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Analog Way LivePremier™ 4K/8K Live Presentation Systemat InfoComm 2019

Analog Way’s game-changing 4K/8K live presentation system will be presented at InfoComm 2019, June 12-14 in Orlando, FL. Dedicated to high-end staging and premium system integration, the new platform will be showcased at Analog Way’s booth #1316 via professional presentation sessions and demos, along with the latest release of Picturall™ media servers.

The LivePremier™ Aquilon systems combine industrial-grade reliability, real-time 10/12-bit 4:4:4 video processing power compliant with HDR, and pure 4K60p on each input and output with ultra-low latency.

In its largest chassis configuration, LivePremier™ Aquilon offers up to twenty-four 4K60 inputs and twenty 4K60 outputs configurable as single screens, edge-blended widescreens or scaled auxiliary outputs; two dedicated 4K Multiviewer outputs; up to twenty-four 4K or forty-eight HD freely assignable layers, as well as powerful features for any advanced display configurations.

It simplifies configuration and operation through unique features such as live program/preview workspaces with high-resolution dynamic thumbnails of connected sources, multi-operator collaboration with password protection and user privileges, walkthrough guides, keyword search, and multi-language support.

Field-replaceable I/O connector modules allow connectivity to a variety of formats, including HDMI2.0, DP1.2, 12G-SDI and future potential formats such as single-cable 8K and IPTV transports.

With the native Dante™ audio routing capability, up to 64 channels of audio can be embedded or de-embedded over a Dante™ network.

The LivePremier™ series includes four pre-configured products (Aquilon RS1, RS2, RS3 and RS4) and two fully customizable models (Aquilon C and C+) that can be tailored to match the requirements of any project or event.

Analog Way’s booth at InfoComm will also put the spotlight on the latest 2.8 software version of its Picturall™ media servers