Analog Way to showcase software upgrades and event controller at ISE 2020
Analog Way will debute its RC400T event controller for the LivePremier series alongside a new videowall processor and software updates for the LivePremier and Picturall series.
RC400T event controller
The RC400T event controller for the LivePremier series will be shown for the first time at the show, designed to provide access to essential functionalities of the LivePremier image processor including screens, layers, sources and presets.
56 user-programmable buttons are included, with a T-bar and a three-axis joystick for PIP sizing and programming.
Following the launch of the Aquilon RS alpha, software upgrade v2.0 will be unveiled comprising of new features and enhancements with a functional offline WebRCS and device simulator, HDCP2 support, output rotations and an update of the processing engine which is now compatible with HDR REC.2020 (HDR).
The new version supports I/O cards for Aquilon equipped with four 12G-SFP ports compatible with non-MSA video transmitters and receivers (fibre optic, HDMI, SMPTE 2022, SMPTE 2110.)
Picturall media servers update
The Picturall media server software upgrade v3.0 offers support of the NotchLC 10-bit video codec from Notch.
DPH104 videowall processor
The DPH104 videowall processor will also be unveiled at the show, allowing the 4K videowall processor to convert one 4K DisplayPort output from a Picturall media server to four independent 1080p outputs.
Software or configuration is not required, with multiple DPH104 devices able to be used to create large-scale display systems.