This device lets you watch different videos on the same screen at the same time.
You can switch between the two videos and make them bigger or smaller on the screen. It works with different types of video signals and can be controlled with buttons or a remote. It features DVI-I connectors that allow you to input different types of video signals with DVI adapters.Click on the picture to see a higher resolution picture.
See a short video of the IT-C2-750 which shows two video sources going to one display and the versatility of using our DVI-I adapters to input/output various video formats - see our description of functionality below. The video can also be seen full-screen.
See the full Product Video on YouTube.
This Dual DVI Scaler PLUS has two high quality graphic scalers with switching capability and can be used to scale/convert digital DVI-D or analog DVI-A signals to another format with full CORIO2 picture-in-picture (PIP) flexibility.
The CORIO®2 Dual Video Switcher and Scaler (1T-C2-750) has two DVI-I connectors for video input and a single DVI-I connector for video output. It allows you to switch and scale two signals, either analog and/or digital to an analog or digital signal. The two video input signals can be viewed individually or simultaneously, either side-by-side or custom picture-in-picture (PIP) views with the built-in CORIO®2 Tools. The unit ships with a DVI-I to HDMI adapter
and can be controlled with an external serial controller, an optional remote control, or the front panel buttons.
There are two DVI-I connectors for analog or digital video input. The optional DVI-I adapters allow you to input analog signals (such as VGA, YPbPr, and YUV) or digital signals (such as DVI-D and HDMI) and output to a display that supports digital video inputs on a DVI-D connector or on an HDMI connector or to a display that support analog video input.
Dual PIP DVI-I Scaler with Key, Mix and Seamless Switching. Maximum resolution is 1920x1200 @60 Hz and 1080p60.
- Dual DVI-I inputs for switching and scaling two analog and/or digital signals. The DVI-I inputs allow for input of analog signals from a VGA, or component video sources, such as RGsB, RGBS, YUV, and YPbPr) on either DVI-I connector. The DVI-I inputs also allow for input of digital signals on either DVI-I input connector, such as a digital DVI-D or from HDMI sources, with the DVI-I to HDMI adapter.