We start by using one of our professional players.
We play each video frame/field depending on source media and format. We can handle all known Video Floppy disk formats; PAL b/g, NTSC and SECAM.
To get the best video quality with less interference and no color-bleeding, we use component the R(ed), G(reen), B(lue) plus sync output signals.
The same goes (of course) for the input signals.
To stabilize the video-signal we first use a Genlock sigal thrugh out the system and finally we use TBC (Time Base Correction) to make the video frame steady as a rock.
After the video signal is stabilized we put it into a framebuffer to process the image. We clean up noise and other disorders before we sends the signal to the next step.
In this step we enlarge the video frame into a progressive Full-HD 1080P signal using a state-of-the-art video scaler.
In this final step we feed the Full-HD signal into a professional video grabber and transfer it into a server via a USB 3 cable.