The Sirius 800 routers have dedicated cross points and card slots ready to accept MV-800 multiviewers, offering a ready solution for dense monitoring of large signal numbers. Each MV-800 unit is able to receive 48 sources of the available router inputs and provide up to 12 multiview outputs from those. The Sirius 830 and Sirius 850 accept two MV-800 cards, with the Sirius 840 offering space for three. For example, the Sirius 830 router offers 288x288 video routing in a 15 RU chassis, plus the ability to support 24 multiviewer outputs from the two MV-800 units installed.
Each of the hardware based MV-8 series multiviewers, MV-820, MV-800 and MV-830, all generate H.264 streams for each of the 48 input signals. These multicast streams can be used in the MV-800 DT desktop multiviewer to produce local and unique multiviews specific to each individual or application. Functionality of the desktop companion is a close comparison to the MV-8 family members for layout design, information displays etc.
By using the MV-800 DT with the MV-8 series multiviewers gives you the opportunity to completely re-design the monitoring requirements of your facility. Coupled with the Media Assurance capabilities of Grass Valley's control systems, the MV-800 can produce significantly different and beneficial solutions when compared to conventional multiviewers.
Superior density – 48 inputs to 12 outputs
4 standard outputs
5-12 optional license
World-class image processing and scaling
Up to 32 channels of audio metering per source
Internal and external UMD and tally support
Clock and timers
Unique input source streaming (H.264 used in conjunction with the MV-800-DT desktop multiviewer software)
Unlimited desktop multiviewer output expansion capability with MV-800-DT
Integrated control and monitoring of system wide external devices as well as internal video and audio sources
Full audio, video and metadata alarm support
Multiple display wall control
SDI and fiber output options
Mix HD, 3G & 4K UHD sources on HD, 3G and 4K UHD displays simultaneously
AFD/WSS auto support
Safe area and aspect ratio outlays
Full RollCall integration
For higher density applications, additional MV capability can be added using the MV-850 populated in the output slots of the routing frame for Sirius 850 and Sirius 840
Inputs – 48 (from router)
SD 525/59.94 & 625/50
HD 720p (50, 59.94, 60 frames)
HD 1080i (25, 29.97 & 30 frames)
3G 1080p (50, 59.94 & 60 frames)
4K UHD quad link (uses 4 inputs per 4K UHD source)
IP support via Sirius 800 IP router inputs
4 video outputs (coax or fiber) (upgradable to 12):
MV-800-DT MV-800 desktop multiviewer license code
License code to enable software for MV-800 desktop multiviewer for streaming IP sources, 1 license per seat
MV-8 Series & MV-Flex Multiviewers: Integrated and Standalone Options for Every Operation Datasheet
Grass Valley's multiviewer technology gives broadcasters the flexibility to work the way they want to work today, yet future-proof their operations for tomorrow.
Multiviewers traditionally are used to monitor outputs and source material within a broadcast environment with some models offering extra monitoring features. However, as technology evolves so does the requirements for media organizations.
Grass Valley offers a comprehensive range of MV-Flex standalone and MV-8 series standalone, router integrated and IP multiviewers to meet any application, size of operation or architecture, whether that's in a traditional SDI, IP or hybrid environment.
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