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AMX Delivers New H.264 Windowing Processor with Support for Nine Sources
Posted on Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Beautifully Arrange Nine Sources into a Single Viewing Window over a Standard Data Network

ORLANDO, FL – June 17, 2015 – At InfoComm 2015, AMX®, a member of the HARMAN professional family, announced the new SVSI NMX-WP-N3510 H.264 Multi-Channel Windowing Processor. This rack-mount appliance accepts up to nine video streams as inputs from SVSI N3000 Series H.264 Encoders (or other third-party main- or high-profile H.264 streams) and outputs one windowed HD video stream for local viewing through an HDMI port or in streaming format to a remote hardware or software decoder.

The combined IP video stream transports H.264 compressed 1080p60 video providing an IT friendly solution for media distribution on the existing network. Digital signage, TV and PC content can be delivered in any combination for viewing on a single large display or a video wall through SVSI N3000 Decoders.

With the SVSI NMX-WP-N3510 H.264 Multi-Channel Windowing Processor, image configuration can be adjusted dynamically through a simple-to-use web interface. Images can be cropped, scaled, and positioned according to the stored presets or in any user-defined configuration. The web interface allows the user to position and stretch windows through drag-and-drop/resize or directly setting values. Common tools like "Snap & Grid" are available to help align window edges. Borders, backgrounds, presets, text overlays, mode and input streams can also be manipulated. A variety of presets make it easy to change the image configuration on the fly allowing seamless switching between presets and seamless switching between video steams within a preset. Just like the SVSI NMX-WP-N2510 Multi-Channel Windowing Processor, the SVSI N-3510 can be stacked to window more than nine H.264 streams to a single display.

"The new NMX-WP-N3510 realizes the true potential of networked media in that high-fidelity multi-channel video can be propagated, windowed, and re-distributed down ubiquitous gigabit networks with very little impact on bandwidth," said Kevin Deasy, VP of Marketing, AMX SVSI. "This appliance is perfect for applications like digital signage, emergency operations centers, security, and hospitality."