Creatives can now build environments with more particles, effects, and richer scenes at higher resolutions, and smoother frame-rates than ever before.
Next generation playback with 2x 4K outputs, which are also 10-bit capable of pushing 38,433 Notchmarks, the gx 2c provides a large step up in terms of capabilities to enable the latest in xR workflows.
Capture up to two 4K sources at 60fps (2160p60); or up to eight 3G-SDI sources at 60fps (1080p60).
The inputs are also 10-bit capable, with the same low latency as existing disguise pro and gx range machines.
4TB NVMe drive fitted freeing creatives to work with higher quality codecs, including support for NotchLC.
The gx 2c supports 10-bit content playback and 10-bit displays. As the industry adopts 10-bit display products, 10-bit content pipelines and more dynamic shows, the gx 2c has been future proofed for the shows of tomorrow.
Supports HDR content and provides a means of applying colour profiles. Consisting of a colour space and a gamma curve, users can set a colour profile to their content, or capture live video from HDR cameras and disguise performs a real-time conversion to the HDR display device - even changing between HDR standards.
The workstation grade GPUs in all gx range machines allows users to genlock machines to form a bigger media server system with many servers working as one.
2x 10GbE network ports enabling fast content transfer.
The gx 2c ships with two HDMI 2.0 VFC output cards by default to drive 2x 4K outputs from one machine.
The swappable VFC technology future proofs the investment as users can output DisplayPort, Quad-DVI, Quad-SDI, or HDMI by fitting the optional VFC cards, as well as mixing signal formats and resolution types in the same project.