Winner of Four Major Awards
UltraHD to HD Multiviewer Processor with dual 4K / UltraHD inputs and 8 x HD outputs
Optional RMC-185 can be used to control, pan, tilt and zoom to create dynamic user defined output windows in real-time.
Shortlisted for the IABM's 2016 Game Changer Award, and winner of 3 independent awards at NAB 2016, the KMU-100 is a unique 4K multi-camera production solution that delivers multiple virtual full HD (up to 1080p) scaled camera angles with minimal installation cost and simple operation.
The basic concept is straightforward: the output of a single 4K/UHD camera is connected to KMU-100, which then displays up to four 16x9 user-defined cropped windows that are sent out as four separate HD signals through 3G HD-SDI. These user defined windows can be scaled to zoom in on a particular subject that you would like to highlight on the 4K signal. An additional 4K camera can be connected to allow up to eight defined outputs from the two 4K signals.
In essence, with KMU-100 a single 4K camera can be used to deliver a true 4-camera HD production, without the need to install, manage, operate and balance multiple cameras. KMU-100 is quick to set up and exceptionally easy to use. It saves time, money and resources: with the KMU-100, all you have to do it set up, cable, power and control just one camera.
As an option, the Datavideo RMC-185 camera controller can be added to easily pan, tilt, and zoom to create the user defined windows on the 4K signal.
You can set up shots in advance and save them as presets, or you can do it in real-time.
Datavideo's DAC-75T is designed to convert video signals from VGA, HDMI, SDI to HDMI or SDI. With touchscreen control, it's a great ally for venues, conference teams and AV rental teams that need to be ready for whatever the presenter needs to project. DAC-75T makes childplay of connecting your source to a screen or projector. The DAC-75T does upscaling, downscaling and standards conversion for any HDMI, VGA or SDI device to any HDMI or SDI screen or projector. RCA inputs allow audio to be embedded to the output of the video signal for recording purposes.
Datavideo is proud to announce a new product that revolutionizes the way 4K cameras are used for live video productions.
At NAB 2016, Datavideo has announced it will be showing its new KMU–100, which will accept the single 4K/UHD output of any existing camera and turn it into up to four 16×9 user-defined cropped windows that are sent out as four separate HD signals through HD-SDI. According to Datavideo, these user defined windows can be scaled to zoom in on a particular subject that you would like to highlight on the 4K signal. An additional 4K camera could be connected to allow up to eight defined outputs from the two 4K signals. As an option, the Datavideo RMC–180 camera controller can be added to facilitate panning, tilting, and zooming to create the user defined windows on the 4K signal. The user can also set up these shots in advance and save them as presets, or you can do it in real-time.