Leader to launch multi-standard waveform monitor at IBC 2019

Leader has unveiled its LV5900 HD/4K/8K multiscreen waveform monitor to the European market, housed in a half rack width by 4U portable unit with a 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution 9-in monitor.

The LV5900 is compatible with the SMPTE ST2082-12 standard, receiving 8K images via 12G-SDI quad link, featuring measurement capabilities including video signal waveform display, vector display, picture display, eye pattern display, five-bar display, CIE chromaticity display, freeze error detection, black error detection and gamut error detection. 

Up to four inputs can be displayed simultaneously in user-defined configurations, with the option of one input signal able to be displayed on multiple screens.

Status display allows users to check the status of errors or compile a record of events along a user-definable timeline.

Users can also graphically check the phase difference and sync status of incoming SDI video based on the external reference sync signal.

HDR support is also provided for HLG, Dolby PQ, S-Log3, C-Log, Log-C and OOTF.

The brightness of the HDR area is displayed by rendering the SDR area in monochrome and the HDR area in a brightness-dependent colour.

Eye pattern and jitter can also be displayed on SDI signals from HD-SDI up to 12G-SDI, with the measured values able to be measured automatically or under cursor control, with the histogram able to be superimposed and displayed on the pattern display.

The LV5900 can decode and display subtitles superimposed on SDI signals, including CEA-608, CEA-708 closed captions and Teletext OP47 subtitles.

Patterns can be output in a variety of forms, including HD multi-format colour bars, 4K multi-format colour bars and HDR colour bars.

Audio to SDI embedding is featured, an external input for MADI audio signals, level meter display, loudness display, mute and clip error detection, with detected errors able to be recorded as an event log.

A screen capture function is included to capture the display screen as still image data, with a frame capture function available to capture frames including blanking periods.

Frame capture data can also be checked on a PC and searched for errors using the frame capture viewer, with a time code able to be superimposed on the SDI signal and used to timestamp logged events.

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