Ensemble Designs BrightEye Mitto 3G/HD/SD Scan Converter

Ensemble Designs BrightEye Mitto 3G/HD/SD Scan Converter

Ensemble Designs BrightEye Mitto 3G/HD/SD Scan Converter

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Product Highlights

  • Scan Conversion
  • VGA, DVI & HDMI Input
  • SD-, HD- & 3G-SDI Output
  • Analog & Digital Audio Input
  • PC & Mac Interface
  • Genlock
  • Front-Panel Controls
  • RS-232
  • Presets
  • Small Footprint
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The BrightEye Mitto 3G/HD/SD Scan Converter from Ensemble Designs allows you to scale video, particularly video taken from the web that needs to be output for broadcast applications. It accepts DVI or VGA signals and can output SD-, HD-, or 3G-SDI. HDMI input is also possible with use of an adapter. The unit also supports analog audio and AES digital audio input.

It offers PC and Mac interfaces. You can choose what part of the video to output with your mouse. The unit can additionally be controlled via its front-panel buttons or RS-232. Other features include user-selectable video output format, genlock, proprietary scaling, and presets. The unit's small footprint makes it well suited for use in virtually any work environment.

Web Video to Air Made Simple
This device supports SD, HD, and 3G video signals. For broadcasters who find they are relying on video content from the web, BrightEye Mitto offers the ability to convert web video for use in broadcast applications.
Filtering & Scaling Technology
BrightEye Mitto offers a proprietary scaling technology and multi-tap filtering. The region selected for output determines if Mitto acts as an upconverter or downconverter. The filters automatically adjust in accordance with the conversion being performed. Bringing progressive images from the desktop into the interlaced world of video is often a compromise between sharp details versus interfield flicker. Mitto's advanced filtering is designed to satisfy both of these seemingly contradictory requirements.
Digital & Analog Video and Audio
The front-panel interface allows you to choose the desired video output format. Choices are 1.5 and 3Gbps HD-SDI and SD-SDI. Composite video is simultaneously output on a separate BNC connector. The genlock reference input allows the video outputs to be timed to house. The audio input accepts either AES digital audio or analog audio. Audio is embedded into the SDI outputs, which is required for many high-end applications.
User Interface
The included Mac/PC application let's you simply use your mouse to click and drag over the specific portion of computer video that you want to output. The interface allows you to see which parts of the screen you don't want to output, as well as the parts you do want to use. The perspective of seeing the whole screen gives you the ability to choose exactly which portion of the video you want to output. Whether you output the entire screen of just a selected portion, you'll be able to see exactly what you are doing. Presets also enable you to store your favorite settings.
Free Software Upgrades Forever
BrightEye Mitto's software can be upgraded through the unit's USB port. Software upgrades are available for no charge for the life of the product and are conveniently downloadable from the Ensemble Designs web site.
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Ensemble Designs BrightEye Mitto 3G/HD/SD Scan Converter
  • Limited 5-Year Warranty
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    Ensemble Designs Mitto Specs

    Inputs Computer Input
    Number: One
    Type: DVI or VGA (Supports HDMI with adaptor)
    Connector: DVI-I
    Resolution: Up to 1920 x 1200

    Reference Input
    Number: One, BNC
    Type: 1 V P-P Composite Video, PAL, NTSC, Tri-Level Sync
    Impedance: 75 Ohms
    Return Loss: >40 dB

    Analog Audio Inputs
    Number: One stereo pair
    Connector: 1/8" mini jack
    Impedance: >15 kOhms
    Max Input Level: 24dBu
    Quantization: 24 bits, 128 x oversampled
    Sample Rate: 48KHz
    Reference Level: -10dBu or +4dBu
    Frequency Response: +/-0.1dB, 20Hz to 20KHz
    Crosstalk: <106dB
    Dynamic Range: >106dB

    AES/EBU Digital Inputs
    Number: Two (four channels)
    Type: AES3id, S/PDIF
    Connector: 1/8" mini jack
    Bit Depth: 20 and 24 Bit
    Sample Rate: 30 KHz to 192 KHz
    (Sample Rate Converted Internally to 48KHz)

    Outputs Serial Digital Output
    Number: Two, BNC
    Signal Type: 1.485Gbps HD, 2.97Gbps HD, or 270 Mbps SD-SDI
    Audio: Embedded
    Impedance: 75 Ohms
    Return Loss:
    >15dB to 1.485GHz
    >10dB to 2.97GHz
    Output: DC None (AC coupled)
    SDI Standards Supported:
    1080i (SMPTE 274M -4,5,6) 50, 59.94 or 60Hz
    720p (SMPTE 296M -1,2,3) 50, 59.94 or 60Hz
    1080p (SMPTE 274M -9,10,11) 23.98, 24, 25Hz
    1080sF (RP211 -14,15,16) 23.98, 24, 25Hz
    3Gbps Level A or Level B (SMPTE 424M, 425M)
    525i, 625i (SMPTE 259M)

    Analog Video Output
    Number: One, BNC
    Type: Composite PAL or NTSC
    (when SD is selected on the SDI output)
    Return Loss: > 40dB
    Output DC: < 100mV

    Computer Monitor Output
    Number: One, looping
    Type: DVI or VGA
    (Supports HDMI with adaptor)
    Connector: DVI-I
    Format: Follows input

    Control RS-232, 9-pin D
    Power 12V, 12W, 100 to 230VAC (modular power supply not included)
    Dimensions (HxWxD) 1.6 x 5.63 x 5.5" (20 x 143 x 140mm)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.9 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.0 x 8.0 x 2.56"

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