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Blackmagic MultiView-Now you can monitor multiple SDI sources on an Ultra HD monitor or TV!

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Blackmagic MultiViews are the world’s first native Ultra HD multi viewers that let you monitor completely independent SDI video sources on a single HD or Ultra HD display! With full frame re-synchronization on every input, you can monitor any combination of SD, HD and Ultra HD formats and frame rates all at the same time, on the same display. When used with an Ultra HD television, the quad split view gives you four full resolution 1080 HD monitors on a single screen! You also get on screen audio meters, custom view labels and much more!

MultiView 4

The easiest multi view you’ll ever use!

Blackmagic MultiView 4 has four completely independent 6G-SDI inputs that work with all SD, HD and Ultra HD formats up to 2160p30. Simply connect your sources and you’ll get a standard 2×2 grid view on an HD or Ultra HD television. Using the included Ethernet remote control software, you can turn on audio meters, choose which audio to output, as well as create custom labels, and more! MultiView 4 is compatible with the Teranex Mini Rack Shelf so you can use it on your desktop or rack mount it. You can also add an optional Teranex Mini Smart Panel for front panel control! For the ultimate in broadcast reliability and redundancy, you can power MultiView 4 via the AC connection as well as power over Ethernet!

MultiView 16

View up to 16 independent sources at the same time!

With 16 completely independent 6G-SDI inputs, Blackmagic MultiView 16 is perfect for larger installations where you need to monitor up to 16 SD, HD and Ultra HD sources at the same time. You get full front panel router style controls, along with an LCD screen and spin knob to adjust settings, route sources to different views, turn on overlays, and more. MultiView 16 can display sources in a 2×2, 3×3 or 4×4 grid, or even in a SOLO view for full screen viewing of any single source!

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