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Broadcast Electronics aims to ‘put colour correction at the fingertips of engineers’

New product allows users to 'paint' the colours on any video feed from 'pretty much' any camera

Broadcast Electronics is set to launch new product CCC-1, a device interfacing Sony Remote Control Panels (RCP) with the colour correction features of Standards Converters including the Blackmagic Teranex product range.

The CCC-1 marries the ergonomics of the RCP with the colour correction features of the standards converter, enabling vision engineers to paint/shade any video source. Adjustment of the overall gain, black level, red, blue and green gain, saturation and sharpness can be controlled from the RCP while standards conversion including scaling to UHD, synchronising and legalising can be performed by the Teranex.

Typical applications include live colour correction of any outside source to a main programme, colour correction of specialist minicams including action cams and DSLR cameras and colour correction of in-vision video screens.

The CCC-1 is built into a 1U 1/3 width form factor. Connection between the CCC-1 and the Teranex can be made by CAT5 cable or via an IP network. 

The CCC-1 will be available in Q1 2019.