DECIMATOR MD-QUAD 3G/HD/SD-SDI Quad Split Multi-Viewer with SD/HD/3G-SDI & HDMI Outputs Version 3

DECIMATOR MD-QUAD 3G/HD/SD-SDI Quad Split Multi-Viewer with SD/HD/3G-SDI & HDMI Outputs Version 3

DECIMATOR MD-QUAD 3G/HD/SD-SDI Quad Split Multi-Viewer with SD/HD/3G-SDI & HDMI Outputs Version 3

Used Cat.# 1926723 MFR # DD-MD-QUAD

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  • 1 to 4 Channel Multi-Viewer/Multiplexer
  • 4x SD/HD/3G-SDI Auto Detecting Inputs
  • SD/HD/3G-SDI & Composite Out
  • Down-Converter to NTSC or PAL
  • Low Latency Input Buffering
  • Independent Simultaneous Format Display
  • Supports Variable Aspect Ratios
  • Rotary Encoder & Push Button Selection
  • Selectable Output Format
  • Locking Power Socket
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DECIMATOR DD-MD-QUAD Overview

  • 1Description

Version 3 of the DECIMATOR MD-QUAD 3G/HD/SD-SDI Quad Split Multi-Viewer with SD/HD/3G-SDI & HDMI Outputs adds a test pattern generator, audio tone generator, audio channel pass through, and on-screen display on an optional connected monitor. The device provides you with an SD/HD/3G-SDI quad splitter or multiplexer. It features four auto detecting SDI inputs, and outputs to an SDI and an HDMI output.

Each input is independent and features low latency buffering, which allows the device to display all four inputs on an optional monitor screen simultaneously, even when each input signal is a different format or frame rate. The output signal also supports different aspect ratios being displayed on the screen of your monitor's SDI or HDMI input. A rotary encoder and push button selector allows you to navigate and select from the menu option without setting DIP switches or connecting to a computer. The menu function allows you to select your output format, and a locking power socket minimizes the chance of power loss by a kick out of the power cable.

Note: Firmware Release 2.0.6 adds 3G-SDI Level B support for 1080p60/59.94/50 for this model, as well as the ability to set the SDI output to 3G level A or B and convert between level A and B. It also enables horizontal and vertical image flipping per window, and adds custom layout features that move this model from a fixed window quad-split to a customizable 1-to-4 channel multi-viewer.

Updates
Updates from the previous version include:
  • In Quad-Split mode the first 8-channels of audio from any input can now be passed to both the HDMI and SDI output
  • On-screen audio id pop-up when selection audio source in Quad-Split mode
  • On-screen display pop-up when using the rotary encoder allows you to adjust the device's settings requiring a PC
  • Professional 3G/HD/SD Test Pattern Generator featuring 54 Test Patterns including Luma and Chroma Zone-plates
  • Audio Tone Generator
General
  • Miniature (3G/HD/SD)-SDI 4 to 1 Quad Split or 4 to 1 input multiplexer
  • Selectable output format in Quad-Split mode
  • Low latency buffering for each input allowing non-synchronous inputs
  • Linked (3G/HD/SD)-SDI and HDMI outputs
  • 4 x (3G/HD/SD)-SDI inputs with auto detection (26 Formats supported in total)
  • 8-Channel Audio metering for each quadrant with:
    • The first two 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
  • Each quadrant is independent of the others, allowing any 3G/HD/SD format of any frame rate to be displayed simultaneously
  • Variable aspect ratios per quadrant
  • All 4 inputs can be displayed simultaneously on a single output
  • Pass-Through mode allowing any of the 4 inputs to be selected for output
  • In Pass-Through mode the selected input is passed through to both the 3G/HD/SD-SDI and HDMI outputs
  • On-Screen 16 character IDs (UMDs) for each input
  • A single tallies for each input is available from the GPI
  • An extensive selection of user controllable functions via an easy to use rotary encoder for menu selection. LEDs and a push button can then be used for status and control
  • USB port for control and updates
  • GPI on RJ-45 for remote switching
Menu Options
  • Input status for all 4 inputs
  • Output format
  • Output selection of Quad Split or input 1, 2, 3 or 4
  • Output aspect and type of 16:9 or 4:3 at either 90 or 100% of screen size
  • Individual aspect format for each output can be set to same as input, Letter-box or Pillar-box
  • Border Enable
  • Quad split mode reference of either Free-run or input 1
  • Enables for On-Screen Overlays
  • Basic Audio Meter control
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DECIMATOR DD-MD-QUAD Specs

SDI Input & Output Formats 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
1080p/psf: 30/29.97/25/24/23.98 Hz
1080i: 60/59.94/50 Hz

720p: 60/59.94/50/30/29.97/25/24/23.98 Hz

SD - SMPTE 259M@270 Mb/s
525i: 59.94 Hz
625i: 50 Hz
Inputs SD/HD/3G-SDI: 4 x BNC
Outputs SD/HD/3G-SDI: 1 x BNC (10-bit SD-SD Re-Clocked)
HDMI: 1 x HDMI
LED Indicators Power
Signal Lock and Rate: 4 x
Power 5 to 24 VDC
6 W
Pin Pos Connector
Dimensions 3.5 x 3.7 x 0.9" / 90 x 94 x 23 mm

DECIMATOR DD-MD-QUAD Reviews

question

how many amps does this pull? When it is powered.
Asked by: Anonymous
About 6 watts or less.
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

Will this pass visual time code?
Asked by: raymo
If you are feeding this unit a signal that has Time Code Displayed it will see the Time Code and display it as well. If this is not what you are asking about and require some further assistance feel free to email us directly at provideo@bhphoto.com.
Answered by: Joseph P.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

Can I use both HD-SDI and HDMI Outputs simultaneously?
Asked by: Willian
Yes - both outputs will be identical.
Answered by: Suzanne M.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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