KRAMER VM-8DVI-R

kramer vm-8dvi-r
kramer vm-8dvi-r

DESCRIPCIÓN

El VM-8DVI-R es un Distribuidor Amplificador para señales de video DVID.Este regenera y ecualiza la señal distribuyéndola a 8 salidas idénticas.
-Max Relación de Datos – 1.65 Gbps.
-Realzado EDID (Datos de Identificación Ampliados en Pantalla) .Launidad puede almacenar y rellamar por defecto un parámetro EDID almacenado en memoria no volátil desde cualquiera de las salidas permitiendo una conexión conveniente y fiable a la fuente.
-Entrada/Salidas – Señales DVI-D en conectores DVI-I.
-Alimentación Universal – 110-220V CA
-Tamaño Montaje en Rack Normalizado 19” – 1U

ESPECIFICACIONES
ENTRADA: 1 DVI-D, 1.2Vpp con un conector DVI Molex 24pines hembra; Señal DDC 5Vpp (TTL).
SALIDAS: 8 DVI-D, 1.2Vpp con conectores DVI Molex 24pines hembra; señal DDC 5Vpp (TTL).
ANCHO DE BANDA: 1.65GHz.
CONTROLES: Dipswitches para selección y almacenamiento de información EDID
ALIMENTACIÓN: 10 Vatios (máximo) 220V
DIMENSIONES: 19-pulgadas (An), 7-pulgadas (Pro), 1U (Al)
PESO: 2.5 kg. (5.5 lbs.) aprox.
ACCESORIOS: Cable de alimentación, Soportes (con tornillos)

kramer-vm-8dvi-r
kramer-vm-8dvi-r

EDIROL VC-300HD

EDIROL VC-300HD
EDIROL VC-300HD
EDIROL VC-300HD
EDIROL VC-300HD

Converting SD-SDI to HDV

By using the scaling feature of the VC-300HD/VC-200HD, SD-SDI component video can be
up-converted to HD size as well as converted to HDV. In this case, conversion can be
performed using the same procedure as shown on the previous page.
* If conversion cannot be performed properly, it is possible that the “140: SDI IN” (p. 36) from
the Menu (p. 32) is not set to “Auto.”
Converting HD-SDI to DV
By using the scaling feature of the VC-300HD/VC-200HD, HD-SDI can be down-converted to
SD size as well as converted to DV. In this case, after connecting using the procedure on the
previous page, select “SD” in Step 6.
* When converting to PAL, select “576/50i” in step 6. For NTSC, select “480/59.94i.”
Converting SD-SDI to DV
Perform the settings on the previous page, and connect the SD video device to the HD-SDI
IN connector. In this case, select “480/59.94i” in Step 6.
* When converting to PAL, select “576/50i” in step 6. For NTSC, select “480/59.94i.”
Converting HD-SDI (SD-SDI) to Component
Perform the settings on the previous page, and connect the HD video device to the
COMPONENT OUTPUT connector. The selection made in Step 6 determines the format of
the video that is output. Set this item according to the connected device.
* When changing the output video frame rate, please select an appropriate value in step 6.
* Refer to the user’s manual that came with your HD video equipment to find out which video
formats it supports.
* When “480/59.94i” is used in Step 6, SD component is output. When converting to PAL,
select “576/50i” in step 6. For NTSC, select “480/59.94i.”
Converting HD-SDI (SD-SDI) to DVI-I
Perform the settings on the previous page, and connect a DVI-I compatible device, such as a
LCD monitor, to the DVI-I OUTPUT connector. The selection made in Step 6 determines the
format of the video that is output. Set this item according to the connected device.
* When changing the output video frame rate, please select an appropriate value in step 6.
Changing HD-SDI (SD-SDI) Size
The VC-300HD/VC-200HD converts (cross converts) 1080i size HD-SDI to 720p, and SD-SDI
and HD-SDI can be mutually converted. In this case, select the format to be converted in Step
6, and connect the video device supporting the output format to the HD-SDI OUT connector.

