In recent years, there's been an ever-increasing demand for high-resolution video mixers designed for the live presentation market. The primary niche of these mixers is the ability to handle many different resolutions from a variety of sources (often computer, HD, and SD) and then scale all inputs to a uniform high-res output (typically VGA or DVI) for projection and LED walls. Most have a pedigree emerging from scalers and scan conversion, with a simple cross-fade A/B bus strategy. If ...

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