Convergent Design unveils nano3D

Convergent Design unveils nano3D

September 15, 2010 Broadcast & Playout Digital Projections, Signage, DOOH, POS News Press Releases Production, Post Production 1

Το nano 3D της Convergent Design, συνδυάζει δύο recorders nanoFlash για να καταστεί δυνατή η πλήρως συγχρονισμένη στερεοσκοπική εγγραφή και αναπαραγωγή.

Επιπλέον, τα nano3D μπορούν να χρησιμοποιηθούν με ενιαίες πηγές κάμερας για ταυτόχρονη Offline / Online εγγραφή παρέχοντας δύο πανομοιότυπα αρχεία το ένα υψηλής ποιότητας το άλλο χαμηλής (off-line)
Το πολύ μικρό μέγεθος: 75mm (H) x 107 χιλιοστά (L) x 95 χιλιοστά (W), ελαφρύ (900g), και χαμηλότερης ισχύος (12 W), καθιστά το nano3D μια ιδανική επιλογή για σχεδόν κάθε 3D εγκατάσταση τηλεοπτικών καμερων

 Για παραγγελίες μπορείτε να επικοινωνήσετε με το τμήμα πωλήσεων του AmyDV στο 210 6133000 ή με e-mail στο [email protected].
(Colorado Springs, CO) Building on the highly successful nanoFlash, Convergent Design unveiled today, nano3D, the world’s smallest professional 3D HD portable recorder/player. nano3D combines two nanoFlash recorders/players, for fully synchronized stereoscopic recording and playback. Additionally, nano3D can also be used for simultaneous off line/online (high quality + proxy modes) or  redundant (2 identical masters) recording.  raster 4:2:2 Sony MPEG2 CODEC, but extends the bit rate up to 280 Mbps for superb video quality. Compressed video and audio are stored on affordable  compact Flash media (now up to 64GB) in Quicktime or MXF file format, providing universal NLE support, including Avid, Final Cut Pro, Edius, Vegas and Premiere.  SDI inputs as well as a LTC input for time code. nano3D supports a wide range of video formats, including 1080i60/50, 1080p30/25/24, and 720p60/50/30/25/24. I Frame only recording (up to 280 Mbps) guarantees that both the left and right frames are processed identically, for superior 3D rendering. Finally, up to 8 channels of embedded audio per HD SDI stream can be recorded in uncompressed 24 bit 48KHz format, enabling full HD 5.1 or 7.1 program creation.  stream synchronized HD SDI output. However, what really sets nano3D apart, is the built in combiner function which merges the left and right video into one of the popular 3D formats such as side by side, top and bottom, or line by line. The merged video is output over a single HD SDI cable for display on professional 3D monitors. Furthermore, the addition of a low cost HD SDI to HDMI converter enables the 3D HD SDI stream to be displayed on consumer 3D TVs. This is important, as a large screen is considered essential for critical analysis of 3D material.  cost 3D recorder / 3D playback solution will allow the immediate critical analysis of footage on set, allowing for an immediate confirmation that the scene was recorded properly. This will enable 3D projects to be shot with confidence”, said Dan Keaton, Director of Sales and Marketing for Convergent Design.  quality recorder that could be mounted on and powered by, your camera. nanoFlash continues to set the standard in terms of size, weight, power, and quality. We expect nano3D, with synchronized record / playback and built in stream combiner, will now revolutionize 3D production,” noted Mike Schell, President of Convergent Design.
For more information you can contact us at +30 210 6133000 or by mail at [email protected].

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  1. david says:

    nano3D Wins ‘Best of IBC’ Award!
    “The editorial teams behind TVBEurope and The IBC Daily have collaborated to choose the best new product innovations at IBC and the Convergent Design nano3D Recorder has won “A Best of IBC Awards”.
    “We are honored to receive this prestigious award. Convergent Design is making a strategic investment in 3D recording and playback devices. Our goal is to simplify field production by incorporating image processing functions within the recorder. nano3D offers very high quality isolated left/right channel recording, necessary for post production rotate, crop and resize operations. nano3D uniquely offers a simple workflow that is scalable from 2D to 3D, so production and rental companies don’t have to invest in different recording technologies”, noted Mike Schell, President of Convergent Design.

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