Two Leading Manufacturers Come Together to Launch UHD Convertors
Meeting the requirements of today's live UHD workflow demands, MCC-4K-A is an extremely innovative motion compensated frame rate converter. It also presents essential workflow tools like HDR or SDR management, multi-channel audio, and closed caption handling.
FREMONT, CA: InSync Technology, a leading electrical and electronic manufacturer, and FOR-A, a major video and audio system producer, announced the newest motion-compensated UHD frame rate converters, the MCC-4K-A. The converters are developed by InSync and exclusively distributed by FOR-A.
InSync is a growing, employee-owned business offering manufacturing and product design services to the broadcast and associated markets. The firm has over a decade's experience in developing modern hardware signal processing products, with specialization in frame rate conversion (standards conversion) sold through OEM arrangements with leading broadcast producers. On the other hand, for-A specializes in production switchers, video processors, standard converters, and 4K products.
For live occasions produced and delivered in UHD, rigid quality standards conversion is crucial to international audience satisfaction. Meeting the requirements of today's live UHD workflow demands, MCC-4K-A is an extremely innovative motion compensated frame rate converter. It also presents essential workflow tools like HDR or SDR management, multi-channel audio, and closed caption handling.
"I'm delighted to have yet another high-quality product within the FOR-A video processing lineup," said Matt Soga, Senior General Manager, Marketing Division of FOR-A. "Our ongoing collaboration with InSync Technology continues to generate fruitful innovation which is world-class."
MCC-4K-A builds on the useful MCC-4K converter, with entirely new motion estimation algorithms that deliver more accurate motion processing ever, empowering MCC-4K-A to offer striking results when converting between frame rates. Erudite new format conversion applications provide unbeatable results when moving between UHD and HD between HDR and SDR.
"Bringing this level of innovation to the market is both exciting and challenging," said Lee Hunt, Head of Hardware at InSync Technology Ltd. "MCC-4K-A owes its performance to a highly skilled and dedicated team of engineers at InSync and to the tremendous support and collaboration we have had with FOR-A."
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