February 1, 2017
tvONE (tvone.com) a leading designer and manufacturer of cutting-edge video and multimedia processing equipment, introduces the CORIOmaster micro to its CORIOmaster video processing product range at ISE in Amsterdam (stand 5-S60).
CORIOmaster systems, which consist of the CORIOmaster (4RU), CORIOmaster mini (1RU) and new CORIOmaster micro (1/2 RU), are today’s most powerful creative video processors. The modular I/O system provides you with the flexibility of any signal-in, to any signal-out. These all-in-one system solutions can manage up to 4 canvases for supporting multiple video walls, while also performing various other video tasks simultaneously, including: real-time 360 video rotations, multi-image processing and transitions & edge blending.
The new CORIOmaster micro half-rack unit, is a small yet mighty video processor. Not only does the CORIOmaster micro deliver the same bandwidth and functionality of CORIOmaster in a super-compact form capable of accepting up to three modules, but it also adds audio support as well as front panel buttons for source routing and preset recalling.
Specifically designed to be easy to deploy without compromising performance, presentation or functionality, CORIOmaster micro is the ideal, cost effective solution for 4-screen 2x2 video walls, projector edge blends or small multiviewer applications that don’t require a full sized CORIOmaster. All this in a 1RU half rack sized chassis – It even fits in a ONErack!
Paired with the powerful, user-friendly design software CORIOgrapher v2, usability is a cake-walk. CORIOgrapher v2 is the simple interface that unlocks the power of each CORIOmaster product along with your imagination. To perfect your vision, CORIOgrapher allows you to set the exact dimensions of your displays down to the inch, mm or even pixel. Also, look for new additions such as playlisting, button mapping, IP streaming, file playback and audio support.
The CORIOmaster micro will be unveiled for the first time at Integrated Systems Europe, February 7th – 10th in Amsterdam, stand 5-S60.