Analog Way’s ISE 2020 brings many new features and improvements for the products of the LivePremier and Picturall series, as well as a new Event Controller that promises to be very interesting
LivePremier, a series of multiscreen live presentation systems, and Picturall, Linux-based multimedia servers, are well known in the professional AV scene. What makes the difference, on the occasion of this ISE 2020, are the many innovations and updates introduced by Analog Way (stand 3-B130).
Let’s start from LivePremier series: the mission-critical 4K/8K multi-screen live presentation systems. With the recently added Aquilon RS alpha, the LivePremier series now includes five pre-configured products and two fully-customizable models. In its largest chassis configuration, Aquilon offers up to 24 inputs and 20 outputs and up to 24x 4K layers. Aquilon combines industrial grade reliability, real-time 10/12-bit 4:4:4 video processing power and pure 4K60p on each input and output with ultra-low latency. The system is easy to configure and operate via its cutting-edge HTML5-based user interface. With the native Dante audio routing capability, up to 64 channels of audio can be embedded or de-embedded over a Dante network.
The new major software upgrade v2.0 is highlighted at booth 3-B130. This version comprises many new features and enhancements, including a fully functional offline WebRCS and device simulator, full HDCP 2.2 support and a major update of the processing engine now compatible with High Dynamic Range (HDR10 and HLG).
And we come to RC400T, the new event controller for the LivePremier series. Available to order in February and on show for the first time at ISE 2020, the new RC400T event controller for the LivePremier series has been designed to offer a show management system and to give instant access to the crucial functionalities of the LivePremier image processor such as screens, layers, sources and presets. The RC400T comes with a rugged design for touring applications and offers 56 user programmable buttons, a high-resolution T-bar and a three-axis joystick for easy and fast PIP sizing and programming.
With the Picturall series, however, we focus on playing high resolution videos on large screens. Linux based, Picturall media servers can be controlled with a convenient user interface as well as with any third party control system via IP or ArtNet. They support multi-GPU playback, offer up to sixteen 4K physical outputs from one server and can accommodate a large range of applications, from massive video wall installations to large corporate events.
At ISE 2020, Analog Way also presents a major software upgrade v3.0 for the Picturall servers, including new features such as the support of the high-performance and high-quality NotchLC 10-bit video codec from Notch.
Also available to order in February, the DPH104 is a new high-performance 4K video wall processor able to convert, with no added latency, one 4K DisplayPort output from a Picturall media server to four independent 1080p HDMI outputs. DPH104 does not require software or configuration and is a perfect fit for numerous video wall and soft-edge blending applications. Multiple DPH104 devices can also be used to easily create even larger display solutions.
Analog Way can be found at booth 3-B130, at the RAI in Amsterdam, on 11-14 February, 2020.
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