For-A HVS-XT110 video switcher Cypress, CA – FOR-A will demo several products at next month’s Government Video Expo, which takes place December 3-5 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. The company will exhibit in booth #807 and show switcher, multi-viewer, video stabilizer and video clip server technology.
“Government Video Expo is a premiere event that brings video production and broadcast equipment suppliers together with key decision makers in government technology,” said Jay Shinn, northeast account manager at FOR-A. “FOR-A offers several solutions that are ideal for government applications, and the show is a good opportunity to showcase our technology specifically to this market.”
FOR-A will demonstrate its popular video production switchers, including the HVS-XT110 HD/SD portable video switcher. The latest in the company's popular line of HVS series switchers, the HVS-XT110 features a compact, integrated design and comes standard with 12 HD/SD-SDI inputs and eight outputs, and enables nine outputs, including one HDMI output, to be freely assigned.
Another production switcher in FOR-A’s booth will be the compact, cost-effective HVS-390HS. The switcher comes standard with 16 HD/SD-SDI inputs, eight outputs plus an HDMI output. With the addition of optional input/output boards, the system expands to 24 inputs and 13 outputs. FOR-A recently introduced new switcher features that take mix effects (M/E) technology to the next level and upgrade the Aux bus system to perform with powerful M/E functionality.
FOR-A will also have the IVS-710HS HD/SD video stabilizer on hand. The high-performance, compact video processing solution corrects unwanted camera movement and vibrations while maintaining camera pan-and-tilt movement.
Additionally, FOR-A will show its MV-1620HS HD/SD high-resolution multiviewer. The reasonably priced unit features PC-based software that enables users to easily create screen layout, embedded audio level display for up to 16 channels per input, and title display of up to 16 characters per input. The layout memory of the MV-1620HS is capable of saving up to 16 layout patterns in the main unit, which can be selected directly from the front panel.
The MBP-100SX video clip server will also be showcased at Government Video Expo. The reliable solution records and plays MXF files and can be used in a variety of applications, including ingest, playback, and even program playout using a playout system.