The ClipRecorder-Light now can store and record both HD and SD SDI video with six-channel AES /embedded audio. The internal SCSI disk array can be enlarged up to 2 or 4TB. The entry-level model with 66 min HD 1080p25 or 330 min SD 625i50 lists for Euro 15,000--and is available immediately.
DVC has also announced ClipRecorderXTreme, its new top model. ClipRecorderXTreme will feature the new XENA2 (former KONA2 uncompressed multistandard I/O boards. As a result all models of ClipRecorderXTreme have Dual-Link HD, HD, and SD input and outputs with 8- or 10-bit, and the option to operate in 4:2:2 or 4:4:4 modes. In addition an analog component output with 12 bit D/A conversion is available. With the XENA2 I/O channel hardware up- and down conversion from HD to SD and vice versa will be supported. The new server platform used for ClipRecorderXTreme allows the use of multiple XENA I/O boards and thereby provides a true multistandard multi-channel device.
Further highlights of ClipRecorderXTreme are Dual XEON processors up to 3.6GHz, up to 16GB RAM, and PCI-Express high-end graphics. The disk array is based on approved and reliable SCSI technology and can be expanded up to 6TB. Additionally a Quad-Fibre-Controller for SAN-connection will be an option. Furthermore ClipRecorderXTreme comes with the Drastic MediaReactor file converter, transcoder and encoder and the IRIDAS FrameCycler Player software.