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Savant SmartView Video Tiling Expanded, Controlled from iPad
Technology delivers up to nine content windows to HD display

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Savant SmartView Video Tiling can be used in advanced commercial applications.
February 26, 2013 By CI Staff

Savant Systems, LLC has expanded its SmartView Tiling technology to deliver up to nine HD windows of content or media on a single display, featuring broadcast quality video processing and scaling.

SmartView Tiling accepts video input resolutions up to 1080p while delivering HD video to the display via HDMI.

Through Savant’s iPad interface, users can arrange tiling, change content programming and save their “favorite” configurations. They can also create up to four presets based on criteria including selected media sources, channels, audio source, volume level and screen layout.

The nine-tile version is available with Savant’s multi-window video processing modules (VOM-SV02 and SVT-009T platform). This solution provides the capability to switch up to 24 media sources displayed on one to nine windows.

The customizable multi-view solution can be utilized in advanced commercial applications including corporate boardrooms, smart classrooms, digital signage, hospitality, and restaurants.

 

 

 

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