Independent views on display
A series of fully featured video multiviewers has been expanded with the new MX-32. The MX-32 allows users to monitor up to 32 independent...
Debut for hybrid multiviewer
A new hybrid multiviewer supports a combination of video inputs, providing a solution to simultaneously display uncompressed HDMI and SDI video from various sources...
Multiviewers stay on target
The new Mi-16 family of video multiviewers features low latency with single frame delay, windows that can be sized and moved freely, and analogue...
Practical management of Ultra HD
Michel Rudelle, EMEA regional manager Apantac, explains the current Ultra HD/4K monitoring options Ultra HD and 4K formats are gaining momentum. Large events such...
Expanding openGear options
A full range of openGear solutions are available and being showcased at IBC2015. Apantac said that the openGear platform, first introduced by Ross Video,...
New line of multiviewers
The new T# (T Sharp) multiviewers are being launched to the European broadcast market at IBC2015. Apantac said the line’s modular architecture concept ensures...
Multiviewer for IP and baseband
A new hybrid multiviewer supporting IP/ASI and SDI/CVBS baseband signals has been added to Apantac’s Tahoma platform at IBC2015. The new Tahoma-IL accepts a...
Apantac debuts 4K converters
A new family of 4K converters is making its European debut at IBC, aimed at displaying UHD sources on inexpensive monitors.