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Miranda Launches DVI-Ramp1U rackmount system converts DVI output to HD/SD
Using the DVI-Ramp, output from the computer's graphics card is routed via single or dual DVI connections. According to Miranda, the DVI-Ramp uses pixel to pixel mapping to extract the portion of the graphics signal appropriate for the HD or SD video format. The digital RGB signal is then converted to 4:2:2 using the appropriate color matrix, and the signals are output as HD SDI or SDI. Other features include:
- Separate programmable gamma LUTs for the DVI and the digital video signal outputs;
- RGB (4:4:4) to YCbCr (4:2:2) color space conversion with programmable matrix;
- RS-232/422 control port;
- Selectable SD (NTSC/PAL) or HD (tri-level sync) reference input with passive loop-through;
- TTL-level SYNC output to synchronize workstation graphic card.
Miranda says the device is available now, though pricing and ordering information was not available on the company's Web site at press time. For more information, visit http://www.miranda.com/product.php?i=235&l=1.
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