Multiviewer range, the C2-6000 CORIOview Series. Making its official debut at the Infocomm Exhibition being held in Orlando is the brand new CORIOview C2-6104 DVI-I Multiviewer. Based on TV One’s exclusive award-winning CORIO®2 technology, this high-powered DVI-I unit was primarily designed to satisfy the growing demands of the Command & Control Room markets, including use within the medical and security industry.
When used on its own the C2-6104 provides accommodation for five digital or analog DVI-I inputs allowing the user to place up to 4 windows of any size in any position on one screen. The fifth DVI input can be used as another full-size and un-scaled background image. Alternatively, this fifth input can be used to cascade multiple CORIOview Multiviewers together thus adding four more windows per unit.
Colored borders and source labelling are provided for each window and ten user defined presets (controllable directly from the front panel as well as external communications) allows for the quick recall of customised settings for various applications. Non-volatile memory ensures that all settings stored by the user are retained even when the power is switched off. Four Still Image Stores are built into the C2-6104 that can display one of ten user loadable images, stored in Flash Memory, in place of an input.
DVI-D resolutions up to 1920x1200@60Hz and 1080p are supported along with DVI-A (RGBHV/YUV/YPbPr via optional HD-15 adaptor) resolutions up to 2048x2048 at virtually any refresh rate. A wide variety of computer signal formats are accommodated including PC, Mac and Workstation formats. High-performance de-interlacing with motion-adaptive noise reduction means that YUV and YPbPr sources such as 525i, 625i, 720p, 1080i and 1080p are also compatible. All of the four window inputs can be scaled to match any of the aforementioned resolutions to output via DVI-I. Furthermore, custom resolutions can be added quickly and easily using available software from TV One.