genlock


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genlock

(ˈdʒɛnˌlɒk)
n
(Photography) a method of synchronizing cameras by using an external signal
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Your reward will be video that behaves well in a broadcast environment, with genlock and advanced features such as the ability to set a minimum quality level, after which a still image replaces the video.
At the end of the search, the staff selected a new visualization system based around dual AMD Opteron 250 CPUs and NVIDIA Quadro FX professional graphics boards with G-sync genlock option boards.
Print To Video, converter w/ genlock & overlay TV Star, scan rate converter
The 120Hz screen update rate produced by the StereoGraphics hardware was not compatible with the VGX genlock input.
Planned accessories include an external floppy disk drive, trackball (infrared), joystick (infrared), MIDI in/our, a personal RAM or ROM card, genlock, keyboard, two player IR interface, a modem, and a printer.
Portable and genlock free, Ki Pro GO is the ideal workflow solution for live production scenarios including live events, concerts, sports stadiums, corporate, medical, on-set, and beyond.
Users can set up and make changes to access rights, video formats, genlock sources, input and output mapping, and other settings from any computer or device on their network--from anywhere.
I was hoping to find that the TC could possibly be used for Genlock in a multi-camera shoot, but I could find no confirmation of that capability.
It is also equipped with four bi-directional 3G/2K/HD/SD video connectors, a fifth BNC for SDI monitoring, as well as a sixth genlock BNC.
The Genlock feature allows movie sets to easily synchronize camera settings across multiple camcorders and SMPTE time-code in-and-out allow for streamlined tape and edit management.
"NVIDIA Quadro capabilities, like framelock, genlock, and multi-GPU, really set these solutions apart from anything else in the industry," said Mats W.
The NVIDIA Quadro FX 3000G, with genlock and framelock capabilities, is planned to be available with HP Workstations xw6000 and xw8000, and with HP's scalable visualization technology in Fall 2003 -- and from IBM by special order.