Kramer VP-793 Multi–Format to DVI/HDMI Digital Scaler with Professional Warping and Blending
This VP-793 Multi–Format to DVI/HDMI Digital Scaler with Professional Warping and Blending is a high–performance scaler for HDMI, DVI and computer graphics signals developed specifically for driving large screen displays and multiple screen applications from video or graphics sources. It up– or down–scales the incoming signal, processes the image with HQV, professional grade edge blending, flexible warping & geometry correction and outputs the signal to a DVI/HDMI connector.
Kramer VP-793 Multi–Format to DVI/HDMI Digital Scaler with Professional Warping and Blending Features:
Full Warp Mapping – Easy warp map creation for stacked projector alignment and curved screen multi–projector tiling via an included PC application.
Powerful Geometry Correction – For off–axis projection, pin/barrel and image rotation, pan, tilt and zoom.
Edge Blending – 4–sided professional grade edge blend with 48–bit processing, degamma & multi–region black level correction.
Multi–Format Operation – HDMI, DVI, computer graphics and component inputs for signals up 1080p & WUXGA.
HQV® Video Processing – HQV (Hollywood Quality Video) processing represents the state–of–the–art in video processing technology, with the highest quality de–interlacing (with 3:2 & 2:2 pull down), 4D motion adaptive SD noise reduction and outstanding scaling performance for both standard–definition and high–definition signals.
Supported Resolutions – HD 720p, 1080i, 1080psf, 1080p23.97/24/25/30, 1080p30, 1080p50, 1080p59.94, 1080p60; ED 480p, 576p; SD 625i (576i), 525i (480i); common VESA graphics formats from 640x480 to 1920x1200 (with reduced blanking for 1920x1200 and 1600x1200 modes).
HDMI Support – Deep color up to 12 bit.
Superior De–interlacing – Motion adaptive per pixel video de–interlacing with multi–directional diagonal de–interlace filter reduces HD & SD image flicker and artifacts.
Selectable Processing Versus Latency – Best picture and low latency modes; latency as low as 0.25–frame progressive inputs, 1.25–field interlaced inputs.
Selectable I/O Lock Mode – Or free run selectable output modes.
Selectable Aspect Ratio Conversion – Or incoming aspect ratio preserve mode.