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22 CORIOmaster Video Wall Processor


The industry’s most versatile, cost effective and easy-to-use stand-alone video wall processor, the CORIOmaster controls multiple video walls simultaneously.


CORIOmaster offers a new, more efficient approach to building videowall systems. Using tvONE’s latest CORIO®


gives the user access to new levels of video processing power to achieve new heights of creative and dynamic videowall displays. All this is possible in one 4RU chassis.


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Multiple windows can be used on a video wall to display the physical inputs into CORIOmaster. Windows can be sized to fit the wall or multiple windows added, resized and rotated 360 degrees on the video wall independent of the output rotation. There are 36 maximum system windows that can be used on up to 4 video walls. Each video wall can have a maximum of 14 windows depending on the source resolution, frame rate and size of window.


SY Apollo4K


The SY Apollo 4K is an advanced HD/UHD Multi-format Matrix Viewer, designed for handling and control of multiple video signals from 480i to 1920 x 1200 WUXGA HD video sources including 1080P and to be displayed in full–screen, dual-view, tri-view and quad-view on a HD or 4K UHD display. Most common analogue, digital video and audio inputs are supported as signal sources including AV (composite video), YPbPr (component), VGA and HDMI.


DISPLAYS & PROCESSORS


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