Extron Just Gave Me Everything I’ve Asked for to Create Digital Canvases in Multi-Windowing MGP 641 xi

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Extron launched a line of multi-window processors, dubbed the MGP 641 xi, for scaling and presenting up to four 4K/60 source signals on a single canvas. Extron’s exclusive Vector 4K scaling engine ensures that downscaled and upscaled content is presented with “unequaled image quality.” In addition to four HDMI inputs that support data rates up to 18 Gbps, the HDCP 2.3-compliant processors include an HDMI background input for presenting live, non-scaled content behind the source windows.

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The MGP 641 xi SDI model supports four 12G-SDI as well as four HDMI sources. An HDMI output accommodates a local display, while the DTP3 output drives a remote display located up to 330 feet (100 meters) away with identical content. To emphasize your talking points, easily annotate over live content enabled with an optional LinkLicense. Annotations can include free-hand drawing, shapes, lines, and pointer arrows, each in selectable colors. The multi-window processors provide customizable window layouts, video and logo keying, window transition effects, as well as source and output rotation. Two-channel embedded audio can be extracted or passed to the video output. Providing enhanced content presentation with on-screen annotation and more, the MGP 641 xi processors are ideal for high-end environments and live events.

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The MGP 641 xi is designed for presenting multiple HDMI sources on a single display, and the MGP 641 xi SDI model includes four 12G-SDI inputs for additional system flexibility. Its powerful scaling engine, rack-mountable form factor, and wide variety of presentation and transition effects all combine to create a flexible signal-processing solution for corporate boardrooms, training rooms, and live environments such as public auditoriums. It is equally effective in mission-critical venues that require display of live information, from a situation room or control room to cascading multiple MGP 641 xi units in a command center.

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