Thinklogical To Demo High-Productivity Postproduction Video-Editing Workflow
Thinklogical, a global manufacturer of secure fiber-optic video and KVM routing and extension systems, announced it will be introducing new products and demonstrating a high-productivity postproduction video editing workflow at its booth #N2819 at NAB Show 2013, April 8-11, 2013 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The demonstrations highlight how Thinklogical’s fiber optic-based video and KVM routing and extension solutions address many of the complex challenges facing today’s broadcast and video postproduction professionals.
The Thinklogical booth will feature a range of product demonstrations, including:
Performance and Productivity for Video Editing Workflows
Experience the high performance and productivity of Thinklogical’s extension and switching capabilities in our Post Production suite demonstration. Sit at a typical Post Production desk and use our innovative new tablet-based, touch-enabled control software to switch sources and destinations with no latency.
Flexible and Efficient Modular System Design
Review our new Q-Series modular system design, supporting a breadth of video, audio and peripheral data connections in a flexible design that accommodates the design requirements you know about today, while allowing for expansion and implementation of requirements that you may develop in the future.
New Digital Cinema 4K Products
See our industry first 4K SMPTE/Digital Cinema extension solutions. These products extend 4K signals from four HD-SDI inputs or two 3G inputs over a single multi-mode or single mode fiber, with no compression, latency, artifacts or lost frames.
Enhanced Control Software Interface
View our new On-Screen Display, X4 Configurator system, providing centralized management and seamless integration of Thinklogical systems within your application.
Simplified Video Wall Integration
Learn how Thinklogical and Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions have collaborated to integrate Thinklogical DVI input circuitry directly into Mitsubishi high performance video wall displays. Applications can now be deployed without additional equipment and copper-wire cabling between the video source and the display wall.