Why Use a Multi-Image Processor?
The traditional way to display multiple video images is an array of monitors, one for each video source. This approach offers limited flexibility, allocating the same amount of display “real estate” for each source, regardless of importance, and limiting the position of each video image to a fixed location.
By comparison, a multi-image processor, or multiviewer, can display several video and computer sources on a single high-resolution monitor, providing flexible visual layouts while delivering superb video quality. Video images may be independently adjusted to different sizes, with dynamic changes as situations demand. The result — better decisions, faster.