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 DreamScaler 3


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Video  Inputs                                     Supported Formats   
4x HDMI with HDCP                        480i/p, 576i/p, 720p, 1080i/p
                                                            & VGA-SXGA 60Hz
1x RGBHV (5-BNC)                         480i/p, 576i/p, 720p, 1080i
                                                            & VGA-SXGA 60Hz
2x Component (YPbPr or RGB/S)     480p, 576p, 720p and 1080i
2x Composite                                      NTSC, PAL and SECAM
2x Video                                             NTSC, PAL and SECAM  
1x SD-SDI                                          480i60 and 576i50
                                                           (Optional SD-SDI Input ref.S7011030 required)
Audio Inputs
2x assignable Coaxial Digital  
2x assignable Optical Digital
1x assignable Analog Pair (L/R)  

Video Processing
VRS Precision Deinterlacing™ technology (Motion, Edge and Source-Adaptive Deinterlacing)
VRS Precision Video Scaling II™ technology (10-bit Scaling with Sharpness Control)
PReP™ (Progressive Re-Processing of 480p, 576p and 1080p sources)
Precision Gamma Correction (Individual color adjustment for Red, Green and Blue channels)
Rightrate™ (High performance Framerate Conversion for 24Hz, 48Hz and 72Hz outputs)
AutoCUE-C™ (Automatic Chroma Upsampling Error detection and correction)
Special Features
4x HDMI Inputs from 480i up to 1080p24/50/60Hz Full-Processing
Custom Aspect Ratio Controls for Constant Image Height/Width (CIH, CIW) Installations
10 Display Profiles to memorize the input and output configurations
Full-Frame Timebase Correction
10-bit Video Processing
Advance Picture Control: Brightness, Saturation, Hue, Sharpness, Y/C Delay, Ovescan, 2x Electronic Zoom
Audio/Video Output
Video Outputs  
1x HDMI 1080p50/60Hz output resolution (configurable from 1080p down to 480p)    
1x RGBHV analog output configurable for YPbPr, RGBHV, RGB/S or RGB  

Audio Outputs  
1x Coaxial Digital    
1x Optical Digital

General Specifications
Power Consumption      45W (3W in standby mode)
Power Supply                AC100-240V 50/60Hz
Dimensions (WxHxD)      434 x 55 x 263 mm - 17” x 2.2” x 10.4”
Net Weight               3.2 kg - 7.0 lbs





More sophisticated video processing and picture control.

The entire architecture of the VRS engine has been reviewed and designed with more complex and sophisticated algorithms, the VRS engine processor competes with the most powerful professional equipment giving full control of the picture settings.

Full HD Support

The new 10-bit video processor can fully process any video signal up to 1080p resolutions, that includes the prestigious film cadenced 1080p24 format that is supported by only a few high-end projectors and flat screens.  That means also that the scaler can be used to adapt the unusual formats like 1080p24 to the best suitable resolution and frame rate of your display without lags or motion artefacts.

The new scaler introduces the Progressive Re-Processing technology which is capable to process poor progressive signal as an original interlace source, and thus apply the unbelievable Precision De-interlacing algorithms to inverse-cine, film mode de-interlace.  Virtually gives the advantage to magnify any interlaced or progressive source into a pure, motion artefact-free 1080p video signal.

Larger system integration

The VRS Precision De-Interlacing core has been integrated into the main processor and has been enhanced to fully support 1080i processing.  There is no optional card to install as the Precision Deinterlacing features are completely integrated.  The Deinterlacing Menu gives access to advanced video processing options such as Game Mode, 5-field motion adaptive deinterlacing or inverse-cine algorithms to obtain a pure and smooth picture from any source, including HDTV programs or entry level HD-DVD players.

Automatic Frame Rate conversion

The exclusive Automatic Frame Rate conversion detects the source frame rate and automatically selects the best output format.  Typically, you can switch from NTSC signal to PAL/SECAM, the video processing would automatically configure the needed conversion to obtain the best picture.