Cobalt Digital Plans to Launch Its Latest Converter Technology at IBC 2013

OBSIDIAN3G cards among products being unveiled
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Cobalt Digital, the manufacturer of 3G/HD/SD-SDI conversion gear, plans to unveil the latest in converter technology, including its new OBSIDIAN3G range of terminal gear cards, at the IBC 2013 show in Amsterdam.

The OBSIDIAN3G cards offer the highest quality performance and improved frame density, while Cobalt’s 9084 COMPASS HD/SD-SDI RGB Color Correction Card offers customers a fast and intuitive color correction option with real-time adjustment features, Cobalt said.

In addition, Cobalt’s SPOTCHECK audio-loudness measurement and recorded-data logging system, now offers enhanced compliance monitoring and logging capabilities, the firm said. With up to 16 video channels containing up to 32 audio channels, the newest version – SPOTCHECK-2016 – monitors, meters and logs loudness compliance over extended periods and now supports codecs H.264, MPEG2, MP1L2, DD, and AAC. Enhancements include live audiometers, thumbnails, transport stream manager and ASI Gateway, Cobalt said.

“We are very much looking forward to this year’s IBC 2013 show in Amsterdam and having the chance to meet with both current and potential new customers and demonstrate how we listened to their requests and delivered new and enhanced products to meet their diverse needs, no matter the application,” says Chris Shaw, Cobalt Digital’s executive vice president of sales and marketing.

“From professionals in traditional broadcast spaces to those in mobile trucks, studio and transmission environments, Cobalt is delivering a range of solutions that spans from high quality, fast color correction and video and audio compliance monitoring to expanded Blue Box and OBSIDIAN3G families at this year’s show,” Shaw said.

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