Good news for ZeeVee, Inc. ecosystem integrators, consultants, distributors and end-users wanting to learn more about advancing imaging capabilities, including how to address elaborate multiview and video wall requirements.
On Thursday, August 27, ZeeVee will present another episode of its SIGNAL Session webinar series. It will provide a technical dive into how ZyPer4K (SDVoE) and ZyPerUHD (JPEG2000) AVoIP encoders and decoders, as well as the ZyPer Management Platform, work together to enable eye-popping multiviews, blended projection images and video walls.
The program, to be led by ZeeVee’s Director of Product Management Art Weeks, will allow participants to learn how easily this can be done – saving integrators and end-users significant time and money in system design and installation. Attendees will also earn 1.0 AVIXA CTS credit.
“We will discuss many advanced imaging capabilities including multiview, one of the most powerful, yet underused, tools available in our ZeeVee ZyPer4K products,” said Weeks. “As a key differentiator of our AVoIP offerings, we want to make sure its benefits are fully understood so that these components can be most effectively deployed for a wide range of applications. In fact, we’ll share how one integrator recently built a system with more than140 multiviews for a very appreciative customer.”
Among the many benefits ZyPer4K delivers compared to traditional matrix switch solutions is the ability to create multiviews and video walls without additional hardware. In addition, support of genlock and frame sync for video projection enables content to be easily placed and moved to different locations on a video wall for virtually endless visual possibilities. Projector edge blending, which enables multiple projectors to each display a portion of an image creating a seamless single large image, will also be covered.
The ZeeVee SIGNAL Sessions webinar series provides best practices for signal distribution technologies, product information and case studies of successful AV projects. Registration for the August 27 SIGNAL Session, as well as additional upcoming events, can be found at this link.