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The Ultimatte 11 HD/SD is the next generation, multi-definition, blue/green screen, compositing device. If your studio is set up for HD or SD, or you are planning to change from SD to HD, the Ultimatte 11 HD/SD is the perfect real-time compositing device at the right price.
The Ultimatte 11 HD/SD has been designed to address the needs of virtual studios. With enhanced Matte controls, streamlined Ambiance controls, in addition to complete FG and BG RGB color controls, the Ultimatte 11 HD/SD “places” the FG subject in the new environment in a very natural and realistic way.
The Ultimatte 11 operates with SD and HD 4:2:2 formats. The unit is automatically configured to the format of the signal connected to Input 1. (You cannot, however, mix HD and SD signals.)
Enhanced Matte Controls
The Ultimatte 11 incorporates modified matte algorithms to extend the ability of accurately separating the FG subject from the backing.
Matte Correction and Sizing
In addition to standard Matte Sizing, the Ultimatte 11 incorporates Matte Correction, which analyzes all matte transitions, and applies the appropriate amount of correction to the transitions which need modification.
With Indirect and Direct lighting features, the Ambiance controls in the Ultimatte 11 allow the “lighting” and the colors of the new background to have a subtle or a strong impact on the brightness and colors of the FG subject. Ambiance allows the FG subject to be more naturally and realistically placed in its new environment.
The Ultimatte 11 has four inputs with active loop outputs. The user can assign which of these inputs to be the Foreground, the Background or the external Matte.
Dual External Mattes
The Ultimatte 11 allows the user to input two external Mattes (4:0:0) simultaneously, and assign how each of these mattes will be used. One external Matte could be used as a garbage matte (force BG), while the second external Matte could be used as a holdout matte (force FG). Alternately, both external Mattes can be multiplexed into one signal (4:4), thus utilizing the full bandwidth of the SDI signal.
In addition to the two FG+BG outputs and the Matte output, the Ultimatte 11 has a Monitor output. This output allows the user to view different stages of the compositing process [FG+BG, FG, BG, Combined Matte, Internal Matte, PRFG (processed FG)] without changing the viewed images on the FG+BG and the Matte outputs. The Monitor output can also be used as a “talent monitor” output, where the viewed image can be mirrored (horizontally) to allow the talent to interact with the new background in
a more “natural” way.
Remote Control for Ultimatte. The Smart Remote 4 controls up to 8 unit id numbers of Ultimatte-12 via Ethernet or up to 8 unit id numbers of Ultimatte-11/Ultimatte-500 via RS485. Its larger display area and adjustable stand, along with brightness controls for both display and button illuminations, makes the operation user-friendly. With "Monitor Out Views" accessible from every menu, Smart Remote 4 provides the fastest and easiest navigation for every operator.
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