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Datavideo takes control

Datavideo takes control

Datavideo takes control

The compact design means that the TPC-700 is easy to transport during a live production

Datavideo has unveiled two new integrated products: the TPC-700 touch panel interface and the SE-3200 switcher. The TPC-700 is described as the best assistant for all 3200 switchers and VGB-2000 presentations systems. Users only need to tap the screen to select different presets and customise each button. Multi-camera virtual studio switching, aux output, crosspoint, Flex Source and PIP assignment can all be accessed via the interface. The compact design means that the TPC-700 is easy to transport during a live production. It has a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen with an 800x480 resolution, weighs 850g and measures 220mm x 152mm x 79mm (WxHxD).

The SE-3200 is described by Datavideo as its most advanced 12-input 1080p 50/60 switcher. It is equipped with 12 inputs (eight SDI and four HDMI) and nine outputs (six SDI and three HDMI) to help users produce a ‘sophisticated and professional live event’. The switcher provides full 1080p support on every input and output and a built-in scaler for up and down conversion on each available input. Advanced features include eight PIPs, four upstream keyers for chromakey, linear and luma keys, two DSKs, two independent animated logos, stinger transitions and a 2D transition DVE. All 3200 switchers come with built-in support for Datavide CG software which converts a regular HDMI output of a PC or laptop into a fully fledged CG interface for use with Datavideo’s CG suites. Users can connect up to two displays to all 3200 series switchers for a dual, multi-view output and choose from pre-defined multi-view layouts. Flex Source reportedly gives users nearly the same power of a 2 M/E switcher, in a 1 M/E switcher. It provides four PIPs with 3D borders, with a background layer and an additional key layer.



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