Color Video Encoder is a basic building block of any video synthesis system.
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Color Video Encoder is a basic building block of any video synthesis system. Any signal type, whether video, audio, control voltages, or logic signals, can be input and encoded into stable, viewable video at Color Video Encoder’s output. Color Video Encoder requires connection to a Video Sync Generator or Visual Cortex module in order to function. Multiple Color Video Encoders can be included in a single system.
Color Channel Inputs
Red, Green and Blue color channel inputs are processed by level and inversion controls and then summed with a variable -1 to 1 Volt bias control. The resulting voltages are clipped and blanked before being encoded into the Composite video signal to control the brightness of the associated color.
Three independently buffered video outputs, two Composite and one S-Video, can be connected directly to display or recording devices as desired