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The BSC730 Broad Scan High Resolution to Video Scan Converter with Genlock from Analog Way is a device that converts high-resolution computer video to standard video format. It is designed for use in high-definition and standard television broadcast. It accepts DVI and RGB computer inputs up to 1920 x 1200 and outputs analog NTSC or PAL video.
Each input has its own monitor loop, which allows for connection of a control display. This unit also offers blackburst genlock. Other features include multi-level anti-flicker technology, horizontal & vertical filters, 16/9 & 4/3 special-sized and cropped output, and pan & zoom resizing up to 1000%. The unit can be controlled via the front-panel interface or with remote control software via RS232 or Ethernet connectivity.
Computer-to-Video Scan Conversion
Use this unit to convert high-resolution computer video to NSTC or PAL video.
This unit features genlock.
The converter works with both Windows and Mac operating systems.
Control the unit with the front-panel interface or with remote control software via Ethernet or RS232.
In the Box
Analog Way BSC730 Broad Scan High Resolution to Video Scan Converter with Genlock
- DVI-I Female: active loop through
- HD15 Female: active loop through
- BNC (x4): YUV or RGsB/RGBS
- 4-pin mini DIN: S. Video
- BNC: NTSC / PAL
- BNC: genlock active loop through
- BNC: analog luma key out
- BNC: frame lock out
• Stand by on/off
• Under/Over scan
• Aspect ratio:
• Zoom up to 1000%, linear pan & scan, finder
• Position and size
• LCD screen and control buttons for:
- Input type and status
- 8-level anti-flicker
- RGB & black level adjustment
- Output format selection
- Genlock phase adjustment (H & fsc)
• RS232 for remote control
• RJ45: Optional Ethernet connection