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New features for Calibre’s LVS

New features for Calibre’s LVS

New features for Calibre’s LVS

Including the HQPro1000 processor with modular architecture and 4K60 4:4:4 image processing, Calibre’s Live Virtual Solution (LVS) offers support for multiple sources and layers, along with a confidence monitor output. Scaling is provided by the manufacturer’s low-latency HQUltra technology which reportedly provides seamless, fast and transitional switching between scenes.

New features of the HQPro1000 for LVS include high-quality chroma-keying and luma-keying with no requirement for any additional hardware or software preserving the latency for live presentations, objects or presenters where the background can easily be inserted. Advanced area of interest provides adjustments per layer to show what users want to concentrate on, whether the source is a camera on a pastor or something pre-recorded. Up-to 10 presets are available allowing users to define, store and recall different screen layouts. The FPGA processor can handle powerful resources including 3D objects and can reportedly handle any image size.

LVS has flexible options to incorporate an HDMI-USB converter to transform the HQPro1000 output image to a computer camera image for live events. Users can also choose an H.265 encoder to record and stream video directly to a preferred video platform such as Facebook, Twitch or YouTube. An optional 12G SDI module card provides high frame rates and deep, saturated colours from 4K and Ultra4K signals over a single cable.



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