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Apantac

Apantac provides high quality, cost effective signal and image processing equipment. The Apantac product line includes multiviewers, video walls, matrices, extenders, openGear solutions and a full line of 4K, HDBaseT, KVM signal processing equipment Apantac was founded in 2008 and is a privately held company with its headquarters located in Portland, Oregon, USA.

Model: EVS-1-E-II

It can extend Chyron Mosaic XL and EVS XT3 control and monitoring signal up to 600 feet away.
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Apantac Shows New MiniQ Quad-Split Multiviewer, tWarp Warp Engine & Cynergy Multiviewer Tools at KOBA 2012
Posted on Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Apantac Shows New MiniQ Quad-Split Multiviewer, tWarp Warp Engine & Cynergy Multiviewer Tools at KOBA 2012
Apantac, manufacturer of multiviewers, extenders, and a variety of image and signal processing solutions for broadcast, professional AV, post and all adjacent audio video markets, will showcase its new MiniQ Quad-Split Multiviewer, tWarp Warp  Engine, and Cynergy Virtual Mouse and Keyboard Control at KOBA 2012.
 
Apantac solutions will be showcased on both the Mediapro booth C621 and the PI International booth D321. 
 
MiniQ Multiviewer
The MiniQ is the latest addition to the TAHOMA platform of award-winning Multiviewers.  It is a multiviewer specifically designed to address mobile and outside broadcast truck applications.  The TAHOMA MiniQ can be used either as a standalone quad-split multiviewer, or multiple units can be combined to form a 32-input Multiviewer system.  Three standalone MiniQ's modules can be mounted in the optional 1 RU tray for quad-split applications.  Eight MiniQ modules can be mounted in a 3 RU frame to form a 32 input multiviewer. When mounted in a 3 RU frame with a redundant power supply, the TAHOMA MiniQ is a feature-rich front accessible and hot swappable unit that runs ultra-quiet and ultra-cool.
 
Each MiniQ input auto-detects 3G/HD/SD-SDI and composite (PAL / NTSC) signals.  Outputs support HDMI/DVI and SDI.  An individual MiniQ quad-split or MiniQ Multiviewer system supports output resolutions up to 1920 x 1200 including 1080p.
 
tWarp Warp Engine for Multiviewer Portrait Mode
the new tWarp Warp Engine is part of the CRESCENT line of signal processing solutions and is a tool to display any HDMI signals or output of a TAHOMA Multiviewer to portrait mode by turning it 90 or 270 degrees.  tWarp also includes a built-in CATx Receiver that is compatible with the full line of MT HOOD Extenders and TAHOMA Multiviewer Series.
 
Cynergy
TAHOMA Cynergy is a software option that lets users control all computer inputs on a TAHOMA Multiviewers with a single mouse and keyboard.    It features a seamless interface between a single mouse and keyboard with all computers that are part of the TAHOMA Multiviewer system.  The users can move the mouse across all windows on single display or multiple displays, as well as copy and paste information between connected computers.  Cynergy can be used with the TAHOMA-DE “Universal” and TAHOMA-DL “Hybrid” lines of Multiviewers.
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