Videos

VideosWelcome to the Crystal Vision videos page where you can find our recent videos.

If you're thinking of buying a Crystal Vision product, these video demos will show you exactly what you can achieve, including walking you through each of the controls on our PC software.

 

Crystal Vision's flexible approach to creating IP products

Giving a tour of the IBC 2016 stand (including the launch of the industry's most sophisticated frame system, Vision 3), MD Philip Scofield explains Crystal Vision's very flexible approach to creating video over IP products with the image processing carried out in software....

 

How to get a great live chroma key in three minutes

Filmed on the Crystal Vision stand at IBC 2016, US Product Manager Chris McLendon shows you how easy it is to get a great live chroma key in just three minutes using the Safire 3 real-time chroma keyer, using a combination of the auto setup and clever features such as lighting compensation...

Find out more about Safire 3...

 

SMPTE meeting video: Which standard should you use to pass media content over an IP system?

What is an IP world? This SMPTE UK meeting - hosted by Crystal Vision on 8th March 2016 - features a 20 minute explanation by our Principal Software Engineer/System Architect Richard Lawrence of the IP standards and issues, followed by a lively Q&A session. Interesting food for thought for those planning their future video over IP infrastructure...

 

LKEY-SQZ example scenes video demo

LKEY-SQZ is a unique product offering the highest quality picture squeeze and picture-in-picture effects combined with flexible keying. It's perfect for any applications where the programme needs to be resized or repositioned for another layer of video to be displayed. This video demo shows the eight example 'scenes' included within LKEY-SQZ, which can easily be edited to meet your application...

Find out more about LKEY-SQZ...

 

Up conversion comparison video

Up conversion comparison video

What does a good up converter look like? Crystal Vision's up conversion comparison video clearly shows the difference in output quality between its Up-Down 3G and a lower cost alternative. Download the minute-long video to see the difference for yourself, and you'll then understand why Up-Down 3G is the up/down/cross converter that broadcasters standardise on.

Download the up conversion comparison video (577 MB)...

 

VisionWeb Control video demo

Product Manager Andrew King demonstrates VisionWeb Control: the new, easy and free-of-way charge way to operate Crystal Vision products using a web browser running on any device. The six minute video shows how the browser's Bookmarks and Favourites can make it really easy to navigate between frames and boards...

Find out more about VisionWeb Control...

 

Safire 3 video demo

Broadcasters everywhere use the Safire 3 real-time chroma keyer to create impressive live virtual productions. The only standalone chroma keyer for 1080p, Safire 3 works with HD and SD too, and includes many powerful features including colour correction and video delay. This ten minute video demonstrates that Safire 3 is a pleasure to operate...

Find out more about Safire 3...

 

TANDEM 310 video demo

It can embed and de-embed a mixture of up to four groups of AES and two groups of analogue audio at the same time - with the option of decoding Dolby E. Discover how to get the most from the TANDEM 310 audio embedder/de-embedder by watching the ten minute video demo...

Find out more about TANDEM 310...

 

MultiLogo video demo

It's the most feature-packed, space saving and easy-to-use modular solution to HD or SD station branding. Discover how to get the most from the MultiLogo logo keyer by watching the ten minute video demo...

Find out more about MultiLogo...

 

Europe's largest video artwork

See how 44 of our ViViD HD-20 video delays are being used at Malmö C Nedre underground station in Sweden, where the “Elsewhere” video artwork projects 44 video sequences on to the concrete walls to give the impression of windows on a moving train. The HD delay is set to 12 seconds on each ViViD HD-20, with the signal daisy-chained through the delay lines to give the effect of movement...

Find out more about our video delays...