DECIMATOR MD-DUCC Multi-Definition Down Up Cross Converter

DECIMATOR MD-DUCC Multi-Definition Down Up Cross Converter

DECIMATOR MD-DUCC Multi-Definition Down Up Cross Converter

Used Cat.# 1898937 MFR # DD-DUCC

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  • 1 x SD/HD/3G-SDI Input with Auto Detect
  • Full 10-Bit Data Path
  • Motion-Adaptive De-Interlacing
  • 16:9/14:9/4:3 Aspect Ratio Conversion
  • 16 Channel Audio Metering
  • Graticule Generator & Text Overlays
  • 1 x SD/HD/3G-SDI Active Loop Through Out
  • HDMI, 2 x SDI, Component/CVSB/Y&C, Out
  • L/R AES Out & GPI Over RJ-45
  • Threaded Locking Power Connector
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DECIMATOR DD-DUCC Overview

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Compact and suitable for use on location or in a studio the DECIMATOR MD-DUCC Multi-Definition Down Up Cross Converter inputs an SD/HD/3G-SDI signal, converting it to SDI, HDMI, and component/composite & Y/C. The unit auto detects the input signal, and maintains a full 10-bit data path from input to output. It features true up/down cross converting between any of the supported formats, you only have to select the output format you want, and the device will auto detect and convert with no further input. This device allows you to convert from HD to SD, as well as SD to HD.

The cross converter supports motion adaptive deinterlacing, and aspect ratio conversion between 16:9, 14:9, and 4:3. You can select HD to HD, HD to SD, SD to HD and SD to SD conversions. The unit also supports 16 channels of audio level metering, with any of the 4 audio groups embedded in the SDI stream individually selectable. The built-in graticule generator can produce Action Safe, Title Safe and Center Cross, Action and Title safe are especially important when down converting HD material for display on an SD monitor, as you don't want to cut off important action or any of the credits. In addition to the graticule generation, the unit supports text overlays.

Outputs include one SDI loop-through output, two SDI, one HDMI out, as well as three BNCs that support component, composite, and Y/C video signals. Analog audio as well as AES audio is available via two RCA jacks built into the unit, and if you want to use GPI triggers, that is available to you via the RJ-35 jack. The unit comes with a power supply with locking power cable to prevent accidental power loss during use.

  • Auto detects 3G, HD or SD (26 Formats in total)
  • Full 10-bit data path and multipoint interpolation
  • Professional motion-adaptive de-interlacing
  • True Down Up Cross conversion, allowing the conversion between any of the supported formats. Simply select the output format you require, no matter what the input format is
  • Complete 16:9, 14:9 and 4:3 Aspect ratio conversion support, with individual selection for HD to HD, HD to SD, SD to HD and SD to SD conversions
  • Full 16-Channel Audio metering with:
    • Any of the 4 audio groups individually selectable
    • Vertical or Horizontal Bars
    • AES, VU, Extended VU, BBC, EBU, DIN and NORDIC Scales
    • Bar & Float, Bar only or Float only
    • Transparency adjustment
    • Separate Bar and Float Ballistics control
    • Adjustable Reference level
    • Red, Yellow and Green Range adjustment
    • Bar thickness adjustment
    • Margin adjustment
  • Adjustable Graticules Generator with:
    • Separate enables for Safe Action, Safe Title and Center Cross
    • Adjustable position for either Safe Action or Safe Title
    • Adjustable colors for Action Safe, Title Safe and Center Cross
  • Text Overlays with:
    • Adjustable Foreground and Background colors
    • Adjustable 16 character text
    • Current input format status
  • HDMI output
  • Selectable analog video output from either:
  • 3 x CVBS out / YPbPr out / RGB out / CVBS & YC out
  • 2 x (3G/HD/SD)-SDI 10-bit outputs with audio from input automatically delayed and passed
  • GPI on RJ-45 for Tallies
  • 3G/HD/SD-SDI Active Loop-Through Output
  • De-Embedded audio can be output on 2 x RCA connectors as either AES or analog with adjustable analog audio level
  • LEDs for status and buttons for basic configuration
  • USB port for control and firmware updates
  • Locking DC Power Socket
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DECIMATOR DD-DUCC Specs

Inputs SD/HD.3G-SDI: 1 x BNC ( 10-bit)
Outputs Video
HDMI: 1 x HDMI
SD/HD.3G-SDI: 1 x BNC (active Loop-Through
SD/HD.3G-SDI: 1 x BNC 2 x BNC (10-bit)
Component/Composite: 3 x BNC NTSC / PAL)

Audio
AES / Unbalanced Analog: 2 x RCA (Left / Right)
SDI Formats Supported 3G: SMPTE 424M 2.97 and 2.967 Gb/s
1080p: 60/59.94/50 Hz

HD: SMPTE 292M/274M/296M 1.485 and 1.435 Gb/s
1080i: 60/59.94/50 Hz
1080p/psf: 30/29.97/25/24/23.98 Hz
720p: 60/59.94/50/30/29.97/25/24/23.98 Hz

SD: SMPTE 259M 270 Mb/s
525i: 59.94
625i: 50
Cable Equalization Belden 1694A
3G-SDI: > 328' / 100 m
HD-SDI: > 656' / 200 m
SD-SDI: > 1312' / 400 m
Power 5 to 24 VDC
Approx. 5W
Pin Positive
Dimensions 3.5 x 4.8 x 0.9" / 90 x 123 x 23 mm

DECIMATOR DD-DUCC Reviews

MD-DUCC Multi-Definition Down Up Cross Converter is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Won't pass closed captioning Good unit that seems to do it all, except it won't pass closed captioning. Not professional enough.
Date published: 2015-09-24
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question

Can this be used with a vcr?
Asked by: Anonymous
While of course it depends what you are doing, we would give a qualified yes that it should work fine with an VCR. If you have further questions, please email us. provideo@bhphoto.com
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

Using the software to control the MU-DUCC, are you able to downgrade and HD/SDI signal at 30fps (frames per second), to a composite signal that runs at 15 fps? If so, how? Thanks.
Asked by: James P.
The composite signal would be NTSC 29.97. What equipment wants 15fps?
Answered by: Ronald S.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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