The M-VIVID variable video delays can be used to match any short or long system delays in IP, SDI or mixed installations, such as those caused by virtual studio graphics, MPEG encoders and decoders, audio processing, HD radio links and satellite links.
There are four video delays in the range, allowing broadcast engineers to choose a version with the features they need, selecting the required number of channels (single, dual or triple) and the required amount of delay (up to 100, 200, 400 or 800 frames). All support 31 different SDI formats and both ST 2022 and ST 2110 video over IP.
The triple channel M-VIVID100-3 provides up to 100 frames of video delay per channel (3.33 seconds in 1080i59.94). The dual channel M-VIVID200-2 provides up to 200 frames of delay per channel (6.67 seconds in 1080i59.94). The dual channel M-VIVID400-2 provides up to 400 frames per channel (13.33 seconds in 1080i59.94). The single channel M-VIVID800 provides up to 800 frames of video delay (26.67 seconds in 1080i59.94).
The video delays all include a framestore synchronizer timed to an external Black and Burst or tri-level syncs analog reference or PTP (with fail-over options) – allowing engineers to delay and synchronize at the same time.
The M-VIVID range are software apps that run on the MARBLE-V1 media processor hardware, a card which features a powerful CPU/GPU processor and both SDI and 10GbE IP network interface connections and which is housed in the Vision frame.
Read the M-VIVID brochure for more information…