Vision Mixing and the Electrocraft Range

Attew, Jim
March 1987
Image Technology;Mar1987, Vol. 69 Issue 3, p98
Trade Publication
The article discusses the design of electrocraft range of vision mixers as a video equipment. The mixers include composite and component units including video input, digital manipulation techniques, manual and automatic features and Down Stream Keyer. The article presents a design for both composite and component mixers which is small but comprehensive, flexible for more inputs and incorporated with many features that can be used for vision mixing.


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