Boulder Imaging announces Quazar 4.1 software
Boulder Imaging has released version 4.1 of its Quazar high performance digital video recording (HPDVR) platform.
HPDVR Release Focuses on the Expansion of Video Production Hardware Performance and Display Capabilities
Boulder Imaging (Boulder, CO, USA) has released version 4.1 of its Quazar high performance digital video recording (HPDVR) platform. Based upon customer requirements, version 4.1 is packed with eight new capabilities to provide a more optimized user experience than its 4.0 predecessor.
Quazar 4.1 offers a number of new features and functions including advanced de-interlacing; per-input and global timestamp offset and overlays; secure export for “peace of mind” sharing of recording data; complete recording destination customization with built-in metadata to automatically create custom file names, directory structures, and recording destination options to define the directory structure and file name; global settings to allow for customization of Quazar options and the ability to have them populated across all of the system’s users; post processing enhancements including the ability to accurately display high-speed video frame numbers so the operator can catch the action in just the right spot. There are also quick keys for marking in and out points in the timeline for easy and accurate post-processing editing; Intel Nehalem architecture support that allows for simultaneous multi-threading for remarkable processing power; and expanded video output support for up to eight independent monitor outputs.
SOURCE: Boulder Imaging
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