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MSW-M2000

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Mpeg IMX Recorder with Betacam/SP, SX, IMX and Digital Betacam Playback

Product Description

MPEG IMX Studio Editing Recorder. Highest level MPEG-2 4:2:2 Profile@Main Level recording at 50Mbps, I frame only . 8-bit, 4:2:2 digital component recording (SMPTE D-10 format). Compact 4 RU height. Can play back Betacam/SP, Betacam SX and MPEG IMX and Digital Betacam tapes. Supports input/output bit rates of 30, 40 and 50 Mbps with built-in SDTI-CP interface. Features pre-read, dynamic motion control, and records 8 Audio channels at 16- bits/channel, or 4 Audio Channels at 24-bits/channel.Audio sample frequency is 48 KHz. All audio channels can be independently edited in either mode. Can transfer D-10 stream at 2x real time over SDTI-CP (as a standard feature), and has Metadata capacity of 255 bytes/frame. Video interfaces include SDI, SDTI, Component and Composite analog, all standard. Audio interfaces include embedded audio in SDI bitstream, AES/EBU, and analog, all standard. Machine control via RS 422 and 232, standard. Can accept BKMW-E2000 "e-VTR" optional interface board, which allows transfer of video and audio over IP networks.

 

  • MPEG-2 4::2:2 Digital Component Recording at 50 Mbps using I-Frame only compression
  • Frame accurate insert/assemble editing
  • Uses existing acquisition for source playback - Digital Betacam, Betacam, Betacam SP, Betacam SX as well as MPEG IMX
  • Compact 4 Rack Unit Chassis
  • MPEG elementary stream over SDTI-CP for both input and output
  • Accepts 30, 40, 50 Mbps for both input and output
  • Digital 16-bit 8ch or 24-bit 4ch independently editable, uncompressed audio
  • Long recording times of 184 minutes for large cassette and 60 minutes for small cassettes
  • Analog composite, analog component, SDI and SDTI I/O as standard
  • Analog audio (4 ch), AES/EBU audio (16-bit , 8ch or 24-bit 4-ch)