RGB Spectrum’s new SuperView 4000-8/8 is for any application requiring display of multiple images on a single monitor or projector, such as network operations centers, control rooms, video teleconferencing, command centers, training facilities, and any other application requiring the display of multiple images on a single screen.The SuperView 4000-8/8 can simultaneously display up to eight RGB/DVI computer signals plus up to eight video signals, from thirty-two switched inputs. Signal sources include high resolution RGB, DVI, HDTV 1080i/720p, X-Ray, S-Video, component, and composite NTSC/PAL video.
All display windows can be independently positioned and sized anywhere on the screen, overlapped with other display windows, and panned and zoomed to emphasize areas of particular interest. Display alternatives are virtually infinite with dynamic window sizing and positioning, borders and titling, smooth zooms/pans, and more. The SuperView 4000-8/8 also offers fade effects, freeze, display arrangement presets, and user selectable colored and shaded backgrounds.
User selectable output settings up to 1920 x 1200 resolution in both RGB and DVI format ensure a perfect match with any display. With DVI inputs and outputs, a completely digital signal path can be maintained from signal source to display.
Control is provided via Ethernet or RS-232 serial port. SuperView’s web based control system offers both local and remote operation. The embedded GUI interface provides a graphical representation of the multi-image screen with “drag and drop” window positioning and sizing.
Options for the SuperView 4000-8/8 include downloadable backgrounds, logos, and graphics via a compact flash card reader or over a network, on-screen digital clock, and a second redundant power supply.
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