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Analog Way presents Midra 4K

Analog Way presents Midra 4K
Midra 4K

Analog Way presents Midra 4K

The Midra 4K series feature 4K60 10-bit 4:4:4 image processing and genlock synchronisation

Based on the Midra 4K platform and fifth-generation scaling engine inherited from the LivePremier presentation systems, Analog Way has unveiled the Midra 4K series of multi-layer video mixers and presentation switchers. The four products in the range – QuickVu 4K, QuickMatrix 4K, Pulse 4K and Eikos 4K – feature 4K60 10-bit 4:4:4 image processing, genlock synchronisation, true seamless switching, HDR support and HDCP 2.2 compatibility.

Created for small- and medium-sized fixed installations and live applications, the switchers feature 10 inputs, including eight 4K60 inputs (four HDMI 2.0, two 12G-SDI and two DisplayPort 1.2) and two 1080p inputs with user-selectable HDMI and SDI connectors. Two 4K60 outputs, each with mirrored HDMI and SDI connectors, can be combined to create a dual-output, edge-blended display or configured as two independent Program outputs or one Program output and one Auxiliary output. A dedicated multiviewer with resizable widgets is available to monitor the Program & Preview screens and all the connected sources.

Ease-of-setup features include on-board Web RCS, which is an HTML5-based user interface with live source thumbnails. All products in the range feature Ethernet control via a standard TCP/IP socket connection supported by all major third-party control systems. They can also be controlled by the free Crestron driver in addition to Analog Way’s drag-and-drop Crestron user interface, AW VideoCompositor.

A Picturall Pro media server
A Picturall Pro media server

Analog Way has also added software release 3.0 for its Picturall series of media servers. New features include the support of cue tracking, the NotchLC video codec, NewTek NDI v4.5 and virtual displays, in addition to a new web-based media manager and a free AWX encoder plug-in for Adobe Creative Cloud.

The support of cue tracking enables jumping from one cue to another in the cue stack, allowing changes to be recorded between the two cues and added to the final result. The GPU-powered NotchLC video codec enables delivery of up to 10-bit colour depth for clean gradients. In its largest configuration, a Picturall media server can play back one 8K@60Hz or four 4K@60Hz video files. Support for NewTek NDI v4.5 technology reportedly increases the decoding speed and improves video quality.

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