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Extron unveils 4K/60 multi-window processors

Extron unveils 4K/60 multi-window processors

Extron unveils 4K/60 multi-window processors

Extron has introduced the MGP 641 xi multi-window processors for scaling and presenting up to four 4K/60 source signals on a single canvas. In addition to four HDMI inputs that support data rates up to 18 Gbps, the HDCP 2.3-compliant processors include an HDMI background input for presenting live, non-scaled content behind the source windows. The MGP 641 xi SDI model supports four 12G-SDI as well as four HDMI sources. An HDMI output accommodates a local display, while the DTP3 output drives a remote display located up to 100m away with identical content.

To emphasise talking points, users can easily annotate over live content enabled with an optional LinkLicense. Annotations can include free-hand drawing, shapes, lines and pointer arrows, each in selectable colours. The multi-window processors provide customisable window layouts, video and logo keying, window transition effects, as well as source and output rotation. Two-channel embedded audio can be extracted or passed to the video output. Providing enhanced content presentation with on-screen annotation, the MGP 641 xi processors are suitable for high-end environments and live events.

The MGP 641 xi can be used for presenting multiple HDMI sources on a single display, and the MGP 641 xi SDI model includes four 12G-SDI inputs for additional system flexibility. Its scaling engine, rack-mountable form factor and wide variety of presentation and transition effects combine to create a flexible signal processing solution for corporate boardrooms, training rooms and live environments such as public auditoriums. It is described as equally effective in mission-critical venues that require display of live information, from a situation room or control room to cascading multiple MGP 641 xi units in a command centre.

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