When a product is as flexible as tvONE’s CORIOview it can be hard to define what type of product it actually is.
tvONE refer to their product as a “4K multi-window viewer”. I say an “AV source shifting chameleon”. Why? Because CORIOview blends multiple unrelated AV sources and resolutions together and scales them all to fit on one large format display - but it doesn’t end there.
Yes, tvONE’s CORIOview can be used as a static multi-viewer seen in CCTV galleries and video control rooms but it also has a ton of features which make it ideal for conference presentations or meeting rooms or bring your own device design collaborations.
Forget calling the AV guy back in, just plug it in and CORIOview is intelligent enough to change its auto-layout to include that newly discovered source.
CORIOview has up to 8 inputs with switching functions that can breathe new life and interest into existing 2x2 video walls. CORIOview’s playlist of H.265 or H.264 video files means it can be used just as well in a nightclub in Ibiza as showcasing 4K construction time lapses in a business reception area. AND CORIOview doesn’t care whether your sources are in landscape or portrait positions because it can handle either.
No problem, CORIOview has a shiny new DVI-U adaptor for all that old hat sir. Meanwhile CORIOview can also accept incoming RTMP video streams or HDBaseT or HDMI or 3G SDI depending on its modules.
A picture may paint a thousand words but CORIOview’s audio handling allows them to hear your message too.
CORIOview, tvONE’s AV chameleon, is available for demo now.
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