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Monday, 09 August 2004 ,  Written by
Runco International has just introduced the new Next Generation ViVix II DHD Series Digital Video Controller as part of four different projection systems. Packaged with the Reflection VX-1000ci, VX-4000ci, VX-5000ci, and Video Xtreme™ VX-2c model projectors and utilizing Runco’s exclusive ViVix II digital processing, the DHD Digital Controller enhances all standard and HDTV source material for maximum clarity and precision. Offering broad analog and digital connectivity plus field-upgradeable software, the DHD Digital Controller ensures compatibility with all the latest signal sources according to Runco.
Monday, 22 September 2003 ,  Written by
Runco International has just announced the first of its next generation digital video processors. The new DHD-12 combines modern design and engineering with it’s processing capabilities. The DHD-12 features Runco’s new ViVix II™ digital video processing, with its digital and analog enhancement capability. Runco employs Orthogonal Line Correction to address time elapsed field video issues and eliminate artifacts. Multiple resolution output capability includes 480p, 576p, 720p and 1080i, as well as 1024 x 768, 1280 x 768, 1366 x 768 and 1280 x 1024, all with multiple aspect ratios. The DHD-12 also incorporates proprietary 3:2 and 2:2 pulldown processing for maximum quality at both 50Hz and 60Hz playback from programming originating on film, and videophile-grade edge enhancement. To protect against 4:3 image burns when used with plasmas, the DHD-12 provides gray sidebars to greatly reduce or eliminate the possibility of causing burn-in damage to the display.
Tuesday, 19 August 2003 ,  Written by
TERK Technologies has just launched the AMP-15. With the growing popularity of broadband cable, cable modems and off-air HDTV antennas, the typical connected home has a multiple of TV sets and broadband cable devices including cable modems, voice-over-data, video-on-demand, pay-per-view, and set-top boxes - all being used at the same time. The TERK AMP-15 is a high-performance 15dB amplifier designed specifically to improve the signal strength needed for broadband cable and UHF/VHF/FM/HDTV antenna reception. Since there are numerous obstacles that can degrade performance, such as signals being weakened when they are split into multiple paths or by long cable runs, the AMP-15 is for consumers who face these challenges.
Tuesday, 12 August 2003 ,  Written by
With DVD player penetration surpassing even the highest expectations, the time has come for a digital video program that appropriately addresses such a large audience. Following the success of the original, best-selling “Video Essentials” calibration disc—having sold over 300,000 units—comes “Digital Video Essentials,” from DVD International and Joe Kane Productions. The long-awaited DVD will be available on September 2nd, in both NTSC and PAL versions, at a suggested retail price of $24.99. The companies will also distribute a high definition D-VHS tape, in both 720p and 1080i formats, for HDTV D-Theater owners.
Tuesday, 11 February 2003 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
The big hurdle for the creation of more native HDTV content on TV has been the cost of the cameras and the production studios. While not necessarily up to the ultimate broadcast standards for HDTV, JVC has introduced a $3,500 camcorder that can record 720p HDTV. Editing is strangely done in the Windows XP environment with bundled software– not Macintosh which is more of the video editing industry’s computer of choice. The JVC GR-HD1 camcorder gives home video enthusiasts a way to get personally recorded content to their HDTV systems and even archived on their D-VHS VCRs which are also sold by JVC and can playback prerecorded HDTV movies. The GR-HD1 doesn’t always need record in 720. It can be set to record in the standard 480i format which is more compatible with TVs. The recorder hooks up to computers and other devices via Firewire.
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