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The BlendPRO-II Processor from Barco can be used for data doubling to generate overlapped projected regions, as well as edge-feathering of the overlapped images. The amount of data overlap and the edge-feather transfer function are user programmable. This unit is designed for use as an integrated component in a widescreen system with up to four ScreenPRO-II seamless switchers and the ScreenPRO-II controller.
This unit allows for easy transition from presentations involving independent screens to multiple projector widescreen presentations. Input source selection, seamless switching, and image processing control functions are performed by multiple ScreenPRO-II units. The outputs from the ScreenPRO-IIs are fed to a BlendPRO-II, which creates data overlap and edge feathering completely transparent to the operator. Test patterns are provided to support projector alignment
This unit supports up to four projectors (digital DVI and analog)
It can be used with up to four digital DVI Video inputs from ScreenPRO-II program outputs
This unit performs all necessary data doubling and edge-feathering functions to significantly simplify widescreen presentations
Test patterns are available for projector alignment
User-programmable overlap region and edge-feathering parameters are standard features
BlendWizard software is designed to make show set-up a simple process
24-hour technical support is available
In the Box
Barco BlendPRO-II Processor
Three-Year Parts & Labor Warranty
Table of Contents
(4) digital DVI channels per DDWG 1.0 on DVI-I connector
(4) high-resolution channels, digital DVI channels per DDWG 1.0 on DVI-I connectors and analog RGBHV on HD-15 connectors
VGA up to UXGA @ 60Hz (including all progressive HD resolutions and 1920 x 1200 and 2048 x 1080)
Controlled from ScreenPRO-II controller via Ethernet