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Analog Way updates LivePremier

Analog Way updates LivePremier

Analog Way updates LivePremier

Analog Way has added new features and enhancements to its LivePremier and Picturall solutions

Analog Way has updated its LivePremier series of multi-screen live presentation systems with software upgrade v2.0. With the recent addition of Aquilon RS alpha, the LivePremier series now includes five pre-configured products and two fully customisable models.

V2.0 provides a fully functional offline WebRCS and device simulator, full HDCP 2.2 support and output rotations, as well as an update to the processing engine, bringing compatibility with HDR formats (HDR10 and HLG). The update also supports new I/O cards for Aquilon systems equipped with four 12G-SFP ports and compatible with non-MSA video transmitters and receivers (fibre optic, HDMI, SMPTE 2022, SMPTE 2110).

Also joining the LivePremier series is the RC400T event controller, which has been created to deliver instant access to the LivePremier image processor’s crucial functions, such as screens, layers, sources and presets. It is constructed with a rugged form factor to withstand life on the road when touring and includes 56 programmable buttons, a high-resolution T-bar and a three-axis joystick for PIP sizing and programming.

Finally, the DPH104 4K videowall processor has been added to the Picturall series and can convert, with no added latency, one 4K DisplayPort output from a Picturall media server to four independent 1080p HDMI outputs. The DPH104 does not require software or configuration and multiple devices can also be used to create larger display solutions.



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