The control user interface of the DVI converter works with standard USB and Ethernet ports. Generally, it is a sturdy device that performs well in temperatures averaging 70 degrees C. The converter is also compatible with the single link or dual-link DVI cable. The common models are designed to support multiple single and dual link cables.
The converter functions with an internal board that has been programmed with multiple helpful functions. And it ships with a user manual. Alternatively, the support brochure can be downloaded online to find relevant information needed to maximize the use of this electronic device. Before using online manuals, it is best to ensure the downloaded file is for the model to be used.
Extensive configuration settings
The multiple functions that can be done with the DVI converter are possible because of the configuration settings available. These settings can be used to control features such as the input and output timing, selecting or adjusting border colors, image editing, and scaling videos to define the focus needed for a project.
Also, the vast configuration settings allow users to define the Area of Interest from the resolution on a monitor. This setting gives the user access to examine the video source and target the AOI more effectively.
Combining video feeds
DVI converters are designed to combine up to four video feeds. This is a unique and essential feature because it allows the user to achieve a maximum of 1080p resolution by combining different feeds. This is how users can observe the various sources of uncompressed digital video signals, which can then be highlighted and combined to achieve a better video stream.
This feature is used to create large-size visual displays in shopping malls, public, commercial buildings, and for advertisements. Also, outdoor cinemas and sport viewing centers use this technology to achieve bigger and more vivid displays to a large audience.
Video keying function
The DVI converter can perform video keying functions. This happens when videos are adjusted to make the visuals appear transparent. Video keying with the device is done by adjusting the color scheme for the video and the brightness settings. With the DVI converter, the digital video signal can be viewed on an analogue channel while video keying.
The device is ideal for people who would like to learn how to perform video keying on green screens or the Adobe Premiere Pro and other post video production apps available out there.
Editing images with DVI converter
A lot can be done to edit images with the DVI converter. The basics are quite easy to learn after reading the user manual. The editing functions can be used to set images with different backgrounds and adjust positions. The images can be flipped, reversed, to either direction, left, right, up, or down. Also, images can be rotated to achieve the desired goals. Rotation angles allowed range from 90 to 270 degrees.
Overall, the DVI converter has a responsive remote interface control system that can be used to adjust the output features and synchronization settings when necessary.