For Roger Waters' The Wall tour, an Apple Xserve server with a genlocked AJA Video Systems Kona LHi HD-SDI I/O card and three-way Raid 0 per HD output running Virtual VTR (VVTR) software runs and locks each screens’ content to the incoming show timecode—five for the front projection and one for the circle screen. “All content was rendered in the final 8,560x1,620 high output resolution as TIFF stacks, a discreet image file per frame,” says Richard Turner, screens technical director for the ...

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