Matrox Convert DVI: World's First HD-SDI Scan Converter with genlock Under $1000

Matrox Convert DVI lets broadcasters easily and economically take the computer-based content that is quickly becoming a key part of the nightly news to air. It's ideal for creating broadcast video from computer applications such as Skype, YouTube, Google Earth, video games, and web browser sessions, as well as citizen journalists' mobile phone videos.

Quality HD-SDI scan converters with genlock typically cost thousands of dollars each and SDI audio embedders are often required. Costs balloon when stations require multiple units. Matrox Convert DVI is very inexpensive by comparison and allows system audio to be embedded in the SDI signal.

Matrox Convert DVI controls are provided via a simple PC-based user interface. By simply dragging a mouse, rather than fiddling with buttons on the unit itself, users can choose to output the entire screen or a region of interest of any size. Premium features such as a flicker reduction filter, an underscan mode, customizable presets with user assignable hotkeys, password protection, and a stand-alone mode ensure optimal flexibility for many different applications.

The Matrox Convert DVI kit contains the following items:
Matrox Convert DVI scan converter
DVI and system audio loop-through cable, 1 meter
External AC-DC adapter
Y/C video adapter

Key features of Matrox Convert DVI
DVI input up to 1920 x 1200
Digital outputs: HD/SD SDI
Analog outputs: HD/SD analog component, S-Video, and composite
SD analog black burst (bi-level) or HD tri-level genlock with timing offset controls
Simultaneous analog and digital output
Stereo audio input can be embedded into the SDI output signal
Realtime HD to SD hardware downscaling with proper color space and aspect ratio conversion
Region of interest output support
Can operate as a stand-alone appliance
Advanced features such as an anti-flicker filter, underscan mode, customizable presets, and password protection

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