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Alcorn McBride

Alcorn was featuring three products at NAB this year. The SetPlayer SP1000 is a robust, economical HD video clip player with no moving parts. It even works with your existing VDCP control systems. The SetPlayer 1000 provides on-demand solid state video clip playback in 1RU. It's ideal for seamlessly looping logos or scenes on on-set monitors. Clips are stored on CompactFlash; just copy them directly to the CF card, transfer them using a USB flash drive, or upload them via Ethernet. The unit offers a variety of playback options, supporting the most popular audio/video encoding standards including MPEG2, H.264 and VC-1. With a 1080i output and 40 Mbps maximum bitrate, video quality is superb. The SetPlayer is designed with no moving parts to provide reliable playback every time.

TheSetPlayer SP8000 is a multi-channel video clip player, offering up to 8 channels of high-definition video in only 3 rack units. It's ideal for seamlessly looping logos or scenes on on-set monitors. All channels are synchronized with each other without the need for complex a control solution. Use your existing VDCP controller and Genlock to house sync. Video clips are stored on CompactFlash cards, which means no moving parts and hours of playback time. The SetPlayer is designed to be an easy, reliable, and economical solution for on-set video.

Alcorn also released MediaFlow as a workflow solution to encode source material and transfer it to your Alcorn McBride unit(s). MediaFlow software is preconfigured to produce video 100% compatible with Alcorn McBride products. It steps you through the process and quickly readies your content for use. After your material is encoded, MediaFlow's built-in FTP capability can automatically transfer files to your Ethernet enabled device. It accepts all the major video formats and outputs H.264 or MPEG2 video (MPEG or AAC audio). MediaFlow supports PAL and NTSC. MediaFlow does not currently support Dolby Digital (AC3) multiplexing. For a free trial version of MediaFlow, please visit their Softwarepage.

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Alcorn McBride

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The engineers at Alcorn McBride were please to introduce the SetPlayer SP8000 which supports up to 8 channels of synchronized high-definition video playback in a 3U package and with all of the features you need to control playback from a centralized location. These control methods include : RS-232, VDCP (Louth), GPIO, Ethernet & SMPTE. If you don’t require an 8-channel playback device – check out the SetPlayer SP1000, the single channel version of the same product.

Alcorn McBride

This year’s NAB show saw Alcorn McBride rolling out upgrades to their SetPlayer line.

The new MediaFlow simple encoding software is preconfigured to produce video 100% compatible with Alcorn McBride products. It steps you through the process and quickly readies your content for use. After your material is encoded, MediaFlow’s built-in FTP capability can automatically transfer files to your device (SP1000). It accepts all of the major video formats and outputs H. 264 or MPEG2 video (MPEG or AAC audio). MediaFlow supports PAL and NTSC.

Visit www.alcorn.com to learn more.

Alcorn McBride

AV-binloopHD_ObliqueThere were no lighting products in the Alcorn McBride booth at NAB this year. They were, however, showcasing their new Binloop Video Playback which has been upgraded with two channels of 4K video or 8 channels of full HD.

The A/V Binloop HD provides up to 8 HD channels (or 2 UltraHD) of synchronous or asynchronous video and 16 tracks of 16-bit audio in a small form factor. It can be used as an A/V source for one show or for an entire building. It can playback MPEG2 or MPEG-4/h.264 video at bitrates up to 40 Mb per second and at resolutions up to 3840 x 2160.

The A/V Binloop HD is perfect for video wall applications. Unlike most commercial video devices, the A/V Binloop HD provides a full HD video source to each screen. This eliminates the loss of quality due to stretching commonly seen in traditional video wall controllers. For large applications, it's easy to sync multiple units and the content can be managed via Ethernet.

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Alcorn McBride

Barbizon NAB 2015 - Alcorn AMI:OAlcorn provides a wide range of audio, video storage, and a wide-range of controls to trigger media or other show control elements. At NAB they showed the AMI/IO that is an easy way to connect large amounts of field I/O with a single Ethernet cable.

Available in multiple configurations, AMI/O is a flexible option for quickly adding inputs and outputs. AMI/O is a distributed I/O solution allowing you to connect large amounts of field I/O with a single Ethernet cable. The great part is that Alcon's Pro Series line of controllers treat remote AMI/O just like local I/O for seamless system integration. AMI/O has a sleek form factor and is DIN-rail mountable. With spring-loaded terminals, wiring is easy and secure.

This tool makes control of themed-environment a lot easier bacause they can all be landed in one place and sent back to the main system.

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Alcorn McBride

Alcorn McBride Ride PlayerAlcorn McBride is a world leader in audio, video, lighting and show control products for themed entertainment.

New to their Show Control lineup is the RidePlayer. The RidePlayer provides a solution to many of the multi-control challenges of vehicle-based show control attractions. The RidePlayer offers the ability to precisely synchronize onboard audio with wayside audio, video, lighting, animatronics and other show control necessities. Alcorn McBride uses a state of the art synchronization system that uses several methods, including GPS, SMPTE, Video Genlock, IEEE-1588 and others, to maintain a lock between onboard and wayside systems.

