Analog Way Vertige controller increases support
Analog Way has announced that the upcoming version of their Vertige show controller will support matrix routers and external IP devices.
The Vertige (VRC300) remote console will control upstream matrix routers including Extron, Lightware, Kramer and Blackmagic Design. When a matrix router is not available, Analog Way can generate a custom descriptor that can be imported through USB.
The console allows dynamic routing of video signals to LiveCore devices’ inputs according to screen content. It will additionally feature the configuration and control of the confidence screens.
The operation environment is enlarged to remote control of external IP devices. By pressing a user key button on the front panel, users can perform standard operations on external IP devices. For matrix routers, the library of external IP devices can be easily extended without upgrades.
The V03 firmware version of the Vertige will support LiveCore features including 4K inputs, Layer Cut & Fill, advanced layer management, and monitoring widget layout customization and be released in Q1 of next year.
Analog Way will showcase the Vertige at ISE in Amsterdam from February 9 to 12, 2016 at hall 1, stand N32.