User Guide MCM-400 HFR
- Release date:
- 12 May 2016
The MCM-400 HFR serves as input processor on Barco's Galaxy/HDQ 4K series projectors allowing geometry correction, color correction, brightness monitoring and electronic blending . By using a real-time on-screen user interface, the MCM-400 HFR helps achieve the performance known from Barco’s higher end 4K simulation projectors. In this way, this box enables several multi-channel configurations with multiple 4K projectors.
The MCM-400 HFR handles both mono and stereo sources up to 60 Hz. Native 4K Active or passive stereo sources are converted into an active flicker-free stereo signal up to 120 Hz.
Four DisplayPort inputs allow 4K sources to be connected in 4 quadrants of 2048 by 1080 pixels, or two columns of 2048 by 2160 pixels, which simplifies pre-view capabilities. Both mono (including encrypted HDCP content) and stereo sources are shown synchronously with the input, at a minimum delay.
The MCM-400 HFR can be controlled by means of an IR remote with an on-screen menu, or through IP. The latter allows easy integration with touch panels for convenient source switching and different geometry files.
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