The primary purpose of the RidePlayer is to provide high-quality audio playback so it offers up to 16 outputs of 24-bit 96kHz audio with the ability to route, mix and crossfade tracks.

The RidePlayer will be available in the 2nd Quarter of 2017.

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Altman

Altman is pleased to offer a new Ellipsoidal called the Phoenix. This line will eventually take the place of the Shakespeare line of ellipsoidal. It is compatible with a GLA, or HPL 375, 575 or 750 watt lamp. You choose lamp type when ordering. It also has a 360 degree rotating barrel, locking shutters and gobo, tool-free interchangeable lens barrels. Barrels will be available in 5, 10, 19, 26, 36 and 50. The 5 and 10 degree barrel will not be available at first release, which is 1 qtr 2012, but Shakespeare barrels will work in the fixture. It has very little light leak and also accepts a Sea Changer. The fixture ships with color frame and c-clamp.

Altman also showed the Spectra Strip. This is a low profile LED strip light. Available in 2’ / 200W, 4’ / 400W and 6’ / 600W models. There are 4 light cells in the 2’model, 8 cells in the 4’ and 12 cells in the 6’. Each cell is a 50w RGBA color mixing or 3000K high CRI White light LED engine. The strip can be customized to any combination of RGB or white light cells you would like. Each cell can be individually filtered, lensed or diffused using the filter slots provided. It has Powercon and DMX in and through. It can be pipe mounted and floor mounted and can be considered an LED replacement for traditional theatrical strip lights, cyc lights or border lights.

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Altman Lighting

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Altman Lighting used this year’s LDI to show products that build not only on the success of recent years, but also on the long history of the company. Altman has entered the theatrical LED world with both feet, enjoying great success with their Spectra-Par and Spectra-Cyc fixtures. This year’s booth showed off the lighter and smaller Spectra Star Par, as well as an outdoor entry into the cyc light market, the Outdoor Spectra Cyc. But the real meat of development in the Altman booth was tucked away at the bottom of the cyc – the Spectra Strip. Built on the form factor of the venerable mini-strip, the Spectra-Strip offers multiple options in lighting the bottom of a cyclorama. The unit is available in RGBA,RGBAW, or in variations by individual cell. For example, in a 3-cell unit, you could have two cells of RGBA with on cell of all-white LEDs, allowing for more careful modeling of certain colors. You could have one cell of color with two cells of white for orchestra downlights. You could have three cells of white light and just add gel like you’ve always done. The folks at Altman haven’t locked users into any one way of lighting with this instrument, they’ve just added flexibility and efficiency to the fixtures people are accustomed to working with already.

Also seen on the standwas the The SPECTRA UV 30.This isa 30 Watt UV luminaire utilizing high performanceand long life UV-A emitters. The Spectra UV 30 is designed with three LED cells on three independent DMX channel’’s for intensity control. The LED cells can be individually focused and the interchangeable yoke allows for vertical or horizontal alignment of the LED cells. An on board multi-voltage power supply allows for direct power & data connection as well as feed thru capabilities. The SPECTRA UV 30 is compatible with both DMX & RDM protocols and comes complete with a library of pre- programmed fades, strobes as well as manual intensity controls. Shows and addressing are accessed via the push button display.[gallery]

Altman Lighting

Altman Lighting introduced a 50W and 200W cyc to their full Spectra Cyc range, as well as a recessed version of the Chalice house light. Both units are available in 4 standard configurations: RGBA, RGBW, 3000K, 3000K-6000K tunable white.

Also in the booth were the new LED Spectra Cubes, which are a 50W wall wash luminaire utilizing red, green, blue and amber or white LED emitters. Designed for use on 4’ centers, individual units can be linked side by side for greater saturation of light. All models have a double yoke for floor use or can be hung via a C-clamp or track mount applications.

The Chalice house lights are controlled via DMX or can plug straight into your current dimming system with its phase control option. It has around 40 3W LEDs making its light output equivalent of a 575W fixture.

Altman Lighting

Altman-LED-PhoenixWinner of the PLASA 2013 member's choice award for best equipment, Altman Lighting's Phoenix LED is a 250w LED sourced profile spot fixture designed for long throw theatrical, architectural, house of worship and film/TV applications.

The Phoenix LED profile spot is available in 3000k white, RGBA, RGBW and 5600k white array options for maximum design flexibility. At only 250w this energy efficient fixture is designed to replace your standard 750w incandescent source seamlessly with no bench focusing required.

Phoenix LED is available in various lens options including 5°, 10°, 19°, 26°, 36° and 50° with your choice of a 19°, 26°, 36° or 50° lens barrel included with the fixture standard along with c-clamp, safety cable and color frame at no additional cost. Like its incandescent counterpart the Altman Phoenix LED profile spot features locking shutters, a fully enclosed accessory holder and a 360° rotating barrel for those difficult to achieve focus angles.

Phoenix LED offers both powerCON in/out feed thru as well as DMX in/out. The fixture further uses an autosensing 100-240v 50/60 Hz power supply suitable for global use and features bidirectional RDM communication.



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