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FOR-A to Introduce New 4K Frame Rate Converter at IBC

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FOR-A's new FRC-9000.
FOR-A’s new FRC-9000.
FOR-A announced that it will introduce its new FRC-9000 4K frame rate converter at IBC 2014, Sept. 12-16 in Amsterdam.
Featuring FOR-A’s enhanced motion compensated frame rate conversion technology, the FRC-9000 is ideal for live transmission use. The unit can be used as a 2 X HD/SD-SDI frame rate converter, offering 3G/HD/SD multi-format support up to 4K resolution.

The frame rate converter includes up, down and cross conversion, automatic scene cut detection for simple processing of scene changes, adaptive interlace-to-progressive conversion, detection of 24 effective frames in 2:3 pulldown-converted 60I/P material, and detailed level setup. The FRC-9000 features an easy-to-use front panel touch screen and Web browser control, giving users the option to remotely control the unit. It also offers Dolby E support.

“The FRC-8000 has proven to be successful for broadcasting, sports and live applications,” said Hiro Tanoue, general manager of overseas sales and marketing, FOR-A. “With its state-of-the-art motion compensated frame rate technology, FOR-A anticipates the new FRC-9000 to be a popular unit.”

FOR-A will also display its FRC Export Plug-in file-based video format converter at its IBC booth, (Hall 2, Stand A51). First introduced earlier this year at NAB, the FRC Export Plug-in is a high-quality video format converter/MXF exporter plug-in software for Adobe Premiere Pro CC/CS6 Windows that includes both vector motion compensation and linear compensation conversion.

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