Galileo Offers Expanded Support for Highest Resolution in Wall Processing

RGB Spectrum is pleased to announce new capabilities for its award-winning Galileo video wall processor. A new input card supports video signals up to 4K resolution at 60Hz with 4:4:4 color sampling. This allows the highest quality video signals to be displayed on video walls without compromise.

Most video wall processors have limitations on image resolution, frame rate and/or color depth. This results in a bandwidth limitation and degradation of visual clarity. The versatile Galileo display processor can process the highest quality signals through its architecture at full bandwidth.

RGB Spectrum’s flexible Galileo display processor works with any type of display, including LED panels and projectors. As display technologies have increased in performance, the demand for complementary processing equipment has also increased to allow these displays to be used at their highest potential, running at 60 frames per second with 4:4:4 color sampling.

The Galileo display processor provides the user with a choice of software and hardware packages to choose from. The range of input/output options includes both direct, baseband inputs, web browsers, and IP decodes with dedicated processing providing the most flexible input structure available.

Up to 60 output signals can be configured on a Galileo processor spread across multiple video walls and individual displays.

From basic, single-user operation, to advanced, multi-user control rooms with multiple walls, Galileo’s flexibility means a great fit for any application.

About RGB Spectrum

RGB Spectrum is a leader in real-time visualization for decision support. Since 1987, we have powered mission-critical operations for security, infrastructure, and military deployments through the distribution, processing, and display of visual data. RGB Spectrum's innovative video solutions enhance situational awareness, expand collaboration, and drive new paths to digital transformation. Our motto: Better Decisions. Faster. To learn more, visit