A Round Up of the Latest News from Apantac in October 2020
Apantac, an internationally recognized manufacturer of multiviewers, video walls, extension and signal processing solutions has extended their already highly sort after range of products.
We round up the latest and hottest news from Apantac below including links to Thomas Tang (President at Apantac) talking to KitPlus TV in what would have been IBC week.
Apantac Adds HDMI 2.0 Inputs to T Sharp Multiviewers
The T# (pronounced ‘T Sharp’) is not a brand new product and was designed by Apantac so that over the years it could be upgraded and new features added.
In September and what would have been the week of IBC 2020 Apantac announced the inclusion of enhanced HDMI 2.0 inputs to the model.
The addition of HDMI 2.0 inputs builds on the already flexible mix-and-match concept behind the T# Multiviewer platform. Facilities can combine broadcast SDI and HDMI inputs to ensure a whole new level of multi-viewing experience.
In today’s market, it is the largest HDMI input multiviewer, supporting up to 64 HDMI inputs with the added flexibility of being truly modular. A user can build the Multiviewer that they need by choosing from a selection of input and output boards (HDMI or SDI), or from a selection of pre-configured models. This ensures a future-proof solution for any mixed-format visual monitoring infrastructure.
Apantac Launches HDMI/SDI Capture Device
Over the last few months Apantac have broadened their product range and with a much higher demand now for remote working Apantac have introduced a product that can help their customers with remote production or remote meetings, with their new frame grabber module; DA-HDTV-USB.
The DA-HDTV-USB video capture device is a portable and compact module that captures video from just about any source (e.g. cameras and computers). Take a broadcast quality SDI camera and output to USB 3.0.
It can capture the video as an HDMI 2.0 input up to UHD and an SDI input up to 3G (1080p). It supports resolutions up to 3840x2160p, 4:4:4, with an HDMI loop-out and USB 3.0 output streams at 1080p maximum resolution.
Once video is captured, it can be recorded to another device or streamed for production or online applications.
In application, a facility may need to capture video from cameras, record the video to a computer and ultimately stream the video out for live conferencing.
Apantac SDM Receiver Modules