All-Round Frame Synchronizer -- The FA-1010 is a frame synchronizer equipped with the various functions you need for video production and that enables multi-channel routing (10 video inputs and 10 video outputs). It supports 3G-SDI and HD/SD-SDI input/output as standard and naturally includes all the typical features of a frame synchronizer as well as a color corrector (standard) enabling the conversion of a variety of video signals. For audio signal processing, it is highly versatile with delay adjustment and remapping functions plus a sampling rate converter. By combining these varied options, a single unit can provide the optimal functionality for all video production scenes, including transmission, outside broadcasting, news reporting, production, editing and distribution.
10 3G/HD/SD-SDI Inputs/Outputs
10 SDI inputs have been included in the standard configuration. For SDI input, signals are synchronized independently in the FA-1010, so during switchover there is no shock even if asynchronous signals are input; that means a clean switch in both video and audio. By combining an error detection function with the clean switch function, you can achieve high-grade changeover. An I/O bypass function has also been provided in case power is cut or there is an emergency.
Digital Audio I/O
For embedded audio, there are 16 channels per 3G/HD-SDI synchronous/asynchronous input, and there are 12 channels per synchronous input in SD-SDI. That means support for up to 160 channels with all 10 inputs. Many types of signal processing are possible, including SDI embedding and de-embedding, and if an optional expansion card is installed, A/D and D/A conversions are also possible, thus flexibly supporting even multi-channel audio content. Additionally, individual sampling rate converters are provided. Signal processing without any phase gap between channels is possible for such processes as delay adjustment, level adjustment, down-mixing and remapping. Also, users needn’t worry about ancillary data being erased such as subtitles and time code due to signal processing.