tvONE Ships New Dynamic Mode for CORIOview
tvONE is now shipping a new Dynamic mode to tvONE’s 4K multi-window processor, CORIOview, making it the ultimate meeting solution.
CORIOview, a 4K multi-window processor with up to eight sources, can now be used in two modes. Users can choose from a classic multi-viewer look and feel or the highly optimized Dynamic mode when collaboration and ease of use are top priority in huddle rooms, meeting spaces, and control rooms.
With the new Dynamic mode, users can connect, collaborate, and present like never before. Connecting a source to CORIOview will automatically add you to a shared visual multi-window display, and a simple push of a button will take you full screen to present with maximum impact. For ease of navigation, on-screen labels provide you with source information and audio status. If you need to pause your visual collaboration, output video and audio can be muted or unmuted as desired.
Working in the traditional Classic mode, CORIOview aims to out-perform other solutions. Features include eye-catching transitions, up to eight inputs in just a half-width 1RU modular chassis, advanced source labelling, colour borders, and audio. You can also choose to output to a portrait or landscape display.
CORIOview is an ultra-compact, 4K multi-window processor that can take inputs from up to eight separate sources for HDMI (4K or HD), DVI, 3G-SDI, HD-SDI, HDBaseT (4K or HD), and streaming video depending on the configuration of its modular design, and output them to HDMI (4K or HD), DVI, 3G-SDI or HDBaseT(HD). This makes CORIOview a versatile product for a range of different environments.