60 frames/s 3D is easy with I’m-XS Video Board
At IBC 2012, Image Matters (Boncelles, Belgium) will show a new system for digital cinema high frame rate quality evaluation. The system delivers playback of JPEG 2000 codestream at bitrate in excess of 1 Gbps — more than four times the current DCI specification. The decoded 2K images are transmitted to projector at a frame rate of up to 120 fps (60 fps per eye for Stereoscopic 3D content). To allow the easy production of multiple encoding formats, the system can encode high frame rate content from uncompressed files in near real-time.
I'm-XS and I'm-XL Boards
With two 3G video inputs and two 3G video outputs, the I'm-XS PCI-e board can connect directly to all SD, HD or 2K, single or dual, SDI signals. With itsGenlock input, it can be synchronized on any external digital or analog reference.
Equipped with a PCI Express GEN2 x8 connector enabling fast picture and compressed data stream exchange with a host PC or MAC at more than 4Gbps, the I'm-XS has on board HDMI connector providing a convenient monitoring solution with overlay capability.
With the I'm-XL extended features, the larger board can handle very large pictures up to 4K at 60 frames per second. I'm-XL can process more than 480 frames per second in HD or 2K resolution.
For more info, visit Image Matters website. ImageMatters will be at IBC 2012 in Amsterdam (Booth 10.D31)