Your browser is out-of-date!

Update your browser to view this website correctly. Update my browser now



Analog Way Introduces Family of Multi-Format Converters

Anything-to-anything signal conversion

Analog Way VIO-4K front panel

PARIS — The Analog Way VIO 4K is a multi-format converter offering the latest generation of digital connectivity, adapted to the highest resolution formats. Equipped with seven inputs, VIO 4K enables the conversion of a variety of signals including Dual-link DVI, DisplayPort, HDMI, 6G-SDI Optical and universal analog, into an array of output signal formats up to 4K 30Hz, or 4K 60Hz with optional upgrade card.

Thanks to symmetry between input and output plugs (anything in, anything out), VIO 4K ensures high-end cross-conversion. For a better audio experience, VIO 4K offers advanced management of digital and analog audio signals.

VIO 4K includes two slots for optional I/O cards for video processing that can handle formats up to 4K 60Hz 4:4:4, and another slot for an optional audio card with XLR plugs. With all options, VIO 4K features nine inputs and three outputs. Any card added is independent and has its own processing. For easier product maintenance and reliability, DVI plugs are located on simple, independent cards.

Adapted for non-standard signal management, notably for LED walls, VIO 4K offers unique features. The Dual/Tri output mode enables association of a single source to three outputs with independently modifiable formats, aspect ratios and Area-Of-Interest. The rotation feature allows output rotation for portrait vs. landscape displays in 90-degree increments. The advanced management of the AOI, as well as unlimited layer resizing capabilities, allows precise sizing of a source to fit odd-resolution displays.

VIO 4K can be controlled from the front panel, thanks to a 3.5-inch color LED screen offering live visualization of sources. A web server is also available to control VIO 4K through Ethernet and USB plugs. This solution offers an intuitive graphic interface. Using either the front panel or the software, operators can visualize source content to further assist in basic operations.