An 8-Megapixel 4K Ultra HD Multiviewer
The SuperView® 4K multiviewer is the world’s first real-time 4K video processor designed for use with “Ultra HD” monitors and projectors.
In the industry, Ultra HD is also known as “4K.” Common 4K timings, such as 3840x2160 (for monitors) and 4096x2160 (for projectors), provide 8 megapixels of resolution, four times the resolution of standard HD video (1920x1080). When the SuperView 4K multiviewer is combined with an Ultra HD monitor or projector, the result is a remarkable 8 megapixel multi-image display solution with unmatched clarity. RGB Spectrum’s real-time architecture and embedded operating system result in superb image processing, with no dropped frames.
When Ultra HD content is displayed, up to four HD (1920x1080) windows can be arranged on screen. When HD content alone is used, up to 8 windows are available, with the full complement of SuperView creativity at your fingertips. Regardless of the layout, any HD window can be shown at full resolution, without requiring downscaling. At every product demonstration and trade show, customers consistently remark about the unparalleled quality of the SuperView 4K multiviewer's multi-window video output.
In addition to the SuperView 4K multiviewer’s ability to manipulate a full range of video and graphic resolutions, the multi-window 4K video processor offers a range of creative features — including dynamic window sizing and positioning, input grouping, smooth panning and zooming within images, custom borders, titles, overlaps, HDCP support and programmable presets. System options include a redundant power supply, RGB Spectrum’s unique SinglePoint™ KvM control, and the BP-16 remote panel for recalling presets.
Meeting today’s demand for the highest resolution possible, the SuperView 4K multiviewer delivers unequalled reliability, 24/7 robustness, and the ability to display your high-quality content with 8 million pixels of performance.
SuperView 4K accommodates 4K signals (3840x2160p, 4096x2160p) via 4x single-link DVI channels
Dual-link output mode: Non-compliant
RS-232, Web interface
50/60 Hz, 125 W maximum
Patents: US 8,120,581, US 8,184,065 and other patents pending