Converting DVI-I to HD-SDI (SD-SDI)
Perform the settings on the previous page, and connect the HD video device to the HD-SDI
OUT connector. The selection made in Step 6 determines the format of the video that is
output. Set this item according to the connected device.
* When changing the output video frame rate, please select an appropriate value in step 6.
* Refer to the user’s manual that came with your HD video equipment to find out which video
formats it supports.
* When “SD” is used in Step 6, SD-SDI is output. When converting to PAL, select “576/50i” in
step 6. For NTSC, select “480i/60.”

Converting DVI-I to Component

Perform the settings on the previous page, and connect the HD video device to the
COMPONENT OUTPUT connector. The selection made in Step 6 determines the format of
the video that is output. Set this item according to the connected device.
* When changing the output video frame rate, please select an appropriate value in step 6.
* Refer to the user’s manual that came with your HD video equipment to find out which video
formats it supports.
* When “SD” is used in Step 6, SD component is output. When converting to PAL, select “576/
50i” in step 6. For NTSC, select “480i/60.”
Converting DVI-I to DV
By using the scaling feature of the VC-300HD/VC-200HD, DVI-I can be down-converted to
SD video as well as converted to DV.
Perform the settings on the previous page, and connect the DV device to the i.LINK
connector. Select “SD” in Step 6.
* When converting to PAL, select “576/50i” in step 6. For NTSC, select “480i/60.”
Converting DVI-I to SD Video
By using the scaling feature of the VC-300HD/VC-200HD, DVI output can be down-converted
to SD video.
Perform the settings on the previous page, and connect the SD video device to the
COMPONENT OUTPUT connector. Select “SD” in Step 6.
* When converting to PAL, select “576/50i” in step 6. For NTSC, select “480i/60.”
Converting DVI-I
The DVI-I output with the VC-300HD/VC-200HD is converted to the video format selected with
Step 6. The output video format is as shown below.
Digital (RGB): 1080/59.94p, 1080/50p, 1080/59.94i, 1080/50i, 720/59.94p, 720/50p,
480/59.94p, 576/50p, 480/59.94i, 576/50i
Analog (Y/Pb/Pr): 1080/59.94p, 1080/50p, 1080/59.94i, 1080/

Converting HDV to SD Component

By using the scaling feature of the VC-300HD/VC-200HD, HDV can be down-converted to SD
size as well as converted to SD component. In this case, after connecting using the procedure
on the previous page, select “SD” in Step 5.
* When converting to PAL, select “576/50i” in step 6. For NTSC, select “480i/60.”
Converting DV to HD Component
Perform the settings on the previous page, and connect the HD video device to the
COMPONENT OUTPUT connector. In this case, select “1080i” or “720p” in Step 5.
* When changing the output video frame rate, please select an appropriate value in step 6.
* Refer to the user’s manual that came with your HD video equipment to find out which video
formats it supports.
* When “SD” is used in Step 5, SD component is output. When converting to PAL, select “576/
50i” in step 6. For NTSC, select “480i/60.”
* With audio that is 32 kHz, 12 bit, and 4-channel, which is being input to this unit as DV input,
only two channels of audio can be used. To select the channels to use in conversion, set
“170: DV In Audio Ch” (p. 37) from the Menu (p. 32).
When using all sound from the four channels in conversion, input the analog sound output of
the DV device to the AUDIO INPUT connectors, and select “AUDIO IN” with “150: Audio
Source” (p. 36) in the Menu (p. 32). Because a time lag occurs between the video and
audio, adjust the timing with “240: AudioDelay Time” from the Menu (p. 32).
* The same DV recording is output from CH1/CH2 and CH3/CH4 of the AUDIO OUTPUT
connectors. The embedded audio output from the HD-SDI OUT connector is output to the
channel selected with “450: SDI OUT Audio Ch”

EDIROL V44SW

Mezclador de video en formato rack multiformato, con 8 entradas en formatos: SD, HD y SXGA Formatos de salida: 1080i, 720p o XGA/SXGA 2 Keyers independientes Capacidad de multiscreen mediante el encadenamiento de varias unidades V-Link, 2 Tally, MIDI y RS-232. Se puede encadenar con el V-440HD para multiscreen.

EDIROL V44SW
EDIROL V44SW
EDIROL V44SW
EDIROL V44SW

EDIROL V44SW
EDIROL V44SW

EDIROL V44SW
EDIROL V44SW