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Frame Synchronizer with Mux & De-Mux, Frame synchronizer comes with 4 AES IN and 4AES OUT

Make: Evertz Model: 7746FS-EAES4-HD Evertz 7746FS-EAES4-HD belongs to the 7746FS/FSE/FSE-GPI Series. 7746FS-EAES4-HD HDTV Frame Synchronizers are designed to retime HD or SD video conforming to SMPTE 259M (525i/59.94 or 625i/50) or SMPTE 292M (1080i/60, 1080i/59.94, 1080i/50, 1080p/24sF, 1080p/23.98sF, 720p/60, 720p/59.94 or 480p/59.94) to a local reference tri-level or composite sync signal. The 7746FSE standard definition Frame Synchronizer is designed to retime only SD video conforming to SMPTE 259M (525i/59.94 or 625i/50) to a local reference tri-level or composite sync signal. When necessary, frames are repeated or dropped to maintain synchronization. During the synchronizing process the video delay varies from 3 lines through to 1 frame plus 3 lines. Additional delay can be added to the synchronizing process in 1 frame increments. On all versions the video and any embedded audio present is synchronized. (There are no audio sample rate converters on the 7746FS-HD version). On the 7746FS-EAES4-HD version, the user can choose to have either 2 groups from the upstream embedded audio or audio from the 4 AES inputs embedded on the output video and output as AES. When the input video is lost, it will pass the input AES or mute if embedded audio is selected for synchronizing. The frame synchronizers also have the ability to set the audio delay independently from the video delay. The frame synchronizers have the ability to adjust video parameters (such as brightness, contrast and saturation) and audio parameters (such as gain, mixing stereo pairs into monaural and reassignment of audio channels within the groups). The card functions can be controlled from the card edge or through the VistaLINKĀ® interface

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