Picturall Ltd is gearing up for a busy ISE 2016. At this year's show, we will be presenting a renewed range of media servers named Mark 2. The new lineup includes a completely new incarnations of Picturall's media servers, the all-new Picturall Duo media server as well as a ton of hardware improvements and new features. In addition to our own displays, you can also witness Picturall products in action on the Mitsubishi stand where the Japanese electronics giant has elected to use a Picturall Octo server to run a number of screens on their stand, and on the Barco stand where a Picturall Hiisi media player will be running uncompressed 4K video.
First launched in 2009, Picturall's flagship server Octo was the first media server in the world to have eight physical dual link DVI outputs, ten optional Full HD inputs and to fully control sixteen Full HD displays. Still going strong at the heart of the Picturall range, the latest incarnation of Octo showing at ISE raises the bar still higher with up to sixteen physical outputs (DP 1.2/HDMI/Dual DVI) and the ability to play back sixteen Full HD video layers. It is also the first media server in the world to play back 8K resolution media – yes, that’s right, a 33.3megapixel media file played back in a single layer by one box, and that’s just the start…
The unit also features 48 media layers with position, scaling, rotation, colour correction, effects and alpha channel along with a cutting edge effects generator for all the effects you need and then some. Like all Picturall media servers, Octo runs on the rock-solid Linux operating platform for the ultimate in reliability and ease of use.
Remote control is offered via Picturall Commander which comes free of charge with all Picturall media servers. Running on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux, Picturall Commander is extremely easy to install, use and remove. The efficiently designed user interface provides an abundant range of display and layer controls that enable display grouping, mirroring, warping, colour correction and the use of dozens of draw modes and effects. It also includes a cue system for programming and timing your show. Alternatively, the device may be controlled via software such as 42 CONTROLS, DMX, ArtNet and TCP/IP.
For more information, please visit www.picturall.com or come and see us at ISE (February 9th - 12th) on the Videlco stand, Hall 4, stand 56. For free admission, please use this registration code: 381376.