This little unit packs a punch. Taking up to 16 inputs and processing them to show all 16 PiPs on one screen with AMUs, UMDs and Tallies.Add to kit list
This multi-viewer does exactly what it says on the tin. 1 to 16 Channel Multi-Viewer with SDI and HDMI outputs for 3G/HD/SD and Custom Layouts, UMDs, Audio Meters, Graticules and Tallies. The unit also take TSL serial commands for integrations with bigger systems and control surfaces.
Support for both 3G level A and B on the input and output. Allowing conversion between 3G level A and B.
Low cost miniature (3G/HD/SD)-SDI 1 to 16 channel Multi-Viewer or 16 to 1 input multiplexer
Custom Layouts with various standard layouts
16 Character UMD overlay per window with individual enables, custom positioning and size
8 Channel Audio Metering overlay per window with individual enables, custom positioning and size
Safe Action and Safe Title overlay per window with individual enables and adjustment
Centre Cross overlay per window with individual enable
Audio ID overlay
Tallies can be applied to either Tally Boxes (Default), Outside Safe Action Area or Border
Tally boxes allows for up to 4 Tallies per window (Green, Red, Blue and Yellow)
Load and restore Custom Layouts
Fast switching between inputs using Full-Screen scaling
Selectable output format in both Full-Screen and Multi-Viewer mode
Low latency buffering for each input allowing non-synchronous inputs
Linked (3G/HD/SD)-SDI and HDMI outputs
16 x (3G/HD/SD)-SDI inputs with auto detection (26 Formats supported in total)
Each window is independent of the others, allowing any 3G/HD/SD format of any frame rate to be displayed simultaneously
Variable aspect ratios per window
Pass-Through mode allowing any of the 16 inputs to be selected and routed to both the (3G/HD/SD)-SDI and HDMI outputs
The DMON-16S is a truly portable converter, that incorporates our new easy to use LCD and button control system. This gives you easy access to most of the amazing features without using complicated LED/button control, dip switches or having to carry around a computer to change a simple setting.